Summary: I've had Netgear, Linksys, D-link routers, and besides the prices, this router was the best in terms of setup, speed and reliability. I've actually noticed the difference in surfing speed. I've probably had this running for about at least 4 years, and it's still going strong. The only problem that I'm having with this now is that for some reason, this router doesn't work with the Checkpoint VPN at my new work location. It just would not connect to VPN.
Summary: I ought this router one year ago, it was very cheap but it is working very good, I have wireless notebook, IPad and IPhone all are getting wifi from this little thing, how amazing how it works.
Summary: Very inexpensive router. I've had it for two years now and it's still working just great. I've had no problems with it at all. No reason to purchase much more expensive routers when something like this performs just as well.
Summary: I bought it about a month ago and I have 5 devices using it max at any one time and it handles the traffic great. Physically it is a small router which I also like because it takes up less space of course. What impressed me the most is the extra step in customer service from the manufacture to ensure that I am pleased with this product. I wish more companies would do the same.
Summary: I am in Trinidad and Tobago and purchased this item because it was too expensive to purchase here. It is really affordable. I am not a tech person so I was a bit worried in setting it up. When I received the item, I opened it, popped in the resource and was able to set it up in minutes.Works well also with my Blackberry mobile phone. I would recommend this product for your basic browsing and internet related needs.
Summary: Definitely worth the money. Not a gaming router by any means, but it got the job done. The driver that came with it is user friendly and it was up and running fifteen minutes. I would definitely buy another.
Summary: It is incredibly easy to set up. It covers a wide area with the WiFi. It has a splitter for 4 wired connection. Recommended 10/10 times. Not as aesthetically pleasing as a $120 router, let me go cut my veins real quick- what suffrage. Anyway, here's how you set it up: Plug in charger, plug in LAN in WAN and internet source. Plug in all cables in any of the 4 sources you choose.