Excerpt: Belkin’s N750 DB offers a better-than-average feature set, but the router’s performance is a mixed bag. At most of our test stations, it delivered very good performance from its 5GHz radio but mediocre throughput from its 2.4GHz radio. Belkin arrives at the N750 model number by adding the 300Mb/s theoretical throughput on its 2.4GHz radio to the 450Mb/s theoretical throughput of its 5GHz radio.
Pros: Inexpensive; good range on the 2.4GHz band; fast throughput on 5GHz band; super-easy setup.
Cons: Slow throughput on the 2.4GHz band; very weak range on the 5GHz band; limited ability to tweak.
Summary: The Belkin N750 DB Wireless Dual-Band N+ router is arguably the most affordable 450Mbps true dual-band router on the market and, while far from perfect, it's likely to deliver more than what you pay for.
Pros: The affordable Belkin N750 DB Wireless Dual-Band N+ router offers fast 5GHz wireless speeds and has two USB ports for hosting an external storage device or printer. The good-looking device also features true dual-band Gigabit Ethernet and comprehensive guest networking.
Cons: The Belkin N750 DB's 2.4GHz wireless speed and 5GHz range could be better, and its current firmware doesn't support IPv6. The router's vertical stand design, though eye-catching, makes it topple easily.
Excerpt: The Belkin N750 DB is a wireless dual-band N+ router that uses the less crowded and speedier 5GHz spectrum and has a unique, stylish look. It also has gigabit Ethernet, two USB ports for networking storage space or printers as well as some great networking features.
Pros: Dual-band Wireless-N+, Gigabit Ethernet ports, USB networking for printers or storage, Good performance