Conclusion: This eye-pleasing draft-n home router has all the Internet sharing and security features you'd expect, and a great diagnostic display. But it's fairly expensive, and its lack of a 5-GHz radio makes it slower than the other routers in this roundup.
Pros: Looks cool. Very informative front-mount LCD display. Easy Web-based configuration. Guest SSID for home network protection.
Cons: 2.4-GHz operation-only, resulting in slow throughput even in optimal Wi-Fi conditions. Expensive for a single-radio router.