Summary: The Linksys WAG160N is a feature-rich Wireless-N certified home modem router, that is identical to its sibling the WAG120N in terms of design, build quality and form-factor. Assuring the promise of decent performance with neck-to-neck scores against the WAG120N, it makes a nice product. However, the price tag of Rs. 7,925 is ridiculously expensive and it hardly makes a point in the value for money segment. Although, the street prices could be much lower at this time.
Pros: Ultra-portable and lightweight design, Advanced security features, Highly customisable and user-friendly
Summary: This all-in-one ADSL2+ router is stylish, and it also proved to be reliable in our tests, albeit a little slow. If you shop around, you should be able to find it for $130-$150, which makes it great value.
Pros: Quick and easy-to-use Web interface, QoS, good range of filtering options, LELA is useful
Excerpt: Linksys's previous router designs haven't been subtle, and we can't imagine many people being happy to put one on display in their lounge. The company isn't ignorant of this fact, however. The WAG160N represents a new direction as far as design is concerned. Gone are the sci-fi antennas, and in their place is a minimal, curved case with glossy and matt sections. The device is much smaller, and the LEDs are far less conspicuous than on older versions.