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Decent but not great pricing; easy setup and decent wireless range.
I donít know why they have their own firmware. If it were my company, I would have just concentrated on the hardware and selected dd-wrt for the firmware. There are a few people working on getting dd-wrt working on this router, so it may get a bum
By Gear Diary on January 22, 2009
Draft N routers have been around for a while. In fact, right before Thomas from USBfever e-mailed us about this router, I had already purchased a Netgear version. When this one came out, I decided to check it out to see how well it would work here...
By Good Gear Guide on May 19, 2008
As far as wireless networking is concerned, this router is exceptional value. You get 802.11 draft-n capability, along with MIMO antenna technology, all for a street price considerably less than $150. Best of all, it was reliable in our tests and...
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