Summary: The router does all that should do according to the specification but it is not very simple to configure. Follow the manual and use your experience. Very small and very capable. Not a long range router.
Summary: I agreed with J. Gould and Y. Chen's comments. Most of the time, products from Japan are quite good. But I have to say, definitely not true for routers. I usually get routers from D-Link or Linksys. But my friends and family like to get routers from other vendors like Netgear (poor support), Buffalo and now Planex! That shouldnt be a problem if I dont have to help them configure those poorly designed products.
Summary: This should be a standard accessory for frequent travelers. I have been using it as AP during my business trips to get wireless internet connection in hotel rooms for 2 months now. Never lost a connection, not even once. Setup was simple and easy. I regret I didn't get it much much earlier. I was considering buying an Apple AirPort Express, but the salesman at the store recommended this. I am so glad he did.
Summary: Work as expected, very small and nice feature to have functionality as Router or Access Point. The wireless security need more fine tuning as it is not straightforward to use just simple WEP key security.
Summary: I have setup several routers and access points before, and consider myself considerably knowledgeable about technology.I purchased this when it was only $30 as an alternative to the Microsoft wireless adapter for my xbox 360. I didn't have especially high hopes because of the price, but I thought it would work. The documentation and all wording was obviously done by non-english speakers.
Summary: I bought this as an alternative to the expensive Microsft wifi adapter for the Xbox 360. I purchased it in February and have been using it ever since with no problems what so ever. The initial set up was little confusing but I was able to figure it out and has been working excellent since. For anyone looking for an alternative wifi adapter for you Xbox 360, PSP and others this is the way to go.
Summary: I travel with quite a few devices to places with limited internet service and often no wireless service needed for me to easily access my I-Pod Touch. Since I travelled with a friend, this device was great: it's small, it works. I was in a rush so couldn't figure out how to set up the device on my CD-driveless netbook computer. A friend was able to do so after some trial and error, but the instructions were not clear to either of us (we were in a mad rush).
Summary: After 8 days of waiting. The tiny cute box finally arrived in my mail box. I was too excited to try it out since I was eager to have a device like this for my traveling. I travel a lot for my own business and I need to use my laptop and Vonage at the same time at the hotel room. This device,if it works, will get great companion to me. However, more excitement, more disappointment. I have been spending hours trying to make the router work but it just did not work at all.
Amazing router / AP / bridge / repeater for the price!
D. Chung, Amazon
2 November 2009
Summary: I have always use Linksys before I run across this by accident, and for $32 this is a great little gem for all of your travel wireless needs. This device can function as a router, an access point, a wireless bridge back to wire connection, or as a signal repeater. It is about 2/3 the size of the iPod classic, and the AC adapter supports both 110/240 and it is about 1 x 1.5 inches.