'2.4GHz The Asus RT-N16's signal strength was very good indeed, even at a distance.'
'Asus’ use of point-and-click icons makes it easy to configure this router’s advanced settings—although you’ll probably chuckle at garbled translations like this from the QoS menu: “Click the Internet application and make the application remain the high priority even the network is busy.”'
'which splits the unit's functionality between a simplified interface, complete with its own animated guide.'
'The N16 can be wall-mounted, or simply tucked away someplace from where it continues working.'
'the network storage performance is slow, and it doesn't include a hard drive..'
'highly intuitive and graphical installation wizard'
'Single-band router that's more expensive than most, if not all, true dual-band routers • Front panel LCD/photo frame is too small • Network storage performance is slow • Doesn't include a hard drive.'
'Belkin routers' Web interfaces are generally intuitive, and their layouts have not changed since Belkin's first Wireless-N router, the Belkin Wireless Pre-N router , which is also the very first Wireless-N router that CNET reviewed.'
'the router's interface is mediocre, and it just can't deliver when it comes to performance.'
'very good performer'
'Wireless-N that delivers -- almost • Storage functionality • Simple installation.'