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Pros: This router is very easy to set up IF you know how to set up QOS,
The price is very attractive compared to the products it competes against,
Has the ability to set up three separate SSIDs and conceal them so that
the only visible network is the one you allow for your guests (kids)
This router reboots fast compared to some of the other brands,
The range and speeds for both bands are what you would expect. (AC1200)
The status LEDS on the front of the router are not overly bright.
Flashing the firmware is painless and retains all your settings.
Cons: If you enable QOS for your streaming devices and leave the defaults in place, your internet
speeds with be reduced to a crawl. Some of these reviewers seem to have done that.
Please note that the defaults are in KILObits...not MEGAbits.
The default SSIDs and passwords are cumbersome and definitely need to be changed.
This router does get a bit warm with many users and high bandwidth allocation. It might
be that the main chip is not heat sinked adequately. Better have a ventilated location.
The setup menu requires that you reboot the router after every single setting change.
You can not make all the needed changes to the settings then save it as is the normal way
If you want to install DD-WRT it voids your 3 year warranty. What a Grinch!
The wall wart is horizontal, not vertical, so it will block an outlet on a surge strip.
Other Thoughts: All in all this router is very much worth it's price, The not so few cons can all be overcome
with patience and general networking knowledge. Only time will tell if the router has the
longevity we all want for our time and money. Please note that his router ships with the settings
such that it will work right out of the box with security in place, but if you want passwords you
can remember or have special network requirements, you have those options as well.
Pros: Great drives whenever they get delivered
Cons: Ordered early July 23 and it now July 30 and no sign of
Other Thoughts: Strange how free shipping turns out to be your fault
when it does not get here on time.
This review is from: Brother MFC-J450dw 6000 x 1200 dpi USB / Wireless Duplex InkJet MFP Color Printer
Pros: The price and yield per ink cartridge advertised were attractive.
Cons: The printer could not be recognized by any of the office machines by USB.
Other Thoughts: It would really be nice if these printer were actually checked before they went out the doorREAD FULL REVIEW