Billion 7300N BiPAC



Billion 7300N BiPAC

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By ZDNet Australia on 80

The Billion BiPAC 7300N is the little workhorse that could. Between this and the 7800NL we'd have a hard choice deciding, which would essentially come down to the specific features we'd want in a router. We're concerned by the lower than...

By PC Authority on 67

A lot of router for the money, coupled with solid performance....

By Expert Reviews on 100

Billions BiPAC 7300N is one of the most advanced routers weve seen. It can function as an ADSL2+ modem router or connect via Ethernet to a modem, such as for a cable internet connection. Using an Ethernet modem requires setting the router to use...

By CNET Australia on 83

Its not much of a looker, and it struggles in signal strength, but Billions 7300N ADSL2+ Modem/Router has grunt where it really counts....

By Good Gear Guide on 95

Youll get plenty out of this all-in-one unit, which contains an ADSL2+ modem as well as an 802.11 draft-n access point. Its easy to use and best of all, its very well...

By PC Authority on 67

Although its design is no more exciting than a grilled cheese sandwich, the Billion BiPac 7300N is functional and easy to set up....

By APC Magazine on

Billions range for home and small office continues to expand with the BiPAC 7300N. Combining an ADSL 2+ modem, 4-port 10/100 Ethernet switch and wireless access point, it covers most of the bases for home users and small offices.Starting at the...