Summary: Small, ease of use, stable.. what more can you wish for.. Great value for given price.. but! only downplay with it is - chinese firmware.. there is no way to install eng firmware in it. So - if you dont mind to play with google translate - go for it.
Pros: Can be run in 4 modes. AP, Router, Bride, Repeater. I only have used the AP mode so far and it works flawlessly. It is also very easy to configure, despite what the other reviews have mentioned. Their is a detailed set of instructions on the cd it comes with for a beginner. However the bottom of the device has the information needed for a professionally to quickly glance at and set up.
Summary: I travel a lot visiting clients, and sometimes presentation rooms or hotels only have wired Ethernet connections. This pocket router is very small and light, making it perfect for travel. It works right off the box without configuration, but if you want to use the advanced functions the configuration is all browser-based. My only complaint is that to access the configuration you need to set up a fixed IP, but 90% of people never need to go there anyway.
Summary: I can see how it can be confusing for novice users to setup as the instructions are lacking. The paper guide is in Spanish and there is a "Quick Installation" guide that is included in English. However, there is a more detailed English manual included on the mini-CD in PDF format. However, inexperienced users may still find themselves on Google to fill some some gaps in their knowledge that the instructions may not cover. Experienced users should have no issues.
Pros: Price, size, functionality, and overall usefulness on the go are all top pros for this device. You can run it in several different modes of operation to fit different needs. This makes the device VERY versatile.
Cons: No operational cons. The unit worked great in my testing.
Pros: Super configurable - see the description. This thing is TINY. Think of a deck of cards - now cut that in half. The power adapter (USB type) is nearly as big as the router. Also included is a small flat ethernet cable - although both are on the short side.
Cons: printed user guide in spanish. user guide on the included cd - although it is a mini cd so some people won't be able to use it...
Summary: The Quick Installation Guide was in English, but there is no information on how to get to the device's config page without looking at the detailed guide. And believe you me, first time users, you will be reading the guide!
Pros: I had to hang onto the Nano for a few weeks before I could believe all the claims this tiny box makes without any reliability issues. I've got to say, I am impressed -- so much that I named the AP SSID "Pocket Rocket". No drop-outs and it basically does exactly what it says it does and more.
Cons: Out of the box, setting it up could be a bit of a head-scratcher for some people. The detailed installation guide was all in Spanish. Thankfully you can follow the pictures and figure out what needs to be done, but only if you know what you're looking for.