Reviews and Problems with Belkin N1 Wireless Notebook Card
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Chris Smith "Tech Guy", Amazon
29 September 2013
Summary: This router is not reliable, crashes all the time and then it failed completely and would even boot - just out of warranty of course!! I'm not the only one with these issues neither - my cousin had exactly the same router and his was also very temperamental and then failed too after less than a...
Excerpt: This thing is perfect for everyday use in a laptop, i can anywhere in my space, including my garden and still get the strongest connection possible this is due to the fact that my wireless sender only sends 54m/s with this taken into consideration the range is fantastic and the speed is way higher...
Good features but very unreliable in the long term.
R. J. Barrow, Amazon
16 April 2009
Summary: I have been using the N1 Vision since it was launched. It replaced an old BT router\wireless router combo. For the first 8 months or so the router worked perfectly, able to handle everything I threw at it.
Summary: Ordered yesterday, paid for express delivery, received today. As always Amazons service is amazing! I have 4 belkin routers all linked together and have now decided to replace them with 802.11n routers.
Summary: Very easy to set up, but that's where it ends. Frequent hiccups connecting to the internet, requiring reboots of router and/or modem. Slow reboot time. I eventually got the remote PC's to connect more or less continuously, but I would hardly describe the result as superb.
Summary: This router is very stylish looking. Apart from that it's a normal wireless router, except for the fact that it crashes/freezes too often to make it in any way reliable. Avoid - go for something cheaper and more basic that'll never crash or freeze. Preferably without the word Belkin on the front.
Summary: I bought this router on the strength of a number a of reviews but unfortunately it proved maddening. For almost a month I tried to get consistent performance from it before sending it back and plumping for a Netgear solution instead.