I have owned and been using this router for a little over a month now on a cable 10 Meg ISP. I have 2 hardwired 1 Gig network feeds and multiple b, g and n wireless running on this router. I do a pretty good bit of pc repairs / builds and have pushed this router pretty hard for update and set up feeds while I'm still surfing the net or streaming netflix vids. I have tried PS3 gaming online a few times on wireless with no problems. The router has a lot of advanced options. Set up of router, guest account, remote URL and security features was easy for me, Moderate knowledge of networks and pc's. I have never had to reset this router for any reason even with 3 pc's using large bandwidth down and up feeds. The USB 2.0 is awesome for a network drive, mine works great. Signal strength I have not really messed with much, I pull great signal but I'm pretty much on top of the router so I can not comment much on the distance subject.
Very compact and does not standout like others - So you can always have it plugged to your laptop. It has light which indicates when it is pairing and when there is data transfer between the headset and PC/Mac. Additionally using BT300 will also let you use the HUB software to control your headset with out being connected with wire. It support HD/Wideband audio so that you can use it for Voip calls ..etc. Top of it you can avoid all those issues that comes up with inbuilt BT transmitters.
I bought a Tenvis IP391W wireless outdoor camera that comes with the standard short length antenna. I'm guessing the gain is around 2dBi since I found no specs addressing the true number. Having installed it on the garage door frame outside the house it worked well until the door came down. The signal was fine while the door was up but not getting anywhere near the max frame rate offered from the specs sheet. With the door down it was a different story altogether. Lost connection and a disappointing frame rate were the norm. So I started looking into replacing the antenna on the camera. I came across the Eforcity wireless signal booster twin pack here at Overstock at a terrific price. It comes with a 9dBi gain antenna but more importantly an attached 6' pigtail reverse polarity SMA connector put the antenna inside the garage taking the signal-blocking door out of the equation. Instantly my video picture improved with a much faster refresh rate. They're exactly what I needed and kept me from a possible return merchandise scenario. Thanks Overstock and Eforcity. You saved my caboose.
I use this product at work paired with Lync/Business Skype and also with my Iphone. Allows seamless connectivity to both. The only issue preventing a "five star" rating, (that I have found) is when in the computer, if the computer is accidentally dropped, it can be damaged. This has happened during overseas travel when I failed to remove it from my laptop, and, a porter dropped my bag.
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