As router, the Netgear WNDR4700 certainly managed to convince us of its right to exist. Its performance is outstanding, and it can even hold its own with the best high-end routers on the market. Adding an internal hard disk to the mix is not a bad idea in our opinion. However, in the case of the WNDR4700 it's mainly useful for making back-ups, which is a breeze with the excellent ReadyShare Vault software. The transfer rates to and from the internal disk inside the WNDR4700 are good, but the speed of the USB 3.0 ports are very close which almost makes it pointless to put a hard disk inside. On the other hand, now you have multiple fast connections you can use any way you want. The SD card reader is also a nice bonus.
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