Netgear N750 wireless router and N900 video and gaming Wi-Fi adapter debuts

Netgear is on hand at IFA in Berlin this week, and the company has unveiled several new and interesting products. I already mentioned the new Powerline Music Extender that allows you to share audio and USB devices around the home via your power lines. Netgear also unveiled a new N750 wireless dual band and a new N900 video and gaming four-port Wi-Fi adapter.

The N750 offers 750 Mbps speeds for streaming HD video around the home and to support multiple player gaming. The fast data transfer speeds also make it much easier and quicker to transfer large files around the home network. The router also supports Netgear ReadyShare Cloud allowing you to access files at home via smartphones, tablets, or your PC wherever you may be.

The feature also allows users to drag-and-drop files and folders without using file sharing sites or having to upload files. The router is compatible with Apple Time Machine for automatic wireless backups to connected USB hard drives for Mac users. The other new device is the N900 video and gaming four-port Wi-Fi adapter.

This adapter can connect as many as four devices such as smart TVs, Blu-ray players, game consoles, and other devices to a wireless network at 450 Mbps speeds. When utilizing the adapter on a network that features a router supporting dual bands, the N900 will also support 5 GHz performance. The device allows users to wirelessly stream multiple 1080p HD videos in the home at the same time. The adapter is also optimized for buffer and glitch free HD streaming from online sites such as Netflix.