Summary: Ok to get straight to the point about this, One star - heck yeah and that was because it looks pretty! Functionality of plugging it in and logging on was not as straight forward as the packaging suggests. The box states it is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X.
Summary: I bought this to replace a Belkin N router that was 3 years old as I thought that buying a new product from a premium brand would improve performance. The router was extremely easy to set up and everything seemed fine, all my devices connected OK.
Pathetic weak wi-fi, slow initialisation, very poor performance
6 February 2012
Summary: I chose this router to replace my NetGear N300 as it was recommended by a more knowledgeable friend. The reviews seemed mixed so I hesitated initially but eventually went with it. It was very easy to install although the installation instructions didn't allow for the delay for the router to start up...
After a few months of living with it, from bad to worse
6 February 2012
Summary: I am downgrading the rating I initially gave this (which wasn't exactly brilliant to start with). After a few weeks of living with this, I am now shopping for a new router. I initially gave this an "OK" but it's now just plain rubbish. The firmware on these is a disaster.
Summary: I bought the X3500 to replace the truly mediocre BT home hub 2 but had to revert back to the HH after a week of trouble and finding myself fiddling with settings I never wanted to fiddle with.
Poor quality from Linksys. X3000 DSL wireless router
6 November 2011
Summary: I am a computer professional, and when I wanted to upgrade my home network, I thought that paying the extra for Cisco/Linksys would give me a high quality product. Unfortunately I was sadly let down.