ASUS RT-N66U N900 wireless router

This wireless router will handle anything you throw at it

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  • Expert Rating

    4.25 / 5
  • User Rating

    2.50 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 199.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Ben M



The User Interface for the configuration. Signal strength is excellent.
I've had 5 days and I cannot find a fault
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Dual USB support for multiple drives is great as is the Guest setup so a guest can get on the net but not your drives. The triple antennas give me great signal strength standing two houses up the street. We have 6 wireless devices and 7 wired devices with 2 switches on the network and have experienced no disconnects or delays. This unit is replacing a Linksys WRT610N that died. The through put on the ASUS is noticeably better. I am an IT professional with over 20 yrs experience and I highly recommned this router.

Paul B.



Strong signal.
Can't connect to it more than 20 feet away.
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This router is a POS! Although the signal registers very strong, you can't connect to it in your home through walls and floors unless your within 20 feet of it. My old Linksys worked better - it registers slightly less strong, however I can connect to it twice as far away!

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