Summary: To begin, let me give a bit of background info. I have used and setup numerous wireless routers/modem/switches and I am, unfortunately, a labeled geek. But this is my first wireless N router that I use myself so comparisons to other N routers is a bit moot here. I did do research about this particular router before making the purchase and it's a great balance between functions and cost.
Summary: This is the best router I've ever dealt with. Simple user interface and lightning fast connectivity. I highly recommend this router to anyone looking to employ wireless repeaters. I had 3 of these bad boys running on one network and the coverage was phenomenal.
Summary: I've used two of these routers--one at home and one at my office. Set up was fairly easy with or without the CD set-up disk, the security features/firewall are excellent, the range of signal is very good, and I've never had a "dropped connection" since I've owned this router. TRENDnet got this one right!!
Summary: Pros: 1ghz wan & 4 Lan connections! Ultra easy setup via CD or IP...YOU CAN FILTER ONLY (or both) WIRELESS and LAN MAC addy's!! Came with latest firmware, but if your's doesn't, go get it! Played online video games and ran torrents while gaming, also have had 4 comptuers (wired) gaming, 2 wireless laptops running Facebook and NO LAG!!! Took out my dlink dgl4300 for this one and it was well worth it!! ULTRA fast performance on downloads and network transfers! SOLID!
Summary: I've had this Trendnet, after I came to Amazon, and looked at the great reviews on this product. My first wireless router was an AGB band Linksys. That thing was always dropping out. This one has NEVER dropped out. In fact, when my motherboard went on my computer, I bout a Windows 7 equipped one ( that I just got today), and this router didn't even need to be reconfigured. My Linksys would have had to be.
Summary: I've had this router for over 8 months and it works great. I have one computer (Windows XP) connected with a cable, one (Windows XP) connecting wirelessly, a Wii, Playstation3, and blu-ray player all using the router. For my internet connection, I have a cable modem. The reason I bought this model was because I needed to VPN to work from my wired computer while the other one was still connected to the internet; my previous router, the Linksys WRT54G2, wouldn't do that.
Summary: I've owned the TEW-633GR for two months and it hasn't failed me once. Very stable, easy setup, excellent range in our 57 year old home with thick walls and multi-levels. I also noticed that when I am wired to this router it seems to be faster then my previous router. I did read somewhere that the firmware is tweaked this way (for ethernet). I like this because I am usually wired when I work from home.
Summary: A perfect wireless router for personal use. I had it connected to my computer, wireless laptop, wireless printer, and wireless PS3 without any flaws or drops in service. It may cost a little more than standard Wirless N routers but the extra price comes with a wide range of adjustable network properties, multiple channels for older networks, and a certain quality the product exudes just by standing there.