Summary: Pros: Reliable, photo frame/ framechannel feature, Shareport, network scheduling, guest zone, WPS setup functions. Attractive design. Compact and easy to keep in a living room Cons: Terrible touchscreen, Not a dual-channel radio router, not worth $300 MSRP.
A good wireless router that provides network storage as a bonus
5 May 2012
Summary: It seemed a good idea to have a local data store accessible from all my computers, The D-link Xtreme Wireless Router promises this. I found that the best deal was from the USA and it was dispatched quickly to me.
Summary: this is an awesome product with great all round possibilities for a home office. definetely the product to buy if you looking at saving space, power and money. coupled with a hard drive, its the ultimate tool in a home. :) definetely very satisfied.
Summary: This is my 3rd wireless router. The other two were Cisco/Linksys wireless N routers and they had very little range and weren't as quick as this one. You can buy this for half the price on a place named after a south american rainforest.
Pros: Easy hook up, great range, two usb connections, 802.11n is quick, compact size, heavy non-slip base, it's a NAS (network attached storage), weather, photo frame and news feeds on the screen are nice bonus features which are included.
Cons: For the money you pay, it should be dual band, it should include a hard drive (which it does not) and the storage drive is pretty slow.
Summary: Once you set the timeouts for the LCD screen, and set the sleep, it becomes an incredibly intuitive device. For instance the LCD will wake when a new connection is made to the router. So when I turn on my Xbox to play MW2, the LCD wakes and goes to the speed meter page.
Pros: Fastest WAN to LAN throughput of any router on the planet, according to Small Net Builder tests LCD screen - Monitor traffic, change settings, set as a clock, etc. Using for photos is a waste if you ask me "Eliminate Lag" feature prioritizes streaming traffic (games, video, VoIP) over all other t...
Cons: The cons are all things I just so happen to not do or use: Heat seems like it is only a problem if you put an HD inside. I don't, and the fan has never turned on. So the noisy fan/poor thermal design seems completely dependent on if/what HD you install. (I would seriously recommend a solid state ...
Summary: if you want to set up a ftp or if you need a router with great wireless functions, this one is fantastic! a little high priced, but customer support makes up for it!
Pros: Outstanding router! speed is great, no connectivity issues, and the storage/ftp options are amazing! Great customer support.
Cons: a little overpriced, in my opinion. also, read the manual. no matter what you already know about routers, this one is almost a self contained pc/server. i recommend the help videos on you-tube. Especially for setting up ftp functions.