Quality Basic Router. Non-Removable Antenna. Great for Average Networks.
13 November 2012
Summary: I normally have seen these installed in small apartments or small single family home. Quality Basic Router. Non-Removable Antenna. Great for Beginning or Average Networks. A 2nd Great Use Is To Use Them as A Switch at Crowded PORT Sites - you get 4 wired ports from 1.
Excerpt: This router is an above average router. It deserves an above average because of its sleek look, its reliability, and cost. I purchased it a year ago at Fry's in Portland, Oregon. It was priced at $29.99 which was a great deal then. It has a very simple and easy to use Router Configuration. Overall, this gets a 4/5 because there is no cap limit on speed per computer. I would definetely recommend this to anyone. Linksys and D-link's are my opt in's.
Excerpt: This is probably one of the worst wireless routers I have ever bought, even worse than the 12 dollars Fry's Electronics' brand Airlink 101. But this d-link router . . . to think the 80 dollars I spent on this piece of junk. I've always had issues connecting wirelessly to the internet with this router with my older windows xp laptop. I would only be able to connect if I unplugged the power and plugged it back in (in order to reset the IP).
Excerpt: i bought this router a little over a year ago to replace my linksys that broke. I picked this router up from the local office depot for 20 dollars and it has worked great! it has already lasted longer than my linksys did and was half the cost. Setting up the router is just as easy as buying it. it comes with a cd that walks you through the process and completely dummifies the process for you and makes it impossible to screw up. i was online in less than fifteen minutes.
Affordable, light-weight, easy connection for instant wi-fi
9 September 2012
Excerpt: There are many wireless routers out there to choose from but somehow I came across the D-Link WBR-1310 because it was priced around the $20 range at my local department store. My previous wireless router (Netgear) often timed-out on me, dropping my internet connections and forced me to restart and reinstall several times. It's a pain when you're dropped from intense multiplayer sessions on XBox Live. Very frustrating. So I gave the D-Link router a shot.