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Linksys EA6700 AC 1750

WLAN; Connectivity: WLAN & Ethernet

The EA6700 is not a huge step forward from the EA6500, but its incremental improvements make it an even better proposition than its predecessor, which is saying quite something. Considering that …

1 review | 23 opinions (Average)


EA 6500
Linksys EA6500

WLAN; Connectivity: WLAN & Ethernet

Although it's not possible yet to make use of the EA6500's 820.11ac features and setup could be easier, in all other respects it's an impressive router that delivers some of the best …

1 review | 20 opinions (Above average)


Linksys WRT160NL
Linksys WRT160NL

WLAN; Connectivity: WLAN & Ethernet, Wireless

The WRT160NL is a decent performer with good range and signal strength. Its support for third-party firmware makes it a great option for tinkerers, who will be able to customise it and add new …

2 reviews | 9 opinions (Above average)


Linksys WAG320N
Linksys WAG320N

WLAN, ADSL; Connectivity: WLAN & Ethernet

"We like the Linksys WAG320N's ease of use, and its interface is one of the swiftest we've seen ... The modem was fast in our long-range tests and the 5GHz wireless performance is the …

3 reviews | 78 opinions (Average)


Linksys WRT610N
Linksys WRT610N

WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless

"... Its speeds aren't quite as quick as some other simultaneous dual-band routers we've tested, but perhaps more importantly it boasts good range in both bands; in our long-range

1 review | 1 opinion (Above average)


More information at: PC Pro, 3/2010 Linksys by Cisco WRT610N Linksys by Cisco's unobtrusive flying saucer design is common across its consumer range of routers, and the cable-compatible WRT610N is no different. Place it on a shelf in your living room and it won't stick out like a sore thumb. Single Test. One wireless router was reviewed and rated on features & design, value for money and performance. … to review

Linksys WRT320N

WLAN, ADSL; Connectivity: WLAN & Ethernet

PC Format commended the Linksys WRT320N-UK for its dual-band Wireless N technology, its Gigabit Ethernet support and its great management software. The reviewer describes it as the weapon of choice

2 reviews | 28 opinions (Above average)


More information at: MacFormat, 9/2009 Linksys Dual-Band Router WRT320N Linksys's Dual-Band Router WRT320N operates on both 2.4GHz and 5Ghz frequencies, and supporting fast-wired connections, it offers four gigabit Ethernet ports, and comes with an step-by-step configuration wizard. … to review

Linksys WAG160N
Linksys WAG160N

WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless

The flying saucer style of the WAG160N makes for an attractive design for a competitive price. MacWorld found it to be slightly complicated to set up and felt it generally lacked the user

3 reviews


More information at: Personal Computer World, 6/2008 Linksys WAG160N Draft N router Linksys router typically take a rather staid and traditional tract when it comes to design but the new WAG160N looks like it has been made to be seen. … to review

WRT350 N
Linksys WRT350N

WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless

"... General router features are a cut above the rest and comparing its price tag with more common wireless N routers shows that it's good value as well."

4 reviews


More information at: Computer Buyer & Upgrades, 2/2007 Draft-N Wi-Fi Routers Many users are now using wireless networking as standard in a home, rather than as an add on to a wired network, and with the advent of Draft-N wireless and its higher speeds, this is only likely to become more the case. In test: Five Draft-N wireless routers were reviewd and rated based on features, performance and value for money. Scores ranged from 3 to 4 stars out of 5. … to review

Linksys WRT54G3G (Vodafone)

3G Router

"Grumbles aside, the WRT54G3G is a fantastic mobile networking solution that allows you to create a wireless network wherever you go as long as there is a 3G or GPRS signal. ..."

2 reviews | 6 opinions (Above average)


WRT300 N
Linksys WRT300N


"It's a shame that the Linksys Wireless N Broadband Router's Draft-N mode is so poor, as it is fast and has plenty of range in 54g mode. ..."

