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: 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: 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.
Summary: I needed a wireless router for my apartment so I looked up the cheapest device I could find. A few days later, I have a well packaged, neatly organized product in my PO box. The device comes with two manuals; a quick start-up guide in English and a small booklet in Spanish. The company highly recommends using the included mini CD for a quick, automatic setup.