NETGEAR N600 Dual Band Wi-Fi DSL Modem Router ADSL2+ Gigabit Ethernet (DGND3700)

NETGEAR N600 Dual Band Wi-Fi ADSL (Non-Cable) Modem Router ADSL2+ Gigabit Ethernet (DGND3700)

  • Wireless N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit DSL Modem Router with WiFi Speeds up to 600 Mbps (300 + 300) is only compatible with DSL providers. This product is NOT compatible with cable providers such as Comcast
  • Works with ADSL Internet Service Providers like AT&T®, Verizon®, Qwest®, & CenturyLink(TM)
  • Does not support AT&T U-verse® and CenturyLink® VDSL
  • One (1) ADSL2+ port, Five (5) 10/100/1000 (1 WAN and 4 LAN) Gigabit Ethernet ports with auto-sensing technology
  • ReadySHARE USB – Easily share media stored on USB thumbdrives and hard drives with any DLNA device on your network

The NETGEAR N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL2+ Modem Router is the Ultimate Integrated DSL Networking Gateway. It offers concurrent dual band technology which avoids interference and ensures top speeds and the greatest range for demanding applications, such as streaming HD video and multiplayer gaming. Complete with a built-in DSL modem, it is compatible with all major DSL Internet service providers.; All-in-one-Built-in ADSL2+ modem and WAN Gigabit Ethernet port for cable/fiber combined wit

List Price: $ 188.49

Price: $ 179.00

HP Stream 8 Tablet 32GB Windows 8.1 Signature Edition + Office 365 Personal

  • 8-inch HD touchscreen 800×1280
  • Intel Atom processor Z3735G
  • 1GB memory/32GB SSD
  • Includes Office 365 Personal
  • 5MP rear facing camera

Full Stream ahead: Stay entertained and productive wherever you go with the pocket-sized HP Stream 8 Signature Edition tablet. It has plenty of speed and power to handle all your work and play, and is sleek, slim, and lightweight, making it a breeze to take everywhere you’re headed. Plus, the Stream 8 comes with a 1-year subscription to Office 365 Personal to keep you productive on the go, and also includes 200MB of T-Mobile 4G data per month for the life of the device.

List Price: $ 179.99


2 Comments/Reviews

  • M. Y. "Photographer | Outdoor Enthusiast ... says:
    962 of 999 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    [UPDATED w/ Stream 8] Great Windows tablet on a budget. Does nearly everything a full laptop can do, November 17, 2014

    I am an IT professional who deals with technology every day, and is very much into gadgets. Over the years, I have played with the HP TouchPad, Google Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Asus Transformer, iPad, Surface, and Surface 2. I now own the Surface Pro 3. Yes, I have used a lot of tablets — Apple iOS, Google Android, and Microsoft Windows 8. I’d like to preface that among all products, the Surface Pro 3 is my favorite for its versatility: tablet for play and consumption, laptop-like for work. Most importantly: it just plain works with the Windows ecosystem (hardware and software).

    HP Stream 7 is a surprisingly fluid Windows 8.1-based tablet that comes with a 1 year subscription to Office 365 Personal, a $69 value. More on that later. What makes it surprising is its performance for its price. (Note: I purchased this tablet from the Microsoft Store.)

