Impressive hardware specs.
Third party firmware support.
Decent range and throughput.
Dual USB ports.
Support from DDWRT community.
The Asus RT-N16 multifunction wireless router has impressive specs including Gigabit Ethernet and two USB ports.
Supports the IEEE 802.11n standard.
Single band only.
No guest network.
No DLNA compliant media server.
USB ports don't provide enough power for bus-powered portable hard drives.
When running Asus' stock firmware, the router is buggy and has an unstable wireless signal.
Slightly oversize profile.
Does get quite warm to the touch.
Low file sharing speed.
Middle of the pack wireless performance.
Help and documentation for advanced features needs improvement.
Slower than competing routers when covering longer distance.
Canít share a multifunction printerís scanner or fax functions over the network.
No UPnP media server.
By Motherboards.org on April 29, 2011
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By TweakNews on January 17, 2011
For a sub-$100 router, the RT-N16 is an excellent choice for both beginners and enthusiasts alike. The UI is easy to work with and setting up secure wireless Internet access is a cinch even for those without advanced networking skills. For those who...-
By Maximum PC on October 27, 2010
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By Kitguru.net on September 24, 2010
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By Maximum PC on September 15, 2010
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By cnet on August 30, 2010
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By Vortez on June 30, 2010
As Ive said through the review, the RT-N16 is a feature packed router and despite having a premium price it is a premium router. Whether you simply want a router that provides a simple stable internet connection or if you would rather dive into...-
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
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By Benchmark Reviews on May 02, 2010
Where performance is concerned the ASUS RT-N16 has shown that wireless speeds can match wired speeds, albeit not consistently but the wireless speeds achieved are still very good. The fact that it has a 533Mhz CPU and 128mb ram made me giggle a...86
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