Summary: I got this to replace my Linksys WRT54G wireless router. Loaded the CD, followed the prompts, did the router firmware flash upgrade and presto! Had to do some minor configuring on the laptop, but once that was done, the router works very well all over the house.
Summary: Overall, I wanted to investigate looking into a Wireless-N router that was not only cheap, but could be flashed with linux firmware and enhance its potential. Standard linksys firmware by all means, sucks.
Summary: The router is as good as any other router I've had. This one didn't come with any manuals (don't know why), but instead had a CD with a setup program which was supposed to help you set up the router. The wizard was worthless.
Summary: Initially the WRT150N was great, Installation was a breeze. I then found out that when using with my laptop at home, it would drop the wireless connection for no reason. Evidently this has occured to many people. See the Linksys user form on problems with the WRT150N.
Summary: I was replacing my existing Linksys G router with an N router, and since I was happy with my old Linksys, I thought why not try a new Linksys. I received it and setup was very easy - it is indeed smaller than my old G version.
Summary: At first everything was fine. But after a few weeks, I could not keep a connection. I have 2 computers and one uses a VPN - I was booted off a couple of times per day. Then I read on the Linksys website that unless you have updated to an N adapter, you do not have the advantage of the increased...
Summary: This is not my first wifi router, and I bought it to replace a flakey, four year old D-link unit that needed to be reset several times a day. So far after about a year's use, I haven't had any problems with either PCs or Macs on my home network.
Summary: Had trouble getting wireless internet access setup on my Dell Inspiron E1505 with an Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN. Took several attempts before it finally allowed me to get internet access wirelessly.