Excerpt: D-Link’s DIR-615 carries a $70 list price, but most of the retailers we checked were selling it for around $40 when we wrote this feature. At that price, this router is an absolute steal. The DIR-615 was slower than our zero-point, Trendnet’s TEW-639GR, in four of our six test locations, but it and the Belkin N Wireless were the only models in this group fast enough to wirelessly stream high-definition video to our media room.
Pros: Cheap; fast enough to stream HD video to our media room; delivered usable bandwidth long-range.
Cons: Lacks the ability to share USB printers and storage devices; unable to operate a guest network.