USB + DD-WRT/Tomato = Win3/24/2009 11:56:11 AM

Pros: -Has a USB port -Can run DD-WRT and Tomato great -Has a removable antenna if you want to upgrade it

Cons: -The default firmware looks like Barney puked it up, but why would you be using it anyway? -Only one antenna

Overall Review: I already had a WRT54GL and I was looking for another router to use as a wireless bridge. The major advantage that this thing has is the USB port. Although the default versions don't support it, USB support can be found for both DD-WRT. I tried DD-WRT at first but the nicer interface and better QOS made me go with Tomato. It works great as a print server, and you can also do other nifty things with the USB such as make it into an FTP server or get it to download torrents without having to leave your main computer on. I'd say there is no reason not to get this over the WRT54GL

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12/10/2008 8:09:41 PM

Pros: Very nice monitor, and for a good price. Works perfectly with my Xbox 360 (with VGA cable) and Macbook Pro. No dead pixels, and everything looks great.

Cons: As others have mentioned, the internal speakers are garbage but why are you using those anyways?

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