Netgear announced the launch of its two new adapters, Powerline 500 Nano and the N900. Both the new products are designed to give ethernet-enabled gaming and home entertainment devices quick and easy online connectivity to users home network.
The Powerline 500 Nano and the N900 Video and Gaming WiFi Adapter offers ultra fast network performance for home theater units and gaming consoles, allowing users a whole new experience in online gaming and entertainment.
Netgear’s new Powerline Nano 500 (XAVB5101) has been specifically developed for users who want a simple plug-and-play networking for a single device like TV’s or gaming console units.
The unit instantly converts a standard electrical wall outlet into a high-speed network connection that easily accommodates the most demanding multimedia tasks.
Major advantages of using the Powerline Nano 500 is its easy plug-and-play set-up, top speed connectivity and sleek small design. The new unit is also being packaged as the perfect complement for single device units like gaming consoles, Blu-ray player, Smart TV, HD set-top box, Network DVR, PC and other devices.
Gamers will particularly benefit from using this engaging new device because of its exceptionally low latency. The Powerline 500 Nano can work on speeds of up to 500 Mbps, seamlessly accommodating HD and 3D HD video streaming, multimedia, multiplayer gaming and other bandwidth intensive tasks. The device also comes with Netgear’s unique ‘Pick-a-Plug’ function, which automatically tests the connection at any electrical outlet and displays the results in the form of color coded LED lights.
Meanwhile, Netgear’s N900 Video and Gaming 4-port WiFi Adapter enables consumers to connect up to four Ethernet-enabled devices at the fastest WiFi speeds available today. The adapter makes use of multiple wireless streams and dual-band technology to support multiple, simultaneous HD video streams in 1080p resolution and fast, low-latency multiplayer gaming.
Utilizing the unit will allow users to wirelessly stream high resolution entertainment from multi-media streaming sites like Netflix, Vudu, YouTube and Hulu to virtually any Ethernet-enabled entertainment device in the home.