Summary: 1. Only 2 10/100 Ethernet ports (+1 for WAN connectivity)
Pros: Normal retail for this product, at the time of this writing, is $30 which is great bang for your buck! I use this router for traveling (since most hotels offer wired Internet access) since I have multiple devices which use wireless which I don't want blocked or monitored by a hotel. It is small and easy to travel with and packs a boat load of features given the price point.
Cons: While the cons below are correct, they aren't surprising given the price point:
Summary: bought this to use as a bridge for my home theater, was very unstable but when it was working, speed was enough to stream FLAC files... for the price it's still alot better than a wireless G router IMO so if you don't have many things to actually plug (wire) into it then it's probably a good buy, then you can have wireless to your smartphone, tablet, TV, laptop, etc.
Pros: Excellent no-fuss wireless AP, with very low power consumption. Dead simple setup -- newest firmware July/2013. Cheap, good range, excellent N150 performance. Typical connect speed in our house is 60-80mbits/sec.
Cons: Not compatible with DD-WRT or Tomato. But not really an issue.
Summary: Got these for under $12. Awesome deal, only has two physical ports but not a big deal it yer planning to use mostly wireless. Signal is good, even though antenna is internal and I haven't had to reboot it yet. Awesome value, I have bought 4 so far.
Summary: Bought this one to install at a friend place. He has more than enough with 2 ports and 100 mbits but it's a thing to consider if you have multiple wired computer or need the extra speed. The UI is impressive for a router that price. The wireless speed is good and stable. Really awesome router for the price.
Pros: Price, Good UI, Good speed (wired and wireless)
Summary: I bought this on sale two weeks ago for my Mother-in-law and finally set it up yesterday. The set up took all of 10 minutes most of which was opening the package and reading the instructions. The actual setup was a breeze. I have nothing yet to report performance-wise but her new laptop is now connected and she is surfing away without a hiccup.
Pros: - cheap, a new wireless router for $11.49 can't be beat, - easy to set up, - free shipping
Summary: Opening the box, the first thing I noticed was a Cat-5 cable for this router. Yes, not Cat-5e. Though it likely will not make much difference using it to connect to your broadband. The simple clean design is appealing, with wall mount screw holes on the back (no screws). What is very nice about their setup (not the CD setup) is that you don't have to know the IP address of the device, it has a hostname.
Pros: I wanted an access point for the family room: the Comcast cable modem/wireless router is at one end of the house with several walls between it and the family room. Although it doesn't specifically say anywhere in the product specs on Newegg or the mfg's website, I took a chance and ordered one. By turning off DHCP and the firewall and giving it a static IP, it is functioning effectively as an access point. And for $18.83 on sale, it is a steal!