Easy to use
Sustains good signal strength at distance
Simultaneous dual band
'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'
'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.'
'The web-based config program is well designed with plenty of help buttons to answer questions.'
'Not very Mac friendly. '
Potentially very cost effective
'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.'
'very well-designed setup utility'
'Well-designed setup software.'
'What's Not Poor 802.11n performance.'
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