Summary: Excellent purchase. Easy setup took less than five minutes. Streams 1080p video on YouTube or netflix with ease. Hasn't been tested at a distance but sitting near it gives great performance. Excellent router for the price ms looks good on my shelf aswell.
Summary: I am stuck with this because bought from Spain, if it was UK I'd send it back, works fine I use it for sharing my phone internet via sub 3G sharing, but when you update the FW stops working, aren't the newer firmware supposed to make it better not worse. Asus support is useless.
Summary: I ended up buying two of these. As a WAP it is very straightforward to configure and it has a good range resulting from the MIMO configuration. However, I needed a client device to attach a TV, printer and desktop PC. This was much more difficult to configure than my old TP-WA701ND - and I am a black belt in router configuration. However, it is possible - and it now works well. But I have deducted one star for the day spent wrestling with MAC addresses.
Summary: Bought this to go with a small printer and 3 laptops on the move. Excellent - the router assigned the IP numbers on the network network and the print server allows sharing for all 3 laptops in one small box. Nothing else is needed for this setup. (Printer was a Canon IP100) I recommend installing the printer normally to get the drivers on the computer first, THEN install the Router setup CD. This will then automatically pick up any drivers without hassle.
Summary: Great little router. Works well with many ISPs (but check with them, or on the packaging to make sure that they support it first). I chose 5*s because it has boosted my download speed from 750kB/s to 2mB/s.
Summary: This router is a good basic router if you just need a Wi-Fi connection without all the bells and whistles (like DLNA or USB port). Interface was easy enough to navigate. Haven't had any connection issues after a month of use and speed tests clock me at 35.31 Mbps [over Wi-Fi to the internet].