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ASUS RT-N16 Multi-Functional Gigabit Wireless N Router - Final Thoughts

Looking for a way to combine some of your peripherals into one easy to access spot? - The ASUS RT-N16 might be the answer for you.

| Routers & Access Points in Networking | Posted: Jul 30, 2010 7:52 am
TweakTown Rating: 86%      Manufacturer: ASUS

Final Thoughts

 

ASUS is certainly coming along with their home networking products. We are very impressed with how they have improved both their UI and the overall performance. There are still some items that need to be addressed, though.

 

On the RT-N16 there was no way to change the MCS to get more performance or to correct for interference of other nearby wireless equipment. We also would like to see the ability to change the alternate channel in the wireless settings.

 

But other than that, the RT-N16 is a great follow on to the older multi-function wireless routers from ASUS. It was even able to keep up with the big boys on the block like TRENDnet and D-Link.

 

With a $92.00 price tag from NewEgg.com, this is a product that you should certainly take a look at if you want good solid performance and multi-function usage.

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