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This review is from: ASUS RT-AC66R Dual-Band Wireless-AC1750 Gigabit Router –Asus Certified.
Pros: This thing is fast, reliable, and affordable. Setup was easy, and in the 4.5 months I've owned it, I haven't had to power cycle it once. Excellent range too. Covers my whole house and front and back yard, no problem, no dead spots.
Cons: A little on the bulky side.
Other Thoughts: I kind of wish this thing had a slightly more traditional form factor. But it's not bad. Would be nice if it supported VPN, but that's not a critical feature for me.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Small, good graphics chipset for the price. Wifi Built in.
Cons: Seriously junk. I would give it zero eggs if that were an option. I bought 3 of these last year, I put Adata 64GB SSD's in them and 4GB of G-Skill ram, . Windows 7 pro, 32bit etc. One of these units failed after a week, another after 2 months and the final one just gave up the ghost. I'll NEVER EVER Buy another Zotac product. The RMA process takes over a MONTH! if you can jump through their convoluted, disorganized hoops. AVOID
Other Thoughts: If ZOTAC wants to run with the big dogs, they would be wise to clean up their support process. If I were to guess, it's being run out of someones mothers garage.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Small, affordable, HDMI, WiFi, Wall Mount included
Cons: My company bought 3 of these in October. Thus far, 2 of the three units have failed, completely. Just died, less than a month apart. Further, the Zotac RMA process is SO difficult, that I will NEVER, NEVER, NEVER buy another Zotac product. This device and frankly in my opinion, Zotac products in general, should be avoided. Their customer service support people are disorganized and can't seem to communicate with each other so you end up having to provide the same information over and over. And their return process takes forever, it's been a MONTH since I started the RMA process on the first unit and I still haven't received the replacement.
Other Thoughts: These products are really cool, but not worth the headache. If you're luck enough to get a good, reliable unit, then all power to you. Just pray you never have to deal with their return/warranty system.READ FULL REVIEW