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2012-01-09 03:11 PM
2012-01-09 07:24 PM
Rhyalus wrote: Does this piss anyone else off?
Get the 4500 right and have it in the market for a few friggin months before releasing the next one?
2012-01-10 12:29 AM
StratmanX wrote: No. It's an evolution into a market Netgear thinks will be profitable. Plus, the attached drive may perform better than the myriad of drives consumers now use. Netgear will have the opportunity to tune the drive's performance to the router (or vice versa).
Even better for more consumers, a number of apps to be added/developed for the 4700 may be portable to the 4500. Bonus for all those wanting Clouds and more.
2012-01-10 04:08 AM
2012-01-10 12:13 PM
2012-01-11 07:44 PM
2012-01-11 10:38 PM
Thudo wrote: Well thats a piss off.. Bought the 4500 in Sept'11 and the USB2.0 speeds are a gawd damn joke (no faster than 5mb/sec whereas max USB2.0 speed is 22mb/sec). Have a USB3.0 Enclosure hooked to the 4500 and yet.. awful USB2 ports. Now the 4700 comes out 6+ months later.. ugh...
Still.. looks like a major step up from the 4500.
2012-01-12 04:24 PM
2012-01-12 04:50 PM
2012-01-13 05:14 AM
Mars Mug wrote: It’s so ‘new’ that it’s not even available yet.
It’s not the same product as the ‘4500; it contains an integrated hard drive.
There are no pricing details.
2012-01-13 05:42 AM
2012-01-23 03:47 PM
2012-01-23 06:06 PM
NightOwl326 wrote: But what if it has no flashing lights? All those new features with no twinkle!
2012-01-23 06:20 PM
2012-01-23 06:39 PM
2012-01-23 06:50 PM
NatRay wrote: Those same sleeping users are going to be rudely awakened when their non-blinking routers are in need of repair. Technicians charge extra when troubleshooting a problem escalates beyond blinking lights.
2012-03-26 04:06 PM
2012-03-26 05:44 PM