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Pros: Bright & adjustable focus, seems sturdy
Cons: does not have nuke power so it needs batteries
Other Thoughts: powered by 3aaa or a lithium rechargeableREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: The wired section worked well and seemed to be fast enough for video streaming. I installed tomato on it through trial & error.
Cons: The unit crashed the 5ghz section running the stock firmware after a few hours. Also no ddwrt version for this hardware. After installing tomato i was running for a few days with no crashes but the wireless speed was really slow maybe for a average wireless G unit. I read several reviews on all routers and it seems the failure rate is about 50% and to top it off re-certified units appear to be quick tested to see if they turn on because this is my second re-certified asus product that works but most certainly does not operate at anything close to what it should do. I replaced it with another brand a new one this time that is working with acceptable speed so far.
Other Thoughts: Installing tomato i had to plug a cable into to the wan port to get to the recovery connection to install tomato. Also tomato has usb port options enabled by default and if you uncheck them you will not have a 5gig band on the wireless. Maybe that is the speed problem as other controls may not be what they are labeled as,so maybe i will play with it someday. Also my unit was a newer version than the original. Asus RT-N53 A1, Broadcom BCM5357 chip rev 2 pkg 8, CPU Freq 500MHz, Flash Size 8MB.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works as it should
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: I have a few of these all from different sellers. The one i purchased here was fully working. Of the others one leaks and another had a intermitting charger. All the parts are interchangable so I am all set. The one i got here was the best deal too!READ FULL REVIEW