Data transfer speed.
Allows simultaneous connections.
Incredible granularity in configuration.
No need to restart for most configuration changes.
Good routing performance.
Good wireless performance.
Internal antenna design.
Supports both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz Draft N simultaneously.
Network-attached storage functionality.
Supports Wi-Fi-Protected Setup.
True dual-band N.
Great LELA software.
Antenna can't be tweaked
Mac setup tool not mature.
WPS incompatible with Leopard.
Basic storage control failures.
File sharing broken.
Cant set channel in Auto mode.
No jumbo frames.
Large periodic throughput dropouts.
Short one-year warranty.
2.4GHz close-range and mixed-mode throughput could be better.
USB storage configuration could be easier.
No print server.
By 5FWD on September 30, 2011
The Linksys by Cisco WRT610N is a great choice as a replacement router. It's a dual-band device, and features like a USB key and the ability to stream movies make it an impressive media hub. Linksys by Cisco WRT610N is tagged with Linksys by Cisco...80
By Craving Tech on November 08, 2010
Linksys WRT610N is a simultaneous dual-N band router. Traditionally, wireless connections were done only on the 2.4 GHz band – which means most of your wireless devices such as your phones, mouse, keyboard, and others are sharing the same crowded...-
By Tom's Hardware UK on April 20, 2010
Under its gleaming hood, the WRT610N sports four gigabit Ethernet ports, custom QoS settings according to program and port range, and a single USB port for external storage. With this, you can create...-
By PC Pro on March 17, 2010
Fast and with good range in both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands. An excellent all-round router...83
By PCWorld India on February 04, 2010
The Linksys WRT 610N wireless router performs quite well, with its speeds within the coverage area. There are no adjustable external antennae, so you so you cannot adjust them for best speed and range according to your own usage environment. This is...80
By ComputerPowerUser on January 01, 2010
What’s unusual is Linksys’ dual-band performance. Simultaneous dual-band means the router can communicate to one client (or more) on the 2.4GHz band and another on 5GHz. The two bands can’t be bonded for a single client, but you can, for example, put...90
By PCQuest on August 01, 2009
Today, many organizations provide notebooks or other Internet surfing devices to their employees to enhance productivity. Now to sustain a wireless network that can support these devices, one should choose...-
By BCCHardware on June 29, 2009
Linksys is not a new name in the home networking market and their parent company, Cisco, has roots that run deep in the enterprise market. They are often one of the first names many people think of when it comes to home networking and today we have...92
By BrightHub on May 19, 2009
Netgears RangeMax failed me when it came to signal strength; as much as I wanted to avoid Linksys brand of routers, I was left with no other choice but to go with what I knew would likely work best, and that was the Linksys Simultaneous Dual-N Band...100
By PC Authority on February 12, 2009
Although it’s not a screamer at short range, the good long-range performance (at 5GHz at least) makes the Linksys WRT610N an attractive choice...83