Search results for "gateway wireless router" 14 results from 4 merchants

Filter by
Average user rating
  • & up
  • & up
  • & up
  • & up
Price
  • £ 0.00 - £ 587.00
  • £ 587.00 - £ 766.00
  • £ 766.00 - and up
Sort by Popularity
  • Popularity
  • Price
  • Average user rating

Most recent reviews from the community

Good

AdvantagesFast speeds, Reliable, Stylish

DisadvantagesI had wireless problems, Gets a bit warm, no restart router option in config

...The Linksys WAG160N N300 is an ADSL2+ wireless modem router, meaning it has a a modem built in. It is for use with BT Internet connections rather than for use with a Cable broadband connection (i.e. Virgin) although a Cable version is also available. It?s an ADSL2 router, which means it supports the newer ADSL standard, which could mean faster transfer speeds although this really depends...

> Read review

Excellent

AdvantagesSelf configurable, Web interface, Free Lifetime support, ease of use

DisadvantagesNone

...I did a lot of research into routers before jumping onto the wireless bandwagon and eventually plumped for the Belkin and I am more than happy with my purchase. The Belkin was by far the cheapest router at the time (I paid £50 in 2005) compared to most other models which were on average £20 more expensive for what I could see, was the same functionality. The Belkin also offered free lifetime...

> Read review

Super

AdvantagesReliable, Fast, Easy to configure, Lots of features, USB for sharing drives

DisadvantagesBit expensive, Not full speed with every machine

...INTRO The Belkin N+ router is one of the higher end (consumer) wireless modem router offerings from Belkin. It cost me £85 from PC World, but can probably be found for a bit less if you shop online. The Cable version costs a little less. Reason I bought this one was because two PCs in the house with wireless cards kept losing the wireless connection when I was using a Linksys router (my own...

> Read review

Related searches for gateway wireless router