Pros USB port .
Cons This router is not compatible with the USB Huawei e367
Pros Supports the Huawei E367 Dongle meaning I get blisteringly fast mobile BB speeds when in my car.
Any 12V car charger will fit.
Connects devices at 300 mbps or slower if needed.
You can set up guest networks!
Cons The router 1 USB but this is required for the Dongle, it would have been nice to have a second USB so that I can attach a portable hard drive with music and other important files.
Summary The router fits into my glove box along with the dongle and has been providing me with up to 7 meg broadband with my UK provider.
I like the fact that it has 4 Ethernet ports meaning that I can use my computer hard wired into the router or go wireless if I want when I am in hotels.
Best of all for me is that I can set up guest networks, something I would normally expect to see in a home router, now i can let other people use it but at slower speeds and without them being able to access anything else connected to the router or the router settings itself.
All in all this is a great little device and after a firmware update (that took under 5 minutes to do) I had it up and running in no time at all and all without no expert knowledge or the need to call support!
I recommend this product and suggest you take other reviews with a dose of salt.
Pros Looks nice.
Cons Very VERY limited USB device support, very infrequent updates (which dont fix the problems there are meant to anyway), non-existent support.
Summary The supported device list is tiny compared to other 3G routers from the likes of Zoom and TP-Link. To make matters worse, Netgear only seem to release firmware updates once every one or two years, which is problematic given that there are many different mobile broadband suppliers using different USB modems (which they change every few months). For example, Three have just started supply the new HSPA+ Huawei E367. If support is added (unlikely given many popular USB modems that have been out for over a year have not) expect a long wait.
To make matters even worse, the latest update (in fact the first update since the device was released) is meant have added support for the popular ZTE MF112 that Three supply - yet it still does not work!
Netgear support is joke too. Ask a question and wait days to be sent a link to their KB and FAQ... Great, especially as that i explicitly said in my email that i had already read the KB and FAQ and they did not contain the information i needed.