"No documentation for setup, no help number listed"
29 December 2011
Pros: After the hours of frustrating setup, the router might work
Cons: Useless documentation, no number to call, no pw for setup site. Found help number with iphone, helped set up 2.4GHZ band. But left unprotected 5GHz connection available to all. 5GHz setup failed, had to disable "broadcast SSID" for 5GHZ connection.
Summary: After a firmware upgrade I am now getting two bars (Woo hoo!). I was going to return it but I figured that after shipping and the 10 or 15% restocking fee why bother. I also thought about buying the TrendNet TEW-684UB adapter, but I shouldn't have to buy adapters so this thing can to do what it should do right out of the box. Not to mention that I would have to buy 3 at $58 bucks each.
Pros: Small foot print, Blazing fast when is setup in Line of Sight (LOS) . Extremely easy to setup. Fast shipping as usual.
Cons: Where do I begin? Upon receiving it, I noticed that compare to the Asus RT-N16 this thing is tiny. There is nothing wrong with my old router, but I like to keep up with technology as much as possible. After installing most of my computers and devices to the network I was impressed with the speed but noticed that on my laptop I had four out of five bars and my laptop was only 15 feet from device with LOS). I then moved to my kids computer. One had 3 out of 5 bars and t...