Summary: This did what it said, but I tried to use it for a VOIP phone set and that was not successful. It would work for a few hours, then disconnect the phone. The phone required wired Ethernet, but all I had in that location was strong wi-fi.
Summary: Inexpensive and small. Those are the good points. Transfers between computers at 1.5 MBytes/second where my Netgear runs at 3.7 MBytes/second so the small CPU does have some cost. The UI is easy to use but as far as I can tell saving any changes forces a router reboot which takes 70 seconds.
Summary: I purchased this model as an upgrade to the older model WL-330GE which is slightly bigger and doesn't support wireless-N. I use this router primarily as a wireless hotspot - i.e. using it to connect my wireless device to another public wifi hotspot.
Summary: We have repeat experiences over many years with Asus products. Asus makes excellent hardware, which is why we keep coming back. However, Asus firmware and software, at their best, are marginally and barely adequate, and much more often are sub-adequate or outright disasters.