Conclusion: Very easy to setup and use, reasonably priced, and with a sensible selection of extra features that won't deter less experienced users. The N750 DB offers excellent long-range performance, and the USB sharing feature works particularly well, although it's a shame it doesn't support 3G dongles.
Summary: The N750 DB would be a much better value if it delivered faster performance on the 2.4GHz frequency band. As it stands, it’s a good choice for inexperienced users with simpler needs, or if you just need a router that can share a printer and network storage. Advanced users will want something that delivers faster throughput and more freedom to tweak.
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.
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
Excerpt: The Belkin N750 DB promises improved coverage through its upgraded antenna system. Another thing that caught our attention: Belkin's claim that the N750 uses "MultiBeam" technology to provide greater throughput at greater distances.