Excerpt: I bought this wireless router to replace an older Linksys router that was on the blink (dropping wi fi connections a few times a day). Assuming all you want this router to do is the basics--connect your home network to the internet--this works just fine. Hook this device up directly to a computer via ethernet cable, and you can run a simple wizard to configure everything. From that point on, your wireless is good to go. 5 stars for that.
Pros: Fast, Fast Connection Speed, Secure Connection
Excerpt: So far so good. Had it up and running within 1/2 hour. Using it for smart TV's as well as some laptops. Downloading movies from Netflix and others no problems. I am pleased so far and feel it was a good price for the product.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast, Fast Connection Speed, Reliable connection
Summary: The original firmware is unstable, I recommend you to either use DD-WRT or OpenWRT. It's so much better. The unit now runs all day every day without any drop connection. The range of 5Gz is weak. I can use it in the same room, but the signal gets really weak when I move to a different room. LAN connection is instantaneously connected when a computer is connected to the network.
Summary: This unit was a bit more difficult to set up this novice but got the job done in 20 minutes. I recommend everyone to get one of these routers. It's like someone opened the faucet all the way and let the data flow. My mbps doubled from 90 to 180. We run two households with one router with zero problems or bottlenecks.
Summary: I replaced an old "g" router that had become pretty inconsistent as far as signal and slow streaming. In addition had added a cell phone which uses voip wifi signal for voice calls (Republic Wireless) when at home. My old router dropped a moderate number of calls. This router was easy to set up and works very, very well with voice calls and streaming data. No dropped calls and very good call quality.