Summary: Not only did the router arrive in record time (important when you desperately need one), it was a snap to install. We have two computers, 4 Kindles & a printer on our wireless network & the only thing I had trouble with was the printer and that turned out to be entirely my fault.
Summary: I had an old USB hard drive that I wanted to share for music. This router has a USB port and ready share ability that easily solved this problem for £29 rather than going out and buying a new drive for over £100. The drive is now shared around the house for all my music and photos.
Summary: I recently switched to Fibre Optic broadband, and while my old modem (an excellent and reliable Linksys) did work with the new account, it was also hardware never meant to cope with FO speeds. Formerly, I was lucky to get 3Mbps on a good day, and now it's around 38Mbps.
Summary: I've just upgraded my broadband and my old router couldn't handle speeds over 10Mbps. To get the benefits I had to upgrade. I chose this one because, like the previous reviewer, it was on offer at PC World/Currys for only 29.99.
Summary: Very good bit of kit, this is my third netgear router and the set up gets better and better but this has a lot of things not normally associated with a router. Apart from the obvious things you would wish for, like a good connection easy networking and with the use of a program called simple port...
Summary: You get what you pay for with this wireless router. The setup is a breeze and the web interface is very user-friendly. We have various wireless and wired devices connected to it, including Blackberries, Ipods, Mac & Windows based laptops, PCs and internet radio.