Reviews and Problems with Belkin N1 Wireless Desktop Card
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N1 when it wants to
5 October 2013
Summary: The router is mediocre at best. It would cut in and out as you would be on the internet. Even when you would move your computer 2 feet from the router it still would have issues. When it would work the speeds were great and the service was great.
Summary: We own two MacBooks (2.4 GHz) and several other wireless devices at the house. I've owned several wireless routers and access points over the years from various manufacturers. I assumed that this router - with the three discriminating antennas, pretty display screen on the front and a little command...
Summary: I purchased this router from Fry's about 8 months ago. It's super easy to set up and gets EXCELLENT distance. A neighbor that lives in a building about three hundred feet from my building is able to pick up a moderately strong signal.
Summary: This router is probably well suited for your average user. It is easy to setup and from my experience has great range. I've had the device for about a year and have replaced it with my old linksys wrt54G due to the below issues.
Very Good router, some flaws *Update: Firmware issues on Version 1000*
J. Gutierrez, Amazon
19 March 2008
Summary: Well, I have been testing the N1 for a couple of weeks and I can say that is a very good wireless router with good performance, also nice looking. I have found the LCD display very useful, as many others.
Summary: My Netgear MIMO router with lots of blinking blue lights got me hypnotized one evening and made me wonder if a company would ever make a router with a LCD display to show if someone has somehow logged onto my LAN without permission.
Excerpt: Purchased the N1 as I needed a larger range, and this certainly does deliver on that. I have even configure my friends who lives 4 doors down and her laptop picks up my signal. The only thing I can fault is the fact that they have 3 aerials, it does just seem a tad unnecessary in my opinion.
Belkin Desktop Card: Just good, nothing more, nothing less
21 February 2009
Excerpt: After using a laptop for many years I turned to a desktop but I wanted to maintain my wireless capabilities. So I opted to go for a decent desktop card so I went for the reputable belkin brand. In all this is a good card and antenna set.
Pros: Good range, reliable
Cons: Short antenna cable + strange connection between card + antenna