Summary: It ended up not working out for me, but I thought I'd leave as unbiased of a review as I could. Here goes: PROS: 1. It has great UI through the linksys smart wifi thing, so I didn't need to setup the network through the CD.
Excerpt: Bought this product to try and solve my buffering issues when streaming movies. My cable router was causing movies to buffer every two minutes which is obviously very frustrating. Installed this beast and BOOM! no more buffering.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast, Fast Connection Speed, Reliable connection, Secure Connection
Summary: This is/was my first (and only) refurbished product and my first review. I bought this router because I have a Linksys E3200 and like it very much, so I thought I would try this one for my Mom's house.
Summary: The Linksys N750 Wi-Fi Wireless Dual-Band+ Router is a very good quality router. I haven't had any problems with it going down or broadcasting its signal. It's relatively easy to set up, looks great (antennas are hidden) and has many features for those who want get more in-depth in terms of...
Summary: I like this router. Had been using a Linksys WRT 54G. Had it for years, and not one problem with it. Needed to upgrade both cable modem and router to take advantage of Cox upgraded speeds. The router is easy to setup, with or without the installation CD. Took less than 5 minutes.
Unsatisfactory wifi range; reset button killed it permanently.
J. Anderson "jeremy2002", Amazon
12 January 2015
Summary: My cheap Medialink MWNWAPR300N router gives good wifi coverage in 90% of my 3-level house. I tried the Linksys in hopes it would cover 100%. It doesn't. Using speedtest.net as my measure, I tested speeds on my desktop (which is wirelessly connected in my office) and my phone (S4) in various...
Summary: Works great, especially considering the internal antennas. I mounted this router in the same spot as our previous device, a WRT54GS with 7dB external antennas. The house has considerably better coverage, even in 802.11g mode.
Good for most home users, with a somewhat counter-intuitive admin tool
8 January 2015
Summary: This is a solid router for most average home users who aren't too demanding. Physically, the device is compact and attractive, with no antennae sticking out, and a small sideways-facing wall adapter that does not block adjacent sockets. It lacks screw holes for wall mounting.