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Pros: works well
Cons: disappointing that a "Pro" device will allow only 25 connections. This information is buried in the manual under "Load Balancing".READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Price; Interface
Cons: I put this in AP mode. Cannot get more 1 megabit/second down plugged directly into the modem using Speedtest.net. Wired connection to a computer through a different router and a switch produces 30.73 mbps down / 5.8mbps up -- so, the throughput loss is dramatic.READ FULL REVIEW
Cons: If you take the time to read the description, you might think the product is junk -- based on the product description, which is junk:
The Rosewill RNX-N360RT wireless router offers you a great choice for connecting multiple computers to Internet or building a small Local Area Network at your home or office. You [YOUR] desktop PCs and laptops can share the Internet connection wirelessly or through 4x Gigabit Ethernet ports. Enjoy the peace of mind with an array of security features that promises [PROMISE] maximized network protection you can rely on. SST dramatically increases link robustness and stability. CCA improves wireless performance while automatically avoiding channel conflicts. Use parental control function to manage the internet access of children or employee’s computer [CHILDREN OR EMPLOYEE COMIPUTERS]. Auto-mail function for system log is convenient for managing the router.
In the chart, "bandwidth" is used in two different ways. The first use is incorrect: Bandwidth != 2.4ghz. Band or Frequency = 2.4ghz.
Really, if simple English language constructs and correct use of terms on a technical project are lacking, why would anyone think that product is is any better constructed? I don't, which is why I won't even bother order what appears to be a decent deal.