We've tested 12 store-bought routers and 10 ISP-supplied models to assess their WiFi performance and security, plus how easy they are to set up.
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This dual-band router's WiFi performance is not good. The 5GHz performance is poor and has very noticeable interference. The fibre speeds are also very poor.
Noticeable interference from obstruction
Very noticable interference from obstruction
Good at channel switching
2.4 & 5
On rear, can fold 90° and rotates 360°, removeable
285 x 185 x 50
Block websites, block services, time scheduling
can hang it on the wall...
Continuously dropping WIFI signal. having to restart it on a near-daily basis. The smallest thing caused the signal to be obstructed. The router failed after 16 months! The only reason I put up with it for so long is it was so expensive, and my husband wouldn't cut his losses and get a new router.
No, this product has too many drawbacks.
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