Cisco Linksys E3000 Wireless-N Router
Fast wireless performance with good range.
Easy to setup and configure.
Router set up takes just minutes.
Very fast throughput.
Optimized for Wi-Fi performance.
Static DHCP Leases.
Extremely advanced feature set in stock firmware.
Gigabit Ethernet, fast throughput, a long range, NAS functionality.
Nice set of networking features.
No printer sharing or 3G dongle support.
Setting up shared folders is unnecessarily fiddly.
No print-server capabilities.
Storage management setup awkward to navigate.
No external antennas.
Storage Link performance is less than impressive.
Crap benchmark performance.
NAS feature doesn't support NTFS drives.
Jumbo frames not supported.
No repeating / bridging.
By PC Authority on March 07, 2012
An attractive router with some good features, but not the best when it comes to performance....50
By Good Gear Guide on April 18, 2011
The Linksys E3000 is a good quality router that can simultaneously run 2.4GHz and 5GHz wireless networks. It performed well in our tests and we found it to be reliable throughout our test period. It has good features and it's easy to set up....80
By PC Advisor on April 15, 2011
If you need to add 802.11n wireless to an existing home network, the E3000 is up to the job. But you may find the promised high performance eludes this unit, despite its positioning as a high-end device. We didn’t see three-figure...70
By PCQuest on February 03, 2011
A fairly good performance and Wireless-N technology make it a good buy. Page(s) 1 I am interested in more information about this productI am interested in buying this productPrintCommentEmailDiggDel.icio.usRedditTwitter Linksys Wireless-N USB...-
By GadgetSpeak on January 04, 2011
Once considered only suitable for the experienced user, networks are now being promoted as being straightforward and easy to set up with products such as this new offering from Cisco....84
By The Inquirer on November 24, 2010
There are actually few major internal or external differences between the E3000 and the WRT610N it replaces, the main changes being in the setup and configuration software. Gone is Cisco Network Magic, to be replaced by the Cisco Connect utility...70
By Tech2 on November 22, 2010
The Linksys E3000 is a great product which provides all the features that you would expect from a high end router. It provides good wireless functionality with impressive hardware. But the limited NAS capabilities and disconnection issues make it less...70
By itreviews.com on November 11, 2010
Excellent hardware and easy-to-use software, but it's a shame that the two don't always like talking to each other, and excluding some features from the advanced settings is madness. But apart from this, it's a well-made device with great...-
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...50
By PC Mag on October 15, 2010
If you're looking for a high-end consumer or small-business router, Cisco's E3000 is a great choice. But if you are looking for a top-of-the line NAS, the E3000's is average at best. The E3000 tries to be both things, and its NAS abilities...80