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Pros: Easy to use. Does what it is supposed to.
Cons: To use properly you really need to go online and get the directions.
Very easy to use too much.
Other Thoughts: Very good product.
Here is a link to the directions.
Pros: Looks great, has plenty of fan plug-ins built into the motherboard.
Cons: Can't get into the BIOS... EVERYTHING I try doesn't work. I returned one thinking it was defective, but I'm having the same problem with another one. Absolutely horrible BIOS if you want to use an operating system other than Windoz$ 8 or 10.
I have tried control+alt+delete to restart, then press delete. It just locks up... I have tried F11 and get nothing... I have tried powering off and then press delete (and F110 on fresh boot ups, it just locks up.
Other Thoughts: I would be very leery of buying this IF you want to run an older version of Windows or even a newer Linux operating system.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TRENDnet TEW-733GR N300 Wireless Gigabit Router IEEE 802.11b/g/n, IEEE 802.3/3u/3ab
Pros: Okay price, decent range for a N300 covers all of my house and most of the backyard (about 1,600 house and the patio area). Easy to set up and the lights are not super bright (don't feel the need to black tape it in a bedroom). Compact Design and Saves Energy.
Cons: Can't really think of any other than it could have been a little cheap in price.
Other Thoughts: Pretty happy with this N300 Trendnet router, better range than the N150 Trendnet router that I was using (I wanted limited range but my inner house walsl are plaster, so I need a slightly better router). Compact design doesn't take that much desk space. Have good signal (4bars) in places where the N150 didn't reach. Lights are dim so I don't feel the need to tape them over with black tape. Plenty of ports in the back for hardwiring a network.READ FULL REVIEW