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Netgear debuts cool WNHDB3004 3DHD wireless home theater networking kit

Netgear debuts cool WNHDB3004 3DHD wireless home theater networking kit

I think most of us would rather go wireless with all of our gear than have to fight wires and cables assuming the wireless gear offered the same performance as our wired gear. Netgear is big in the home networking realm with all manner of gear for wired and wireless products. The company has unveiled a new line of gear that is specifically designed to allow for high-speed streaming of jitter-free 1080p HD video throughout the home wirelessly.

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NETGEAR ReadyNAS Ultra 2 and Plus Series Announced, DLNA Certification in Tow

NETGEAR ReadyNAS Ultra 2 and Plus Series Announced, DLNA Certification in Tow

If getting a multi-site backup software application wasn't enough, NETGEAR is continuing with their Friday announcement by unveiling new devices for their Ultra series of media streaming devices. The new devices are labeled as the world's fastest home media servers, and come packed with features that will make streaming media in your home easier, and more enjoyable.

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NETGEAR ReadyNAS Replicate Simplifies Multi-Site Backup, Available Now

NETGEAR ReadyNAS Replicate Simplifies Multi-Site Backup, Available Now

NETGEAR took some time out of their busy Friday mid-morning, and announced quite a few things. The first of which is the brand new NETGEAR ReadyNAS Replicate application software, which is designed specifically to help those in business and enterprise situations. As more and more data is transmitted every day, NETGEAR knew that there had to be a better solution for protecting it, backing it up, and having a way to recover important information when its needed. That's where the ReadyNAS Replicate comes in.

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Netgear Roku XD Player official for $89.99

Netgear Roku XD Player official for $89.99

Netgear already has its own range of media players, but the company has decided to take the easy route for Netflix support and rebadge one of Roku's well-esteemed models.  The Netgear Roku XD Player is, unsurprisingly, the Roku XD with some new labels, which means you get Netflix and Amazon Video on Demand support (with select 1080p HD content), integrated WiFi b/g/n and a straightforward remote control.

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Netgear NeoTV 550 HD network media player outed

Netgear NeoTV 550 HD network media player outed

Netgear has outed their latest HD-capable home media player, the Netgear NeoTV 550, together with a range of new HomePlug AV compliant Powerline adapters delivering up to (a theoretical) 500Mbps connection speeds.  The NeoTV 550 (NTV550) has HDMI, component and composite video outputs (together with analog and S/PDIF digital audio outputs) and can play local 1080p HD files on attached USB, eSATA or SD storage or stream from UPnP, DLNA or WMP11 network sources.  Meanwhile a second version, the NeoTV 350, swaps the eSATA for another USB port and has a more basic remote.

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Panasonic chooses Netgear to provide web access for Viera HDTVs

Panasonic chooses Netgear to provide web access for Viera HDTVs

Netgear and Panasonic have teamed up to provide owners of compatible Panasonic TVs access to online content wirelessly. Panasonic has named the Netgear N600 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter the only third-party brand to support Viera TVs.

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Netgear ReadyNAS Ultra 4 and Ultra 6: TiVo streaming, RAID and more

Netgear ReadyNAS Ultra 4 and Ultra 6: TiVo streaming, RAID and more

Netgear has outed a pair of new NAS boxes, the ReadyNAS Ultra 4 and ReadyNAS Ultra 6, packing up to 12TB of storage together with TiVo and Orb compatibility.  The new media functionality means that TiVo owners will be able to use the new ReadyNAS Ultra units to stream content stored on the mini-server, together with Orb and DLNA compliant kit.

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Netgear HD Home Theater Adapter & Ethernet Gaming adapter pack WiFi-N

Netgear HD Home Theater Adapter & Ethernet Gaming adapter pack WiFi-N

Netgear have outed two new wireless home networking products at CeBIT 2010 today, the High-Performance Wireless-N HD Home Theater Adapter (WNHDB3004) shown here, and the Ethernet to Wireless Adapter (WNCE2001) for easily bridging wired devices to a wireless network.  The Home Theater Adapter is apparently capable of supporting multiple simultaneous Full HD 1080p streams, and comes with pre-configured security settings so that, after a single button push, the two towers are linked.

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Netgear offers new ProSecure UTM 5 threat management system

Netgear offers new ProSecure UTM 5 threat management system

Network security is an important thing for small businesses and large businesses. Telecommuters that work from home and access corporate networks also need to be very security conscious. Most business level security and threat management appliances are very expensive putting them out of the reach of many people and companies. Netgear has unveiled a new device for network security called the ProSecure UTM 5 that is affordable.

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Netgear unveils new ProSafe 16-AP WMS5316 Wireless management System

Netgear unveils new ProSafe 16-AP WMS5316 Wireless management System

Wireless networks are great in most instances for consumers and they can be great things for businesses. A wireless network will let the business avoid the cost of running wires throughout the office and can be faster than a wired network too. The catch for businesses is that managing the wireless network can be a big hassle.

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Netgear Push2TV PVT1000 WiDi adapter gets official

Netgear Push2TV PVT1000 WiDi adapter gets official

Netgear have come clean with full details on their Push2TV adapter, the Netgear PVT1000, designed specifically to work with Intel's newly-announced WiDi Wireless Display technology.  Slightly larger than a deck of cards, the PVT1000 has just two outputs - HDMI and composite video - together with an internal WiFi connection.

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Intel WiDi debuts for HD-over-WiFi streaming; Netgear & Toshiba onboard

Intel WiDi debuts for HD-over-WiFi streaming; Netgear & Toshiba onboard

Intel have announced Intel Wireless Display or WiDi, a system for streaming high definition video content from your PC to an HDTV via your WiFi network.  Announced during Intel's CES 2010 keynote, WiDi requires a PC with a Core i3, i5 or i7 processor together with a standalone adapter box - priced at around $100, Intel reckon - which plugs into your HDTV via HDMI.  Intel demonstrated streaming Netflix from a laptop through WiDi to a TV display.

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