Relatively affordable for a top-notch home networking device
Sharp design, Great throughput at 5GHz, Excellent range
Has lots of features and is a good choice for those on a strict budget
Full gigabit ports ensure ultimate transfer speeds
'We've been reluctant to recommend Draft N routers because the spec isn't final and so far, we haven't seen the throughput speeds offered by the standard.'
'Expensive • Speed and range little better than wireless-G.'
'comprehensive routing and firewall features'
'latest wireless security features'
'responsive browser interface'
'new wireless devices'
'you a serious gaming router'
'excellent routing speed'
Relatively inexpensive for a Gigabit four port router
Range is poor
'No desktop setup application..'
'The TP Link's 70 Mbps looks somewhat anemic by comparison.'
'simple and easy configuration'
'It is heavy on diagrams and theoretical bandwidth and not much on security of real functionality.'
'802.11n function didn't work properly during our tests, 802.11g speed was slower than expected.'
'I have never seen such a terrible product being sold retail.'
'The VPN tunnels gives your mobile workers a secure and easy to use way to stay connected.'
'Coverage proved good enough for a reliable connection at 25m, but throughput remained around 3Mb/s with both Centrino Wi-Fi and the WPC4400N PC Card.'
'the Belkin N1 Wireless Router F5D8231-4 is well-rounded and easy to install.'
'very poor range'
'N1 provides the industry's fastest wireless connection for gaming, streaming video, voice over IP'
'This double modem makes it easy to create a LAN and share Internet access over a 56K analog line, unifying all data communications in your office or home.'
'No 3G backup network option (yet).'