Netgear Trek N300 Travel Router and Range Extender Review

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Netgear Trek N300 (PR2000) Review

Netgear Trek N300 (PR2000) Review

WJ Tested: Netgear Trek N300 Travel Router and Range Extender Review

“Secure, Share and Extend WiFi. Wherever You Go.”

Netgear Description:

This compact device can be used as a router, range extender, access point or bridge to keep you connected wherever you trek, with a simple wall plug design, or convenient USB power options for use with laptops.

  • Multi-purpose WiFi device
  • WiFi router
  • WiFi access point
  • Range extender
  • Hotspot

In the Package:

  • Netgear Trek N300 (PR2000) Device with flip-out antenna
  • USB cable with micro USB connector
  • Quick install guide

    Netgear Trek N300

    Netgear Trek N300


  • Simple to use (even for us)
  • Extend the WiFi range of your home network
  • Secure a public WiFi connection through the built-in firewall
  • Boosts and improves the WiFi signal of a public hotspot
  • WiFi speed up to 300 Mbps
  • Can be used by multiple devices – saves fees in hotels that charge per gadget
  • Can be used with Ethernet or WiFi connections
  • Compact and portable
  • Runs off computer power from USB or wall charger/adapter
  • Compatible with: Apple; Mac; Android; PC.
  • Good Value: US$59+/-


  • Does not support 5GHz networks

    Netgear Trek N300 - In the Package

    Netgear Trek N300 – In the Package

Bottom Line:

Whether on the road or at home, WJ found the Netgear Trek N300 to be very handy. The range extender feature is ideal for using a laptop or device in another room or part of the house. The firewall security that is added by using this gadget is priceless when away from home and on a public WiFi service (even one that is password protected). We will continue to take this on all our future travels.



Netgear provided this item free of charge for WAVEJourney to test and review. See our full disclosure statement to see that this has no effect on our opinions or reviews.


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