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When I first saw the NETGEAR 3DHD product on the showroom floor of CES, there was the device sitting on the table and a video playing on a screen. I was confused as to the nature of the device; was it a wireless HDMI solution? The product model is 3DHD, with 3D, HD 1080p, video, etc. plastered all over the packaging, and the product name is 3DHD Wireless Home Theatre Networking Kit. As we spoke with a Netgear representative, it became clear that this was not a wireless HDMI implementation but an 802.11 networking solution. To put it in clear terms, despite the 3D buzzwords plastered all over the box, to the technical user; this product is a network bridge device.
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all the netgear routers that look like that design carry a lifetime warranty now... pretty sweet. Maybe I am the only one that replaces a router seemingly every year though. Sorry this is about as offtopic as it gets.
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I hate routers, they seem to be the greatest cause of a lot of issues with connectivity!

I installed one for a client & myself and we both have Internet connection problems all the time now (suddenly after installing the router), and we have different routers too.

Meh!
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I hate routers, they seem to be the greatest cause of a lot of issues with connectivity!

I installed one for a client & myself and we both have Internet connection problems all the time now (suddenly after installing the router), and we have different routers too.

Meh!
-.- How else do you expect to share your internet connection with more than one computer in a single place? Oh yeah, a router.
    
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