Excerpt: D-Link’s DAP-1522 demonstrates the danger of shopping for a product based on its specs. On paper, this combination bridge/access point sounds as though it could solve just about any wireless coverage problem you might have. In reality, it’s a one-trick pony It’s a dual-band device, meaning it has one radio that operates on the 2.4GHz band and a second radio that runs on the 5GHz band.
Pros: Dual-band 802.11n; dual function (wireless bridge and wireless access point).
Cons: Relatively slow TCP/IP throughput for an 802.11n device; expensive.