Router's Web interface provides easy access to all features
Stylish and compact offers stellar 5Ghz performance
Ridiculously high routing throughput
Compact size with the ability to be placed vertically or horizontally
Superb Wireless-N speeds
'2.4GHz The Asus RT-N13U's performance in signal terms was quite decent for a router this inexpensive.'
Strong feature set
'The Netgear Wireless-N Router WNR2000 has no dual-band, Gigabit, USB, or Guest wireless features.'
'We were able to keep a stable connection with the router from more than 310 feet away in our testing facility.'
'fast broadband connection'
'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'
'We were able to hold a stable connection in this band from up to 90 metres away.'
'Cons. • No innovation in 5 GHz range.'
'Storage performance is poor.'
'an exceptionally portable router'
'It's the second router from D-Link that supports true Wireless-N dual-band, capable of broadcasting simultaneously in 5GHz and 2.4GHz frequencies.'
'Cons. • USB device sharing
is one Windows client at a time. • Lower routing throughput than the A1.'
'No wireless range extension.'
'small size and good performance help'
'the DWL-G730AP is capable of operating at the full 54Mbps 802.11g throughput when you're within 50m of the device, 11Mbps once you move out to 150m and 6Mbps at 200m.'
'The DWL-G730AP is a portable and convenient wireless solution for the traveling business person'
'somewhat clunky Web-based configuration utility'