Offers excellent Wi-Fi performance and ease of use at a low cost
Amazing wireless throughput and range, Easy setup
Small and compact, Integrated power
Easy to switch between various useful modes
Rugged build-quality, compact size
More user-configurable security features
Poor 2.4 GHz performance, Some interface issues
Relatively low price, Good quality of service for media streaming
Port filtering and modest URL filtering
Delivers an impressive range of features
Connection speeds, Wireless range
Performance is fine
'Range could be better.'
'It's large enough to display sophisticated menus, which require two control buttons (mounted in front of the screen) to navigate.'
'separate wireless networks'
'comprehensive routing and firewall features'
'Still, the new router is compact enough to fit in any pocket. '
'The unfortunate sting in the tail is that, while the TEW-655BR3G does have a Li-Ion battery, it only lasts for 1.5hrs.'
'not full 802.11N.'
Fairly nice for use
'very good router'
'unsurpassed wireless speed'
'Limited advanced settings compared to slightly older TRENDnet routers.'
'attractive price tag'
'Advanced wireless encryption secures your valuable data and WMM® Quality of Service (QoS) technology prioritizes gaming, Internet calls and video streams.'
'No gigabit ports.'
'Unfortunately, the DI-624 doesn't come with a stand for vertical positioning, which is a feature we like in the Netgear WGT624 .'
'This Bundle Includes
and malicious attacks.'
'In testing, the D-Link duo delivered excellent throughput in Super G static mode.'
'D-Link gets very close to wired speeds, a truly impressive feat that is great for large file transfers and multimedia applications like streaming video.'
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