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AdvantagesGlossy, modern look, easy to install/set up, well kitted out, clear indication panel, quick.

DisadvantagesConstantly ticks, can be too pricey for version 1, not exactly unique.

...There comes a time when something so utterly reliable suddenly starts to slow down and when it is something that a home owner doesn?t often think about ? the home internet router. Such was the case when my old BT router started to fail and where it was impossible for me to live without the Internet... On a call to my Internet provider, it transpired that the router my late parents bought...

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AdvantagesPick up a bargain ?

DisadvantagesOnly 4 ethernet ports ?

...Another review from me for a discontinued item, but may be useful if you're loking to pick up a bargain item on ebay... The D-Link DSL-504 ADSL Router has a built-in ADSL modem - plugs directly into your ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line)-enabled phone line, and with its 4 port 10/100Mbps ethernet switch, allows connections to lots of things (check out my other reviews for what it...

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AdvantagesUltra simple to set up, Compact slim design

DisadvantagesPitiful length of Ethernet cable supplied

...Or rather not quite £66, more like £61.99 ? but then I wouldn?t have been able to pun on the famous Rolling Stones track in the title and that would have been an opportunity missed! So what is a router? And why am I writing a review about one? Well, a router is used when you want to share an internet connection between two or more computers, and I find myself writing about the Netgear ADSL...

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