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Solid wireless g router, Inexpensive, at ~$40 (USD), Decent range for wireless g, Intuitive and easy setup, ASUS quality.
Very inexpensive: $40$50, Decent hardware, USB printer server
No 802.11n support, Poor documentation, Ugly UI
Control panel is still awfullycolored, Control panel could better organized
By TechwareLabs on December 16, 2009
So, should you buy the WL-520gU for your home network? My answer is: it depends. If you want a box you can set up quickly and forget about, with no extra fiddling, my answer is a definite no. The factory firmware was a complete performance disaster,...
By Techgage on April 03, 2008
Oh, the testing. Our testing method currently for anything network related is a pretty simple process. Take a file, move it to and from the original source and repeat three times. Each upload and download is timed and the three are averaged out with...
By ThinkComputers on March 26, 2008
ASUS makes a decent router as an alternative to the D-Link and Linksys/Cisco routers available on the market. The print server capability is a certain boon to folks who cant decide where to put the printer. I do wish that the device allowed hard...
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