Pros: Works with Windows 7 64 bit (be sure to download the latest driver from Linksys website). Dual band 802.11N (although I don't have an N router to test this part out yet) Comes with a USB cord and stand so you can place the dongle in a position that gets good reception (as opposed to an internal PCI/PCI-E card). Looks cool.
Summary: I would and have recamended this router to friends.
Pros: The E-3000 is a great router.It was very easy to set up and has good software.I am currently in network security school but you don't have to know much to set it up.I have a home network of 3 computers and a xbox 360 all hooked up to the E-3000 and have a wireless printer.I use a pci card in two and the linksys usb that came with the base and cable,I get full bars reception on all.Also a selling point for me was the fact that this router is also in use in one of my ne...
Cons: The only thing I can think off is it dose run a little warm but I have had no problems with it.
Summary: I have been using two of these for 1.5 months now, one on a XP Pro and the other on a Win 7 64-bit installation without a single problem. These were very easy to install and configure(pretty much automatic). I connect to a LinkSys 610 wireless router that is two rooms away (about 22') with 5 GHz signal strength "good" I don't seem to have any access speed issues. The 2.4 GHz comes in as "very good".
Summary: 5 stars to Cisco-Lynksys WUSB600N!!!!! Been having a huge problem with Dlink DWA 160 HW Ver B1 FW ver 2.00 adapter dropping wireless connection all the time (every 5 or 10 minutes), large downloads fail, web pages stop loading, etc. Using DLINK 655 wireless router. "Received Deauthentication Token", "wireless system with MAC address ... associated, wireless system with MAC address ... linked" entries endlessly in wireless router log.
Pros: Simple set up, USB extension lets me to put the antenna for the best reception. Dual band - 5ghz and 2.4ghz. I have 5ghz setup for my PC networking, and 2.4 ghz for legacy (consoles, etc) separate to optimize the throughput speed. Worked out great.
Cons: Wasn't plug-and-play for Windows 7 32bit. Download the windows 7 driver first before installing it. And no, I wouldn't even touch the cd it came with it. ;) 5ghz signal reception is steady 4-5 bars, however I expected steady 5 bars, because it only goes through 1 dry wall, and it's literally sitting 3ft away from the router - sans the wall. Perhaps it's 5ghz issue.