'Belkin routers' Web interfaces are generally intuitive, and their layouts have not changed since Belkin's first Wireless-N router, the Belkin Wireless Pre-N router , which is also the very first Wireless-N router that CNET reviewed.'
'the router's interface is mediocre, and it just can't deliver when it comes to performance.'
'very good performer'
'Wireless-N that delivers -- almost • Storage functionality • Simple installation.'
'Support for this band (provided by the router's radios through its three internal antennas) makes this device less prone to interference, in part because fewer types of devices currently use the 5.0-GHz frequency range.'
'No UPnP or DDNS support; setup software required.'
'The AirPort Utility makes troubleshooting much easier, by adding a display of configuration problems and tools to fix those errors in the Manual Setup’s Summary tab.'
'The new version looks identical to its rectangular predecessor and boasts a few minor tweaks and a single major improvement - 802.11n networking versus the slower 802.11g standard found on the original AirPort Express - as well as a few minor tweaks.'
'the high-gloss white iPod-like case will look as nice after being bounced around in a computer bag for a few months, the out-of-the-box experience was an unexpected treat.'