Ideal for either the home or a small business, each of the new routers support 3G and 4G LTE connections with enabled devices via 10/100 Ethernet and 802.11N Wi-Fi.
The most basic is the quad-band MBR1200 with 3G HSPA+ support and rates up to 21Mbps. The 3G DC-HSPA+ ready MBR1310 and MBR2000 speed things up to 42Mbps, and the MBR1517 makes the jump to 100Mbps with LTE connectivity.
No word on pricing or availability just yet.
Related coverage on ZDNet:
- CES: Netgear unloads new solutions to bridge Wi-Fi to spotty areas
- CES: Netgear shifts focus to connecting entertainment devices throughout the home
- Netgear gets back into Internet video with Roku