OK for one or two devices, but really struggles and hangs if several demanding devices are connected
29 September 2010
Excerpt: For shared accommodation, and with a fairly speedy and high bandwidth broadband line, our house of friends collectively decided to get this router as we believed the advertised 300 Mbps wireless-N draft and 100Mbps "Fast Ethernet" wired technology would be capable of serving 6 wireless devices at once. We were mistaken.
Summary: I was under the impression that Beklin made quality products but as it turns out their stuff cr@ps out quite quickly. My wireless has started to get progressively worse, where now my connection is constantly timing out. Of course this doesn't happen on my wired connection, or when I jump to a different wireless connection near by. Anyway. It's a half decent thing while it lasts, but for the money you're paying it's basically a pile of cr@p.
Summary: well like the other gaming reveiw on here, this is a big dissapointment.If u want a router to speed up your internet gaming then go some where else. this thing is useless. 'connection interuption' is the most annoying thing ever and this gives plenty of it. i would take the other guys advice and go for a G+, or read some reveiws on the router. this is something i will definatley do next time.
Not for the avid gamer... and many connection problems.
Mr. Muhammad Ismail, Amazon
25 December 2008
Summary: Belkin N Wireless Modem Router Where to begin. After recently purchasing a new HP Elite Desktop, I was dying to start downloading and playing games online. I purchased this goodie wirless router from Comet and I was recommended that it was perfect for downloading videos/music etc. Now right to the meat of the situation. I'm a gamer. I'm a downloader. I love music, videos, applications. The Belkin is great for downloading. Nothing else.
Summary: I was rather nervous when I bought a Belkin router. I had bought other Belkin products over the years, and not one of them ever worked. But surely that was just bad luck. I opened the box and followed the instructions. I was told to connect everything up and then insert the easy setup disk. The modem lit up with bright blue lights like a radio on a teenager's Corsa. Maybe they should have included a baseball cap, so I could wear it back-to-front and try to look cool.