- Up to 300+450Mbps Wireless Data Rates
- Two spatial streams (2TX and 2RX) for 2.4G band and three spatial streams for 5G band (3TX and 3RX)
- Smart Wi-Fi Apps, tools and mobility
- USB and 4 Gigabit port
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Average Router 03/30/2014
-Nice matte plastic and appearance.
-Dual band ABGN
-Functions but nothing spectacular.
-Good Range to upstairs PC
-usb 2.0 plug in back for printer/usb hard drive
-setup is easy but requires CD
-NO DD-WRT firmware support.
-CD installation required.
-USB 2.0 port not 3.0.
-No AC wireless.
-Slows to a crawl when torrenting.
-Didn't notice prioritized gaming.
It's visually a nice looking router. Black Matte Finish, square shape, and ~1" thickness. Includes 1 ethernet cord for connecting to your modem. Also has has 4 ethernet ports for wired connection to your computer or networking device. There is also a USB 2.0 plug for connecting a printer or hard drive for network access. The signal range was about 4 bars to my pc that is located upstairs. The signals so far seems to be reliable, but torrenting files seems to hang up the router, slowing it down. For gaming I didn't notice much of a difference in terms of prioritized gaming. For $90, it's too much money in my opinion for something that is not AC wireless networking. For a normal consumer that doesn't like tweaking settings and wants something to stream video/browse the internet/ and gaming it works well. Just nothing too special about the router, it would be nice for USB 3.0 and AC to make it future proof.
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