Netgear Unveils New 3G and 4G Routers

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Netgear introduced a new line of 3G and LTE (4G) broadband-like performing routers in a mobile package at the Mobile World Congress on Feb. 14. There are four new routers in all and according to Netgear, all of them take features from Netgear’s best wired routers and let users drop in their 3G and 4G cellular service.

Each of the new models will possess either 3G or LTE, will have failover to wired 10/100 Fast Ethernet WAN, FE LAN, and Wi-Fi 802.11N. 

The new line includes:

  • MBR1200, Quadband 3G HSPA+ 
    • 21Mbps x 5.76Mbps 
    • HSPA fallback and failover to wired FE WAN
    • Dual WAN (one more 10/100 FE port)
    • 4 – 10/100 Ethernet LAN Ports
  • MBR1310, Quadband 3G DC-HSPA+ 
    • 42Mbps x 5.7Mbps 
    • HSPA+/HSPA fallback and failover to wired FE WAN
    • Dual WAN (one more 10/100 FE port)
    • 4 – 10/100 Ethernet LAN Ports
  • MBR1517 European LTE 
    • 100Mbps x 50Mbps 
    • HSPA+/HSPA fallback and failover to wired FE WAN
    • Internal broadband wireless modem 
    • Both 3G (CDMA/HSPA/HSPA+) and LTE (4G) models available
    • Dual WAN (one more 10/100 FE port)
    • 4 – 10/100 Ethernet LAN Ports
    • Additional security features 
  • MBR2000 Quadband 3G DC-HSPA+ 
    • 42Mbps x 5.7Mbps 
    • HSPA+/HSPA fallback and failover to ADSL2+
    • Internal broadband wireless modem 
    • 3G (CDMA/HSPA/HSPA+) and LTE (3G) available
    • Dual WAN (one more ADSL2+ port)
    • 4 – 10/100 Ethernet LAN Ports
The models have internal high gain antennas and an optional external antenna for places where the signal is poor and some of the models include special high security features. 

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