It all comes goes down to some real-life tests. I tried the router with a 700MB file transfer from an MSI-EX700 laptop that has an 802.11n wireless connection. The transfer went smoothly at a speed of 2.75 MB/s on average.
Iíve been using the router now for more than a month and it has never ever restarted itself, so itís pretty stable. Sometimes, however, when my modem restarted, the router failed to get the modem's IP. Restarting the router solved this problem.
As for the rest the router is pretty stable, working as it should and very well constructed. A fall from a short distance has no effect on it whatsoever. In the end I would give this router a rating of 8/10. This may be due to the lack of a printed manual or for the version numbering, or even the registration-based warranty.
Thank you for reading my review on this router and feel free to ask any questions you have here on the blog or over on the DevHardware Forum. Be assured that youíll receive an answer.
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