Summary: The Linksys WAG160N is a good-looking and easy to configure router, but you pay a price premium for this convenience. Given that the result is only so-so draft-n performance, weâ€™d look elsewhere.
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: With its latest range of routers, the Linksys design department appears to have thrown away the rule book. The Linksys WAG160N and its sister devices now sport a curvy, sleek, lounge-friendly appearance, quite unlike their boxy predecessors. These smooth lines aren't spoiled by the presence of aerials, either - a pair of 2dBi gain aerials is built into the chassis.