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We have collected 1 reviews of the Belkin PlayMax N600 HD. Experts rate Belkin PlayMax N600 HD 8/10. Reviewsor.com helps you find reviews, best prices, user reviews of the Belkin PlayMax N600 HD and Belkin Routers.
Although the award for cheapest router of the day sadly can't go to the Belkin Play Max N600 HD – the TP-Link TL-WR1043ND has most other routers licked in that regard – it nevertheless offers the greatest range of features and the best performance for its price tag. Its nearest competitor, the Asus RT-N56U, costs over £30 more and doesn't seem to offer many more features to justify the expense, even if it does look somewhat more interesting. For example, Belkin's router supports cable connections, unlike the Asus. The N600 is easier to set up too. Simply pop the CD into your PC and you're presented with a giant 'Setup' button that takes up practically the entire screen. It couldn't be clearer what you need to do. Once setup is completed, simply enter the SSID and password provided on the card included with the N600, and your wireless router is ready and protected. It's remarkably easy. The only thing the N600 lacks is a range of status indicator lights for different criteria – instead, you either have a green light (for good) or red (for bad). To increase the appeal of its router, Belkin has included a range of apps that give you instant access to features like backing up or downloading torrent files.
By TechRadar, published 13-07-2011
The wireless modem router your ISP provides could well be insufficient for your needs. Your wireless signal will weaken or disappear when you move your laptop into another room. If you have several wireless devices - PCs, phones, printers and so on - it may struggle to keep up with the amount of data going back and forth. The solution is to upgrade a a router that features Wireless N technology, w...
By TechRadar, published 28-05-2011
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By TechRadar, published 21-05-2011
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By TechRadar, published 20-05-2011
Just £42 for a superfast modem? Seems fishy. That's the price you'd pay for a standard Wireless G router, not a dual-band Wireless N model. The TP-Link TL-WR1043ND – one heck of a mouthful – isn't actually a dual-band router; it's just a lowly single-band. Surely that means it has no chance against the dual-band devices in this test. Well, no. In fact, it's quite the opposite. Although the TP...
By TechRadar, published 19-05-2011
Looks aren't normally important when you're choosing a router, but the Draytek Vigor 2830Vn is a bit of monster. Then again, it's not designed to be propped up next to a home hi-fi – this device is intended for small business use. This is made clear by the fact that the ports are located on the front for ease of access, and because the Vigor 2830Vn is bursting at the seams with features. As well...