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Cisco Linksys E3000

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The Linksys E3000 Router: Feature Rich, But Not Without Its Faults

3 February 2011
  • Excerpt: Routers are always tricky things to choose. There are so many options from a multitude of manufacturers that picking one which matches your requirements may end in you tearing your hair out. So if you want a router which is easy to set up and has every feature imaginable, then read on. The Linksys E3000 is the newest router king from Cisco and is host to all the features you would expect from a high end product.
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Cisco Linksys E3000 High Performance Wireless-N Router

PC Magazine
15 October 2010
  • Conclusion: If you're looking for a high-end consumer or small-business router, Cisco's E3000 is a great choice. But if you are looking for a top-of-the line NAS, the E3000's is average at best. The E3000 tries to be both things, and its NAS abilities drag it down to just shy of greatness.
  • Pros: Router set up takes just minutes. Very fast throughput. Optimized for Wi-Fi performance
  • Cons: NAS capabilities are average. No print-server capabilities. Storage management setup awkward to navigate.
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Overall 8

Linksys E3000 review: An 802.11n router with simultaneous dual-band operation and Gigabit Ethernet

Good Gear Guide.au
5 August 2013
  • Summary: The Linksys E3000 is a good quality router that can simultaneously run 2.4GHz and 5GHz wireless networks. It performed well in our tests and we found it to be reliable throughout our test period. It has good features and it's easy to set up.
  • Pros: Simultaneous dual-band Wi-Fi, Good speed and reliability in our tests, Easy to set up
  • Cons: USB storage port is of limited usefulness, LEDs are too bright
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Cisco Linksys E3000 review

Macworld UK
20 April 2011
  • Excerpt: It’s a dual-band design, able to work on both the familiar 2.4GHz and rarer 5GHz band, at the same time. This contrasts with less capable units that operate on one band at a time.
  • Pros: Add 802.11n wireless to your existing network
  • Cons: Doesn't match up to high-end positioning
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