Pros Easy to use, requires daily attention
Cons Requires daily attention
Summary Recently upgraded my network from G to N, everything on the net works great, except this one point, the Linksys Wireless-N router. It requires a reset daily, does not resolve IP address conflicts, cannot be used as an device where you install and leave it alone, require daily attention.
Pros Looks good! A lot of features.
Cons Even the most basic features don't work.
Summary It might seem that I am exaggerating on the very low ratting, but I do think this is worst hardware I ever bought and I did so 3 times. All 3 devices had all sorts of problems from the beginning, starting with things like not enough range, basic security not working, and dropping connections every couple of minutes. To top all that after a while, 6 months give or take, 2 of the routers simply stopped giving any wireless signal.
I am a professional programmer and I use all kinds of hardware all the time, and I have to say I tried Linksys products in the past with no issues. This is why I made the mistake of buying 3 at the same time. I spend too much time and money and they definitely did not worth either.
Pros great speed when matched to my WPC300N card and close to the router.
Cons speed didn't improve that much over the old G routher when at a distance of over 30 feet.
Summary I was disappointed with what is the actual speed and distance when compared to the advertised speeds and distance. Other than that the router has been very reliable over the past year.
Pros Fast easy!
Cons None so far
Summary I read all the reviews and had some trepidation when I bought it. I had nothing to fear though as it worked right out of the box, and this sucker is fast.
Also works with Wireless X-Box 360!!!
"Just Fine!"on by diesel503
Pros Does its job well. Get wireless coverage all over three story house.
Cons A little on the large side.
Summary I have had no problems with this product for the past six months I have owned it. It is set up on my third floor and I use my laptop with no problem and the speed is about 1700 kbps on the speed tester for CNET. So it has done everything it promised. A little on the expensive side though.