Update May 24, 2012:###############Netgear is about to release the which promises Gigabit wireless speeds, making wireless HD video streaming a reality. (See the comments section for a tutorial on the 802.11n specification and all this Nxxx business.)What does this mean to someone looking for a new router?It means that the phrase "top of the line router" just got redefined, and the answer of which router to choose just got a bit more complicated.However, I'd still recommend the WNDR4500 because (a) the 802..
As noted above, I upgraded from a D-Link DIR-655 router, which was a good piece of kit and did its job well, but this EA4500 is more than an incremental improvement.SET UPI'm fairly tech savvy, so I'm not afraid of a challenge, but this thing coddled me like I was an AOL user and just got the job done.It's an extremely easy set up. It sniffs for your internet connection, sets it up, and basically gets itself comfortable and up and running with very little need for anything from you. Heck, I used the same S..
With more and more of our devices integrating with our wireless networks, a wireless router is evolved from a luxury or novelty item to a thing of necessity in most households. This multi-device reliance on wireless makes a stable network an absolute must.The Linksys EA4500 App-Enabled N900 Dual-Band Wireless-N Router with Gigabit and USB promises much and so far, I find it delivers. I upgraded to this router from a , and already see a performance improvement in several areas. For instance, my TiVo Premiere..