Summary: It is now 3 year old. The interface is bizzare, but works VERY well. At this time, look for AC as (B G N) are phasing out. AC can provide up to 1GHZ but your adapter must support that standard. Still a good buy moving forward past 2014 AC will be the standard for all new WIFI.
Pros: I went 2 years without turning it off. I have many features enabled on it, and it work flawlessly. I have had two other top end home routers that needed to be reset weekly and I go back to this. I bought this in 2009, still using it.
Cons: No USB port for printers or back-up drive (hence trying the two others)
Summary: I'm not completely ignorant when it comes to computer issues but I'm also not a computer genius. When I began watching a large amount of online video on Netflix and other online services I decided to get a new router that was advertised as being fast.
Summary: If you want a wireless router, buy this one. Trendnet makes the best as far as I'm concerned. I've had this for over 3 years and it still works and gives me a great signal. It is definitely worth the money....Quit searching and buy it!
Pros: As far as quality and life of product, this is the router to have. I get a great signal, even when I'm out in the yard. Easy to configure, good security features...just love it.
Pros: -Nice GUI for managing the network -Wireless worked great -Allows a large number of ports to be forwarded
Cons: I've had two of these fail on me in four years. The original one that I bought lasted almost three years before a hardware failure occurred in July of 2013 that prevented the router from obtaining a WAN ip address (the router would only assign 0.0.0.0 to the WAN ip, subnet, and default gateway). ...
Summary: This thing sucked! It worked out of the box but the wireless signal was horrendous. It couldn't get through the walls of my home. Through one wall, I could only get 2 bars where my old Linksys wireless router (before it died) was able to give me full bars from the same spot in my home.