Summary: Was debating getting this unit or looking into a more expensive unit with better range. At the price point, within 50 feet, this unit is very fast. Although not dual band like some of the more expensive units (only runs on 2.4Ghz) the speed is great and a big improvement over most ISP provided wireless solutions.
Pros: Quick Setup, easy interface/GUI; fast speeds, price compared to other more expensive units.
Cons: Runs hot, no guest access, speed loss at range increases heavily (+50 feet - going outdoors, etc)
Summary: If your not a TECH JUNKIE don't get this router. I disconnected my old LINKSYS 'G" router and installed this new one. 8 hours later I finally got the Wired portion of the router working. I haven't a clue what all the items needing information are on the menus. Three hours later I gave up and re-connected my LINKSYS Router............BINGO it worked with no questions asked. My network was back, access key all as it was before........
Summary: We have been using this router for a couple of years. Thought we would have to replace it when we moved up from Hughesnet (yuck) to Rock Solid Internet. We did not & it still works great! We have a Windows Vista laptop, Windows 7 netbook, 2 iPhones, 1 iPad2 & 1 iPod Touch that all function great with this router! Easy to set up, and we are not computer geeks, so that was important.
Summary: First of all, Amazon.com gets kudos. Great website. We all are so used to expecting Amazon to be fast, friendly, and easy, that we forget how rare and great it is. The product arrived 4 days before it was supposed to, with no fast shipping! Second, Trendnet recommended this product after I used another of their products which I purchased through a craigslist person. It basically was a faulty product, so I asked them which one was the best for a lower price.
Summary: I work as a software developer for internet companies (web hosting), so internet availability is something I know well. That being said, as a demanding user, this wireless router doesn't cut it. It suffers from rather frequently dropped connections. I don't honestly see a good reason to buy this wireless router. If you aren't going to notice its shortfalls, then you should be buying something cheaper anyway.
Summary: I bought it because of great reviews on Amazon. Mine is v.2. Setup was fairly easy and straightforward and got it up and running quickly. It started out with decent speed and range. A couple of days into it, I noticed random drops on both wire and wireless connections. This won't be horrible if we were just browsing web. It is a huge headache for VPN connection. I had to constantly reconnect and log in. Many occasions, I had to reboot or unplug and re-plug the power.
Summary: Seems to be a excellent product so far, it is faster than my former dlink product.I did experience a little problem with the installation but had a computer repair man in for another project so he insalled it with out using the disc which is what was causing my issue.
Cons: Looses configuration randomly. The last time gave itself a random static IP and created problems for my provider who in turn blocked me. It took a couple of days to figure out what was going on. Too late to return, it's going to auction and will be replaced by a non Trendnet router. Customer support said it's normal for a router to loose config after power glitches, so this is what may have happened. Nonsense, I had a WRT54G for several years and worked flawlessly unt...
Summary: If you have problems cause you live in an apartment and there are some spots in which you get really sloppy signal or no-signal at all, well then this Router is perfect for you. Well you have to find a good spot so that the signal can actually reach all the places but the 3 antennas that it has get the job done.
Summary: I wanted stronger wireless coverage and a gigabit router for my network- this does it. I have not had any significant issues at all. Just the very rare mysterious 'not connecting', which a quick reset solves (cable company??). The only 'negative' is I had wanted to use larger antennas, but these are not removable. It does the job.