Excerpt: Wireless networking has been a standard in homes and home offices for years now. As more people move from the desktop to the laptop we will see an even bigger increase in the need for fast wireless to handle our data. The evolving of the netbook has also ignited this frenzy. But with more and more people working, un-tethered files and printer sharing becomes an increasing problem.
ASUS WL500g Premium Wireless Internet Router Review
13 October 2006
Summary: Today we would like to introduce to you a new wireless router from ASUS that contains almost every feature you may require to deploy a small computer network. It is an excellent piece of hardware and definitely worth your consideration. Read more in our review!
Pros: High-quality case and hardware, A lot of settings in a user-friendly web-interface, Two USB 2.0 ports for external drives, web-cameras or printer, Can be wall-mounted, Large amount of system and flash memory that allows to enhance the product functionality, Indicators shaped as self-explanatory symbols, Download Master software, High speed with network interfaces
Cons: No official full-function firmware, Non-informative indication, Shining vent grid, Insecure fastening of the antenna inside the case, Limited functionality of the standard download manager, Low speed of the integrated ftp-server
Excerpt: Da vi mottok informasjon om denne nye basestasjonen for nesten to måneder siden visste vi allerede da at vi var nødt til å teste dette produktet. Det vi først la merke til var USB tilkoblingen, hvor det er mulig å koble på et webkamera, en masselagringsenhet eller en skriver. Det er også plassert en god gammel parallel port for tilkobling av skriver.