Two USB ports.
Good range on the 2.4GHz band.
Slug slow NAS performance.
DLNA compliant media server runs on a host PC, not the router.
By Web User on August 08, 2011
The Belkin Play Max N600 HD is a great router, offering high-end features in an easy-to-use package. It isn’t the fastest of the routers on test but it’s up there with the best – you get superb performance with only a slight drop-off...100
By Macworld Australia on July 13, 2011
Routers are a standard household appliance. In fact, we’d guess that more routersare sold each year than toasters.The modern network router is a complex device that needs to take an inbound network connection – usually from a cable or ADSL...80
By Craving Tech on June 08, 2011
The Belkin Play Max N600 HD Wireless N Dual-Band Router is a router that is suitable for those who don’t want to get their hands dirty on manual configurations or don’t know much about networking. You simply open the package, follow the...-
By TechRadar on May 19, 2011
Although the award for cheapest router of the day sadly can't go to the Belkin Play Max N600 HD – the TP-Link TL-WR1043ND has most other routers licked in that regard – it nevertheless offers the greatest range of features and the best...80
By Appletell on February 26, 2011
Play N600 HD. Bear in mind, though, that all of my network devices are from Apple and Nintendo. Routers...100
By Maximum PC on October 27, 2010
Today's premium Wi-Fi routers push the boundaries of design, features, and range You’ve been getting by with the cheapie router you bought two years ago, so why should you upgrade now? In a word: Performance. And features. Oh, sorry. That’s two...70
By Maximum PC on September 15, 2010
Homey don't play dat The Belkin Play Max’s claim to fame was a fat set of hardware features and a generous collection of apps that ran not on the router but on client PCs connected to the router. In relaunching the Play Max as the Play N600...70