Conclusion: This is as basic as an N router can get. If you are looking to wirelessly connect a single machine and have no need for Gigabit Ethernet or the 5-GHz band, it's not a terrible option for the price. But even for a cheap router, we'd like to see better throughput at distance.
Pros: Bargain-priced "N" Router. Easy setup with Cisco Connect software. Throughput on a par with other routers in its class.
Cons: Single band. No support for Gigabit Ethernet. Doesn't keep consistent performance at greater distances.