Not as seamless as I would like. For the price a good not great buy.
8 December 2013
Summary: I bought this product to integrate a low end laser printer and USB Hard Drive into my home network. Pros: 2 USB Ports 802.11n 1gb LAN ports Access Point mode variety of settings for guest networks easy interface Cons: Glitchy, sometimes seems to drop signal. Can't get the one touch WPA to find anything (Windows, Apple, or Android) Access to USB devices seems to require to use of the Belkin software and really hate adding bloatware to my systems.
It met all my expectations and works fine in my environment.
4 April 2013
Summary: I did some Internet research before I decided to buy it. The company´s web site and Internet were rich in information so it was easy. After installation it met my expectations within the offered price. It works fine compared to my outdated router, without glitches. It is designed and well supported by a branded company and comes with bundled software.
Summary: Its an excellent value and an awesome product! My husband came unglued with excitement when we got it and has been going on about how much easier everything runs with it and how great this router is. The best for the money and just awesome all the way around. We would Highly recommend this router for anyone looking for something dependable and reliable.
Summary: I also had read all the negative reviews, about the problem plagued installs, troublesome complicated setup issues, extremely slow speeds and poor performance all around so I was prepared for a challenge but also curious to see how what sounded on paper like a terrific product in print could be so consistently bad.
Summary: I was really excited when I heard about this product as it looked like it could do everything I wanted it to. I got my order from Amazon and quickly hooked it up. The encloded software seemed ok. Anyways I replaced an older Wireless N router with it, and knew there was trouble when I was standing 10 feet away with the new router in direct site and was not even getting a full signal from the router.
Summary: I was excited for this router ever since I read about it back on Gizmodo. I am a heavy internet user, on a 30MBps connection. Multiple gaming consoles, media center, and bittorrent are all major users. I was happy to see the 5 Ghz spectrum for my xbox gaming / HD streaming needs. Router was up and running extremely fast (a great point), but when it came to getting into the advanced features, this router is just lacking.
Summary: This was my first wireless router, and it worked well for about a day. Then, it started to drop connections. I had to reset the router 8 times a day. I thought it might have been my Internet connection, so I upgraded it - to no avail. This router works fine for 10 minutes after resetting, but then it starts dropping again. Luckily, I bought this from Costco, so I was able to return it with no hassle. STAY AWAY from this POS.
Summary: Do not, I repeat, do NOT buy this router. Although it is easy to set-up and easy to install, it's a better paperweight than a router. This product is so bad I can't even bring myself to sell it to anyone out of fear of embarrassment. It boasts dual band g/b/n technology and connection speeds of up to 300MB/sec over the network, but fails to say that connecting to the internet is most likely never to happen with any consistency.
Summary: My experience with this router has been one major mistake after another. I didn't check the Amazon reviews before purchasing - my mistake. I bought it (not through Amazon) - my mistake. I threw away the packaging after setting it up and now I can't return - major mistake. Although this thing was simple enough to set-up, it has been a major letdown for all of the reasons that other reviewers have mentioned.
Summary: I read the reviews, and I decided to give it a shot anyway since I've had good luck with connectivity in my house. In all honesty, the connectivity wasn't the issue with me. It was the configuration. Below is a detailed account of my experience trying to set this thing up: When setting up a router, I always use the web-based interface. I don't like installing a program since there's no guarantee it will work with the operating system that I have.