Summary: Only the 5.0 band would work, older devices would not connect to it. Amazon was great in their return policy however though offering a refund if I mailed back the unit. I forgot to do this so I still have the unit but very happy with Amazons support.
Summary: Short verdict: Would give it negative star if there is one. Save yourself some money and look elsewhere! Long Story: Have been using a slow but trusty LinkSys WRT54G for years!!! And its rock solid.
Summary: I've been putting wireless networks together for over 10 years. I've used all of the usual suspects (Belkin, Linksys, Netgear, etc.). I've used TRENDnet routers before for friends and family and was using a TEW-651BR (paid $12) for myself for over 3 years (constant connection) when I decided that I...
Summary: What a Router this Baby SCREAMS SPEED!!!!! The wireless speed is just amazing when paired with TEW-684UB and TEW980MB. The speed is the same as wired connections. When watching a video streaming there is no lag, instant playing of the video. Netflicks loads faster and streams without a hipcup.
Summary: Well, seems very reliable and stable , no dropouts. But the WiFi range is no better then the N Speed model from trendnet it just replaced. Very disappointed in the range. The stand is floppy and weak, and no wall or table mounted screw locations are present for a sturdy mount.
Summary: I set this up as an access point (disabled DHCP)- only wanted to use it for the wireless. About 10 days later I'm having to power cycle it every few hours to keep it online. It locks up for no reason and the wifi dies and you can't log into it.
Summary: In-a-nutshell, it delivers solid, consistent, excellent bandwidth at shorter ranges. Things to remember ... 5GHz is a shorter wavelength than 2.4GHz, so it doesn't go as far. So if you start comparing these dual-band models to other models, and are in a heavy 2.4GHz area like densely packed homes,...