'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.'
'No Gigabit Ethernet.'
'Support for this band (provided by the router's radios through its three internal antennas) makes this device less prone to interference, in part because fewer types of devices currently use the 5.0-GHz frequency range.'
'No UPnP or DDNS support; setup software required.'
'The AirPort Utility makes troubleshooting much easier, by adding a display of configuration problems and tools to fix those errors in the Manual Setup’s Summary tab.'
'The ASUS RT-N15 SuperSpeed N Wireless Router is a networking device that's easy to overlook when there are products from Netgear, Linksys, and Belkin next to it on the store shelves (or virtual shopfront), but it's definitely worth your time and money.'
'The ASUS RT-N15 SuperSpeed N Wireless Router is a networking device that’s easy to overlook when there are products from Netgear, Linksys, and Belkin next to it on the store shelves (or virtual shopfront), but it’s definitely worth your time and money.'
'surprisingly high speed'
'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.'
'It looks cool from a geek perspective, and if you take the time to get to know the icons, it really does provide the snapshot D-Link is going for.'
'The D-Link DIR-855 looks and feels sturdy, but this quality comes at a price.'
'D-Link Director of Marketing Dan Kelly responded quickly to our query about a posting on the BroadbandReports.com D-Link forum, with the following statement: "We have discovered a factory assembly error in which it was discovered that some of the cables connecting the antennas were connected incorrectly.'
'Range could be better.'
'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.'
'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'