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'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'
'Easy to use.'
'Is that DSL in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?'
'Works with AT&T!!!'
'Way faster than tethering!'
'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'
'Solid performance and design'
'Supports Ad Hoc connection for pairing without an AP'
'Ethernet over COAX now! Sweet!'
'Full set of routing features'
'very latest wireless networking technology'
'The actual install process is fairly painless.'
'very well-designed setup utility'
'Well-designed setup software.'
'What's Not Poor 802.11n performance.'
'Good Idea on paper, BUT...'
'Good idea, but didn't work reliably'
'optimal signal strength'
'portable cellular router compatible'
'affords additional flexibility'
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