Affordable with lots of flexibility
The Trendnet TEW-654TR is actually a bit of a treat. While I expected this router to be quite small, I never expected it to be as small as it is - and still so large on features. The ability of this little router to transform into an access point, wireless client and router all with the flip of a switch is a very nice feature that is worth its weight in lithium.
Compact and sleek design
The Linksys WRT400N Simultaneous Dual-N Band Wireless Router is a good option for your wireless network, thanks to its support of both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz bands, its helpful software application, and a good set of networking features. The router's unimpressive 5Ghz throughput speed and lack of Gigabit and USB support are the only major knocks against it.
Draft 802.11n routers won't replace a 100 Mbps Ethernet connection for either speed or reliability and the WRT400N is no exception. But it seems to be a well-priced, well-designed addition to a product category filled with promise-long and deliver-short offerings. It's worthy of your consideration, if not your hard-earned cash.
The Linksys WRT400N is a simultaneous dual-band Wireless-N router for enhanced wireless communications. A step up from the WRT320N, the Linksys WRT400N trades its peerâ??s wired Gigabit capability for dual Wireless-N bands (5GHz / 2.4GHz) that are designed to work separately, yet simultaneously
Advanced content Filtering system
If you want a wireless router that can work on the two radio band 2.4Ghz and 5 Ghz simultaneously , the Linksys WRT400N can do this effectively .Except the lack of USB port and Gigabit Ethernet ports , the router include the same features as the Linksys WRT610N that costs 20$ more than Linksys WRT400N ,so if you use a wired connection or you want an USB port for connecting a storage device and share its content over the network , i recommend to check the Linksys WRT610N , otherwise , Linksys...
Fluent and flawless internet connectivity
Designed and manufactured by LinkSYS, one of the world leaders and manufacturers of cameras, switches, routers, and a few more important accessories comes another stunning and breath taking wireless router. Referred to as the WRT400N, this wireless router from LinkSYS is sleek, smart and really catches the eye. The router gives the user the experience of a life time.
Attractive price tag
The NETGEAR N150 WNR1000 wireless router looks good (without ugly protruding antennas like some wireless-N routers) and comes with all the features you would want in a wired/wireless router - security, port forwarding etc. While the performance isn't the best we have seen, but you can best of all, it comes with an attractive price tag of US$69 (S$100) with one-year warranty.
The Asus RT-N12 is a simple, affordable way to add a router to any SOHO network. For $40 it brings a lot to the table including a user-friendly interface, strong wireless coverage, router/AP/repeater mode switching, and the ability to create up to four SSID's. If you don't need dual-band access or USB ports, this router is a solid choice that can be up and running in no time. Enthusiasts will be pleased that it also supports third party firmware such as DD-WRT and Tomato.
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