4 reviews | 1 opinion (Poor)


Linksys RVL-200

Hardware Firewall; Connectivity: Wired

"Linksys is offering a very low cost SSL-VPN appliance that is particularly easy to use. However, the payback is that it only supports a maximum of five tunnels ..."

2 reviews


WRT150 N
Linksys WRT150N

WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless

"The Linksys WRT150N is a well-specified budget router. It's a good choice for those who want the range benefits of draft-n but don't need the other features – or the extra

2 reviews


More information at: Computer Shopper, 12/2007 Linksys WRT150N Linksys's WRT150N router is the cheapest Draft-N router we've seen so far. Installation was simple, with the CD-based setup wizard holding our hand throughout the step-by-step process. There's also a handy booklet with installation details in case you get stuck, which is unlikely, as Linsys has made the process as simple as it could possibly be. … to review

WAG325 N
Linksys WAG325N

WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless

For both Centrino and Draft-N users, Computer Shopper say the Linksys WAG325N is a quick router that offers good range, and good value for money.

1 review | 10 opinions (Above average)


More information at: Computer Shopper, 9/2007 Linksys WAG325N Wireless-N ADSL Gateway The WPC300N-UK broadband router failed to impress on performance and reliability, but fortunately the ADSL version Linksys' WAG325N sees some improvements. … to review

WAG300 N
Linksys WAG300N


"Transfer rates to the MacBook were untenably slow, with the File Copy dialog predicting a two-hour wait. Waiting for an hour showed that this prediction was gloomily accurate ..."

1 review


More information at: MacUser, 7/2007 Wireless modem/routers: Draft n It seems manufacturers of network kit have been talking about the next generation of wireless devices for as long as the current generation has been with us, but the much anticipated 802.11n standard still isn't due to be ratified until April 2009. For a while, however, there has been an official first draft of the standard, and an increasing number of manufacturers are selling devices based on it. In test: Five wireless routers with built-in ADSL modems were reviewed and rated based on features, performance and value for money. Scores ranged from 1 to 5 points out of 5. … to review

SPA 9000
Linksys SPA9000

VoIP Router

Despite the Linksys SPA9000's compact design, PC Pro were pleased to find that it was packing an excellent set of features. However, they were disappointed to find that the router had a web

1 review


More information at: PC Pro, 5/2007 Linksys SPA9000 Linksys have just added to their impressive array of affordable IP telephony products with the SPA9000 which boasts an incredible list of features within its tiny frame. … to review

Wireless G Router with SRX200
Linksys Wireless G Router with SRX 200

WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless

"... a very good selection of security features including Internet access policies. Wireless speed isn’t too hot but the extended coverage offered by Linksys’ SRX200 technology does work …

1 review



Product information and further reviews

A need for speed: 802.11n router roundup Ars Technica 11/2007 - In the ring, we have a Linksys WRT350N gigabit router with support for external USB hard drives, a Netgear RangeMax Next hiding antennas up its sleeve, a D-Link Xtreme N gigabit edition router, and—by popular demand—the Apple AirPort Extreme Gigabit Edition 802.11n router. All four routers installed without a hitch, and each offered support for previous 802.11b and 802.11g standards, so it's possible to use a mixed broadcast mode (though this will affect 802.11n performance). Review details: Four wireless routers featuring support for the newer 802.11n protocol were reviewed and rated based on features, performance and value for money. Scores ranged from 5 to 8 points out of 10.

A need for speed: 802.11n router roundup Ars Technica 8/2007 - The IEEE 802.11n standard is not official yet, but a host of Draft N routers are already available. We rounded up three of the most popular, threw them into the deathmatch cage, and locked the gate. The fight was brutal, but we gained a solid appreciation for how each device performs and whether any of them make a worthwhile upgrade to your current gear. Review details: Three wireless routers featuring support for the newest 802.11n draft specification were reviewed and rated based on features, performance and value for money. Scores ranged from 5 to 7 points out of 10.

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