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Very good short-range throughput.
Comprehensive features and Web utility.
Nice exterior design.
WiFi switch on the case.
Large amount of system memory.
Supports a lot of simultaneous connections.
Full-featured router management.
Black is always in.
Draft N v2.0.
No USB port for drive or printer sharing.
Easily soiled and scratchable case.
Not intuitive options of the web interface.
No option to partition wireless traffic.
High throughput variation, especially in 20 MHz mode.
Companion client does not support WPS.
Large difference between up and downlink throughput.
Wireless connection drops with TrendNet wireless adapter.
By PC Advisor on May 26, 2009
The TRENDnet TEW-633GR enjoys very good short-range throughput, has comprehensive features and web utility. But its long-range performance is below par, and theres no USB port for drive or printer sharing. Becky Waring...
By PCWorld on May 25, 2009
This TrendNet router closely resembles the SMC Barricade N ProMax Draft 11n Gigabit Broadband Router SMCWGBR14-N, right down to their user manuals and Web configuration interfaces. Both of these Wi-Fi routers are based on the same U-Media reference...
By BrightHub on February 20, 2009
And here we get to the meat and...
By PC Pro on October 06, 2008
Fast, solid and with a decent range of features, the Trendnet TEW-633GR is a winner....
By X-bit Labs on July 21, 2008
Summing up the results of todays tests, I should say the TEW-633GR router is overall good, yet it proved to be inferior to its opponent, the DIR-655, in terms of speed. A strong aspect of the TEW-633GR is that it can support a large number of...
By PC Mag on June 06, 2008
This is a decent router, with a good software package. But before you can get to the software, youve got to get past the frustrating installation wizard. While it does "n" only in the 2.4-GHz band, performance is adequate, and its available at a...
By Techgage on February 22, 2008
As much as we liked the 631BRP from TRENDnet that we looked at last week, it really didnt do anything for us outside of being a functional router. It was ugly but functional and limited with its 10/100 base Ethernet ports. Taking all of that into...
By SmallNetBuilder on February 12, 2008
Clone of the D-Link DIR-655 with some minor...
By TechRadar on January 31, 2008
TRENDnet has a new look for its router, but things didnt start too promisingly for the router and USB adapter. For starters, the USB adapter didnt install properly with the drivers on the CD, so we had to download revised driver v1.1 from the...
By cnet on December 16, 2007
The TrendNet Wireless N Gigabit Router TEW-633GR is fast, but not as fast as a competing D-Link router, and its easy to use, but not as easy as a Belkin router. Still, we like it for its winning combination of decent throughput and intuitive Web...
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