Netgear's WNDR4700 is now an entirely different beastNetgear's new media storage router integrates storage functionality that offers consumers backup, storage, streaming, and wireless networking in a single package.
Hello. My name is Dong Ngo for cnet.com at CES 2012. And this black box I have here is actually a router. Netgear's Media Storage router from NVIDIA and it's big for a reason. It's because it actually have a (driver?) to host a 2 terabyte hard drive right here. Now, another router on the market that has the same feature is the Apple Time Capsule. The Time Capsule does allow you to (trim?) the hard drive by yourself and the (??) Time Capsule, this router here have not one but two USB (??) port. It also have a 4 LAN and one WAN port (??) gigabyte. If you remember the Apple Time Capsule has only 3 LAN ports. On the side here, they also have an SD card slot for you to quickly share the... just take with your camera. As a router, this is a (??) router with expand off (2450 megabit per second?) speed. NVIDIA say the routher is gonna be available in Q2 of 2012 with the pricing about $200 without the hard drive. Once again, my name is Dong Ngo at CES 2012 and this is Netgear's Media Storage Router, model WNDR4700.