Netgear Ships $190 RangeMax Dual Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router
There's also broadband usage metering as well as Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) support, and inside it's equipped with a 680MHz processor. Netgear promises that you'll see 500 Mbps WAN to LAN speeds and 350 Mbps real-world maximum wireless throughput, which should be plenty to game online and transfer files. Also, the dual 2.4GHz/5GHz radios ensures that interference won't be an issue, and the WPA-Enterprise and WPA2-Enterprise encryption ensures that your data traffic won't be seen by others unless you want them to.
Finally, the router packs a few interesting power saving features. Three adjustable power and range settings on the router can reduce wireless transmit power by up to 75% compared to when the router is transmitting at full power, and the auto-sensing gigabit Green switch automatically adjusts power consumption based on cable length and unused ports. The WNDR3700 is now available worldwide for $189.99, and no, you're not crazy for thinking that said sticker is mighty high for a router.