'far the fastest 802.11n router'
'The 655 supports a full range of wireless security options including WEP 64/128, WPA and WPA2.'
'the router to use WEP or the various varieties of WPA is simple, even for the uninitiated.'
'Very good performance'
'fastest Draft 802.11n technology'
' Can't attach external antenna '
'Potentially very cost effective'
'Sleek silver design'
'Supports Ad Hoc connection for pairing without an AP'
'the router exhibited very good throughput overall on the 2.4GHz band, at both short and long range.'
'decent throughput speeds'
'offer consistent performance'
'very latest wireless networking technology'
'Solid close-range performance'
'Small-file performance was good too – copying 2997 tiny files from the next room happened at 5.6Mb/s with our Intel adapter, and a marginally faster rate of 5.9Mb/s with the Linksys adapter.'
'The setup process runs fine until it asks you to connect the DSL line to the router and power everything up.'
'Fairly fast throughput'
'good wireless performance'
'incredible high-speed wireless network access'
'helpful "Outstanding router'
'The TP Link's 70 Mbps looks somewhat anemic by comparison.'
'solid but simple budget router'
'great mixed-mode performance'
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