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WD My Net N750 HD Dual Band Router Wireless N WiFi Router Accelerate HD


WD My Net N750 HD Dual Band Router Wireless N WiFi Router Accelerate HD


The My Net N750 HD Dual-Band Router accelerates video, gaming and chat. WD’s exclusive FasTrack technology delivers smooth, simultaneous HD streams with combined wireless speeds up to 750 Mbps. Simple setup, 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports, 2 USB ports and superior range for larger homes

  • Very fast HD streaming for watching video on multiple devices
  • FasTrack technology accelerates multiple simultaneous HD streams
  • Up to 300 + 450 Mbps Wi-Fi speed
  • 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports, 2 USB ports

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Question by 421: Recommendations for home networked media storage and ways to stream it to an HDTV?
I want to be able to store alot of MP3 , movies and photos and have them accessible by all computers on the network.

I want to be able to view the videos and movies on an HDTV

Id like to know if there is a wireless solution to being able to play the music through out the house in different rooms.

Id finnally like to be able to connect some security cameras to the network and have them recorded to the network storage device and be able to be accessed remotely on the internet.
so i looked at the sonos player which is nice but seems limited ..

Best answer:

Answer by Darren G
Depends on how much money you want to spend. Bose has a crazy nice system for handling all of the music. Linksys and others can handle wireless storage for whatever media and then have a PC connected to an HDTV for viewing. Can also use Linksys cameras to do IP video storage for your security system.

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What customers say about WD My Net N750 HD Dual Band Router Wireless N WiFi Router Accelerate HD?

  1. 51 of 52 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good router, September 20, 2012
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    RLC (Las Vegas, NV United States) –
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    This review is from: WD My Net N750 HD Dual Band Router Wireless N WiFi Router Accelerate HD (Personal Computers)
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    The Western Digital N750 is a wired and dual band wireless router that uses the 2.5 and 5 Ghz spectrum and has 4 Giabit ethernet ports. Out of the box the router was a breeze to setup. Admittedly I am fairly experienced and would usually set this up manually, but to review for those that aren’t in that place I used the setup wizard. Using the wizard I was up and running in a few minutes.

    The wireless portion of the router works fine with disparate adapters. There were 4 desktops, 2 laptops, 2 iPads, 1 XBox 360, and 3 smartphones connected to the wireless and all connected flawlessly on the first attempt. Wired on all computers and Xbox also worked flawlessly. Currently 2 desktops are wired and the rest of the listed devices are connected wirelessly.

    The N750 is running in a 1500 sqft environment and there are no deadspots or decreases in signal on any of the devices listed. Those that are mobile do not experience a decrease in signal strength in any location I have tried in the house.

    The internet speed is only a concern with wireless so that is all that will be mentioned here. The connections were all max for signal strength with no noticeable decrease in speed over the wired connection. Of course this is limited by the isp and various other factors. The wireless speed in moving files across the network were naturally decreased with respect to wired on the machines that had Gigabit ethernet cards. Those that just had fast ethernet were not noticabley faster than wireless.

    I used the wireless connection with the XBox as an extender to stream live and recorded TV from a Windows 7 Media Center machine to the TV. There was no stuttering or artifacts. Also, I streamed movies from Media Center with no hiccups. Lastly I streamed movies and music from the server box across the network wirelessly and had no hiccups with play back on the various wireless computers.

    The router has a few cool features as well. The fast track QoS which allows you to set priority for different applications during high network traffic. Another is Web-based parental controls which gives the ability to log in remotely and limit access to the internet. So for example, mom can shut off the Xbox from her smart phone when junior is slaying enemies rather than homework.

    Thus far this has been a great router and the latest firmware update caused no problems for me.

    After always using the usual suspects Netgear, Linksys, Belkin with varying degrees of satisfaction (my last netgear has been flawless and still is) this new entry into the market by WD is definitely welcome. I would have no problem getting a WD router up for friends and family. This one isn’t coming down and the Netgear is retired for now!

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  2. 21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Router, Great Access Point, November 21, 2012
    By 
    Mr Matt (California) –

    This review is from: WD My Net N750 HD Dual Band Router Wireless N WiFi Router Accelerate HD (Personal Computers)
    I’ve been trying to build a larger wireless network to completely cover my house, and this product has done it well. After testing other routers and access points, my most successful setup came with buying two WD My Net N750’s… one for a Router and a second device switched to Access Point mode (steps explained in manual). Both devices are running the same WiFi network name. I now have rock solid, full house WiFi coverage in both 2.4 Mhz and 5.0 Mhz frequencies.

    The WD My Net N750 is recommended for anyone, but I appreciate the stability, good range, Access Point mode, USB, parental controls, and more that comes with this full featured device.

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  3. 21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Poor execution – NOT FOR GAMERS, March 11, 2013
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    Taran (Chicago, IL) –

    This review is from: WD My Net N750 HD Dual Band Router Wireless N WiFi Router Accelerate HD (Personal Computers)
    I bought this router from BestBuy when they had it on sale for $50. My thought was that this router had all the features that I wanted, at half the price of the big names. I would still reccommend this router at that price for regular internet browsing or low bandwith users. It was super easy to setup out of the box, looks great and has a strong list of features.

    It seriously lacks execution. Though it has good range, the drop off in speed is significant the farther you go, much more than other routers I’ve had before. Even plugged in the gigabit ports, my Xbox360 had significant lag on multiple games.

    I returned the router and picked up the ASUS N66 – and what a world of difference. Hands down, its worth paying more for something you use as much as a wireless router. I would stay away from WD routers.

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  4. D-Link has a great series of tutorial videos on their web site that cover all of the wireless applications you mention.

    D-Link makes some great products for the solution also.

    Other companies have many of the same types of products available also.

    For the Base storage concept, that covers MP3s, Videos, and Security recordings:

    I suggest you use an older PC with a Gigabit Ethernet card, positioned close to your Wireless router. I suggest either using Linux (Fedora or Kubuntu) with a Samba share for the storage or Windows 2000 or Windows XP Pro with a network share. The system you use for this doesn’t need to have cutting edge hardware. The two most important factors for a good file server system are the Network Interface Card (NIC) and disk storage space. 512M of RAM would be plenty. Video card is irrelevant, this system could be “headless” even. I’d suggest you have two drives that 1 TB each, in RAID1.

    For the media sharing, I recommend you have:

    1) A high end 802.11 draft n Wireless router with Gigabit Ethernet ports such as the D-Link DIR-825 or DIR-855. Both of these products support QoS and allow you to prioritize Video Streaming on your network.

    2) A “media bridge” such as the D-Link DAP-1555 to connect all of your media center type devices to the Wireless network.

    3) You may also need a “Digital Media Player” device. XBox 360 has this capability built-in.


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