    – Holds easily in the palm of my hand and in the back of my jeans pocket
    – A quite powerful Windows PC in the pocket of your pants!
    – Fluid performance of the Windows Store apps, helped by the Quad core processor
    – Traditional Windows app performance acceptable
    – Very inexpensive
    – Includes Office 365 Personal for a year ($70 value). Effectively making the tablet cost just $30! [EDIT 2/18/15: MS currently sells the Stream 7 for $75 – Office 365 Personal – $25 app store credit]
    – Runs the full Windows 8 OS (not the crippled “RT” version). This lets you install traditional programs like on a regular laptop
    – Can access every file share that a Windows tablet/PC can connect to
    – Beautiful, bright screen (1280×800 resolution)
    – Screen can be seen from any angle!
    – Has 32 GB storage, expandable by a microSD card (tested with 64GB card)
    – Throw standard movies/videos onto the storage or microSD card, and watch them on this tablet without any conversion necessary
    – Bluetooth and Wifi
    – Battery lasts as much as 8 hours [EDIT 2/18/15: I had to charge the tablet every day/every other day when it was not in Airplane mode]
    – Front and back cameras make video conferencing via Skype a possibility
    – Charges via standard microUSB port
    – microUSB port supports USB On-The-Go (OTG) cables. Allows you to connect hard drives, flash drives, memory card readers (for backing up your camera pictures). Can attach a USB hub to connect even more devices
    – Can run 2 Windows Store apps side-by-side
    – Plays videos (including Plex/Netflix) perfectly, including AVI, MKV, MP4, etc.
    – Despite having just 1GB RAM, I was pleased to be able to launch 8 Windows Store apps and easily switch between them
    – Supports Miracast wireless display casting (like Apple’s “AirPlay”, Samsung’s “AllCast”, Roku, etc). Allows you to project your tablet to a TV/projector — even use it as a second monitor. This was tested with the MS Wireless Display Adapter. This did not work with Fire TV mirroring
    – “Signature Edition” is available through the Microsoft Store. That version gives you the Stream 7 without any additional software added by HP
    – Supports Bluetooth keyboards and mice

    – At 0.8 lb, it feels heavy. Perhaps I got spoiled by the iPad Mini/Nexus 7/Surface 2, but its heft is noticeable
    – Speakers are loud enough in a room, but does not produce the best sound quality. What do you expect for a tablet at this price?
    – Only has 1GB of RAM although it has been able to perform acceptably
    – Although Miracast display mirroring works, it’s not as fluid as the $1500 Surface Pro 3
    – microSD card slot is accessible after opening the back cover
    – Spoiled by the Surface Pro 3, the tablet appears thick
    – There is no Charge indicator light. So, you have to turn on the tablet and look at the battery icon to see whether it is charging or full. Worse, connect a generic charger that may not provide enough power, and the icon shows that it’s charging, but… mouse over the system tray’s battery icon, and it shows “Connected, but not charging”. In other words, check that your non-HP charger works before you walk away
    – Only has 5-point multi-touch (Surface Pro 3/iPad do 10-point). With a tablet this size, 5-point works well enough
    – Typing on the on-screen keyboard was sometimes (not very often) laggy. Maybe I typed too fast.
    – “Signature Edition” is only available through the Microsoft Store
    – No GPS

    OFFICE 365 PERSONAL subscription (included for 1 year)
    – 1TB of OneDrive storage (Microsoft is upgrading this to UNLIMITED at no extra charge soon!)
    – Full copy of Office for 1 PC or Mac
    – Full copy of Office for tablets/phones (iPad, Android, Windows Phone)
    – 60 minutes of international Skype-to-phone calling
    – Worth $70/year
    – After the 1st year, you’ll have to renew the subscription, but with all the benefits listed above (especially the UNLIMITED cloud storage), I find this a…

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  • Lon J. Seidman "lon@" says:
    410 of 445 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Surprisingly capable for only $99 – Runs the full version of Windows, November 8, 2014

    Customer Video Review Length:: 7:03 Mins

    The prices of Windows devices continue to plunge! HP has just released this new 7 inch tablet that runs the full version of Windows 8.1.

    Build quality for the price is surprisingly good. HP managed to get a 7 inch IPS display built into the tablet and it feels solid overall.

    Performance is actually pretty decent. It has a quad core Intel Atom processor that delivers about the same performance as other Atom based PCs. It is hindered by only having one gigabyte of memory, so there will be a limit to how much multitasking the machine can handle without slowing down.

    When running one application at time the machine feels as good as some of the inexpensive Atom based laptops I’ve looked at recently. Gaming performance is lacking for modern games (mostly due to the small amount of available RAM) but older games and casual mobile games should work fine.

    The Stream 7 lacks an external video port, so it’s not easy to use the tablet on a larger display. It is possible to transmit the display wirelessly to a Miracast device, but the output has a lot of latency and it won’t go beyond its native 1280×800 resolution. The charging port is OTG compatible, so it might be possible to use a USB video device with it.

    Yes it has limitations – both in its available memory and external display capabilities. But Compare this to any other $99 tablet out there and it’s exceptionally good – especially given how well it runs the full version of Windows 8.1

    DISCLOSURE – I purchased this tablet with my own funds


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