Summary: Love. I bought this right before a trip abroad. I'm a geek, but my wife would rather not deal with fiddling with wifi settings and such every time we check into a new hotel. With this tiny little guy, I was able to connect to the wifi or ethernet at each hotel and have our own, same wifi network up...
Summary: Similar to other critical posts I cannot get get this device to work in WISP mode with hotel wifi that presents a login page. It seems to connect, but after browsing one or two pages (passed through excruciatingly slow) then every page after that redirects to the 192.168.8.1 setup page.
Summary: Returned this because it just wouldn't work, even with tech support help. I could get it to log into a wireless signal with my laptop, but other devices would not automatically use that same signal which is what the router was going to be used for.
Summary: Easy to set up, cheap, tiny. It lives in my everyday bag, and comes in handy on occasion. Not all THAT often, but often enough to make the small price tag well worth it. WISP works just fine, too.
Summary: This is a *horrible* device. I use it primarily for the WISP functionality (connecting to the internet via wireless instead of using cable). I hoped to replace the Asus WL330NUL, which was excruciatingly slow.
Summary: Smallest Wi-Fi router I've ever seen/used. Very easy to setup and is exactly what I need when setting up new offices that don't have any equipment besides provider equipment installed. Can set this up and give everyone access till our equipment is ready. Great piece of equipment!