When I first looked at the ASUS RT-15 I thought it looked a little cheap. With the complete lack of antennas I was sure that my range and performance would be terrible. However, I was more than pleasantly surprised to find out that neither was true. ASUS has packed some serious features and performance into this little white box. You certainly can expect great performance right out of the box.
The quick setup utility is one of the best I have used; it only lacks a prompt to change the admin user password to be complete. The WPS setup for Vista systems is simple to use and very fast to get your wireless network up and running quickly. With a price tag of 89.99 U.S. Dollars at Newegg, it is comparable with other products in its performance group and has a few extra features and options up its sleeve. The RT-N15 might even replace my DIR-655 as the primary wireless device in the house.
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