Summary: I bought this product after some serious searching. I was going to China for 1 month and would be living in hotels most of the time. Most China hotels will provide ethernet internet for free, but make guest pay for wireless internet access.
Summary: The product itself is well made however I believe it was more meant for sitting in the middle of a table and sharing the internet connection amongst the people in the immediate area. I tried to use this to extend my wireless range in my house and was dissapointed.
Summary: Reading the reveiws wasn't sure if this would work. I wanted to extend the range of my wifi out to the garage, where I sit to smoke the occasional cigar, while reading or surfing on my ipad. The wifi siganl was so poor that i'd usually give up and just read my book.
Summary: Pros: This is an excellent product that is perfect for the traveller. If you have multiple wireless devices it's great for connecting into a hotel network cable LAN to offer your own personal wifi.
Summary: I'm not a super techie by any means but I get by & figure things out pretty well. I'm often called to help my non-techie family & friends when they have problems. This is a good wireless router (among it's other features) for home and travel.
Fantastic Product - Exactly what I was looking for
D. Tuma, Amazon
3 October 2011
Summary: I owned a Linksys WTR54GS travel router for several years. My use of that router was spotty: sometimes it worked just fine; other times I would spend an hour or two cursing at the router before giving up.
Summary: Bought this for my Onkyo HT-RC360 reciever after reading an article on CNET that discussed alternate ways to connect your ehtranet enabled devices that do not have built in Wifi so that I could listen to internet radio via my Onkyo reciever (and to a lesser extent, stream music from my computer -...
ASUS WL-330gE makes a terrific travel router! easy to use and great quality!
Elle "Mahalo", Amazon
10 June 2011
Summary: I got the ASUS WL-330gE to use as a router while traveling. I often stay at hotels where the wifi is great in the lobby but not in the rooms. I don't want to sit at the desk on a plugged in laptop with the family waiting for their turn.
Summary: We have a DirecTV whole house DVR inconveniently located nowhere near Ethernet. It took about 5 minutes to change the configuration on the ASUS to an Ethernet adapter using Firefox on my Mac. It connects easily to my Verizon Mifi 2200.