Excerpt: The D-Link AirPlus Xtreme G DI-624 more than lives up to its name, delivering astounding throughput when in turbo mode and using highly compressible data traffic. D-Link has created well-written documentation and an intuitive installation wizard for both its router and PC Card. Our only suggestion is that the network configuration information be moved from the appendix to the front of the installation guide, since that configuration is essential for gaining access to the...
Excerpt: This wireless router is easy to install and has an array of features for home and small-office applications. Its remote management and packet traffic statistics go beyond the usual home-focused software. And D-Link has added a "g"-only mode to the unit, making it better suited for densely populated environments.
Excerpt: D-Link continues its tradition of aggressive pricing with the $100 (street) D-Link DI-624 AirPlus Xtreme G Router (which we tested with the company's $60 DWL-G650 PC Card adapter). The router and its configuration utility install effortlessly, as with previous D-Link wireless products. The changes are under the hood in the router, and features and options related to Super G have been added under a new performance tab in the driver.
Excerpt: D-Link's midpriced solution, the D-Link DI-624 router, is easy to install and use and has an array of features for home and small-office applications. Features like remote management and packet traffic statistics go beyond the usual home-focused software, although the security features are not exceptional. And the DI-624 lacks one feature that all the other 802.11g products in this roundup have: "g"-only mode.