'Good little travel router'
'Really small, affordable, and flexible, and provides good performance'
'Ultra-portable, small form'
'Great price, Tiny, Many features'
'QoS and UPnP support'
'Excellent bargain router, but not without it's quirks'
'Excellent wireless performance'
'Good VPN support'
'The bad: The EnGenius ESR9855G lacks support for dual-band, guest networking, and USB-related features.'
'Excellent throughput for a single-band router'
'Stable Downlink Throughput'
'review helpful "Terrible range'
'It's quite easy to set up, and its wireless speed was very fast in our tests.'
'Built-in firewall and filtering settings'
'Good wireless range'
'Connections are fast and reliable'
'Easy to set up'
'The setup assistant is excellent, guiding users through such tasks as establishing connections, enabling wireless security, and choosing a Wi-Fi SSID (that is, a network name).'
'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.'
'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'
'The Linksys WRT54GX2 came up short in long-range throughput tests, even when compared to another two-antenna MIMO router.'
'The feature set of the G2 is essentially unchanged from that of the G.'
'sleek, vertical, silver case'
'Getting older - 100Mbit and 802.11G are aging and slow compared to gigabit (1000Mbit) and 802.11N.'
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