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...80