'Very good throughput'
'Gigabit ethernet ports - the latest, fastest wired standard'
'Great wireless coverage'
'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'
'Poor wireless performance'
'Works with just about every 3G carrier in the US and several 3G modems'
'very well-designed setup utility'
'Well-designed setup software.'
'What's Not Poor 802.11n performance.'
'slower enhanced speeds than those of routers from D-Link and Netgear.'
'Up to 50% best-case throughput improvement'
'We were unable to establish a connection at 100 feet.'
'Good for Frequent travelers and hotspot users who will love the compact one-piece design and ability to share a paid hotspot connection.'
'meager one-year warranty'
'The router's Web-based configuration home page pops up a convenient utility that checks Netgear's site for firmware upgrades--a nice touch given how often cutting-edge products can change.'
'sleek silver casing'
'typically short, one-year parts-and-labor warranty'
'subpar performance and range for an 802.11n router'
'No Gigabit Ethernet'
'a better set-up and management interface and of course, higher rated transfer speeds'
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