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Pros: Very fast, wizard wasn't necessary, but helpful.
Cons: A little upset that it keeps dropping and I upgraded to the newest firmware out there, but I see there's an alternative firmware out there that can be used that's closed to it.
Other Thoughts: Once I get back from vacation, I'll test out the alternative firmware to see if that makes a difference. I'll post an updated feedbackin a few weeks.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's easy to setup, has dual band which is 2.4 ghz and 5 ghz. It also has a separate guest network for isolation if you have your friends or neighbor over go on the internet.
Cons: I'm giving it 2 eggs because it is supposed to be very good with the firmware dd-wrt, but I notice that the 2.4 ghz drops from 300 mbps to about 144 or sometimes 48 mbps, which sucks and my wireless card I got that supports up to 450 mbps keeps getting slower, less than 300 mbps on the 2.4, which is not good because I want other devices in the future to support the 300 mark.
Other Thoughts: If I knew that this would give issues with the dd-wrt, I wouldn't have bought this router. And I do have the latest firmware for dd-wrt.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Can't think of anything good about, maybe a sleek design.
Cons: The config page sucks! It takes a long time to go from page to page, even the Netgear N750 is a lot faster. I wish I can give it zero eggs, and there is no power button like the N750 to turn it off.
Who wants to pull the plug everytime? I'm going to return it to where I bought it and get my money back.