'The bad: The EnGenius ESR9855G lacks support for dual-band, guest networking, and USB-related features.'
'Excellent throughput for a single-band router'
'Stable Downlink Throughput'
'Its 5Ghz throughput speed could be better.'
'Included software is clunky and slow, and totally unnecessary.'
'No Gigabit Ethernet.'
'Even so, it makes a great choice when choosing a wireless router with gaming as your priority.'
'Works with just about every 3G carrier in the US and several 3G modems'
'Ethernet over COAX now! Sweet!'
'Full set of routing features'
'very well-designed setup utility'
'Well-designed setup software.'
'What's Not Poor 802.11n performance.'
'optimal signal strength'
'portable cellular router compatible'
'affords additional flexibility'
'slower enhanced speeds than those of routers from D-Link and Netgear.'
'Up to 50% best-case throughput improvement'
'We were unable to establish a connection at 100 feet.'
'Good for Frequent travelers and hotspot users who will love the compact one-piece design and ability to share a paid hotspot connection.'
'The new firmware only works on Broadcom-based routers and cards'
'typically short, one-year parts-and-labor warranty'
'subpar performance and range for an 802.11n router'
'No Gigabit Ethernet'
'a better set-up and management interface and of course, higher rated transfer speeds'
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