Cisco Linksys WAG160N Reviews

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★★★★ 3.8
Manufacturer: Cisco
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"Linksys's Lightning fast wireless router"

★★★★★ 3.0
Verdict: The Linksys WAG160N N300 is an ADSL2+ wireless modem router, meaning it has a a modem built in. It is for use with BT Internet connections rather than for use with a Cable broadband connection (i.e. Virgin) although a Cable version is also available.
Pros: Fast speeds, Reliable, Stylish
Cons: I had wireless problems, Gets a bit warm, no restart router option in config
11 years ago

Thanks For Reading.

★★★★★ 3.0
Verdict: The chances are that if you're reading this, you've either using and know what a Modem Router is, or you've at least heard about them. However for the sake of this review and to avoid any confusion, basically a Modem Router is a piece of technology that allows you to connect to the Internet, network...
Pros: Reliability
10 years ago

Cisco Linksys WAG160N

★★★★ 1.0
Verdict: Pros: 1. It looks good. Cons: 1. No IP reservation (supposed to be standard feature nowadays) 2. The whole thing hangs a few times a week 3. Wireless connection drops a few times a day for no reason at all. Overall a piece of junk. Sending this back to the shop.
7 years ago

Linksys WAG160N Review

★★★★★ 3.0
Verdict: The Linksys WAG160N is another 802.11n compliant ADSL2+ modem router, which provides the ability of connecting to the internet through a telephone cable (RJ-11) and simultaneously link to your wireless LAN network to share files and resources.
Pros: Ultra-portable and lightweight design, Advanced security features, Highly customisable and user-friendly
Cons: Expensive, No external antenna
9 years ago

Convenient ADSL2+ and wireless connectivity

★★★★ 4.0
Verdict: For the most part, this all-in-one router is great. It has a built-in ADSL2+ modem and an 802.11 draft-n wireless access point, it's easy to set up and use, and it also looks good. But its wireless performance was a little underwhelming in our tests, as the router delivered slightly slower results...
Pros: Quick and easy-to-use Web interface, QoS, good range of filtering options, LELA is useful
Cons: Slightly slow wireless speed
6 years ago

Cisco Linksys WAG160N

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: As Linksys is owned by Cisco, the company that builds much of the infrastructure behind the internet, you'd expect a little of that know-how to trickle down to its consumer products. But we've been a little underwhelmed by its routers in the past.
11 years ago

Linksys WAG160N review

★★★★★ 3.0
Verdict: With its latest range of routers, the Linksys design department appears to have thrown away the rule book. The Linksys WAG160N and its sister devices now sport a curvy, sleek, lounge-friendly appearance, quite unlike their boxy predecessors.
11 years ago

Linksys WAG160N Wireless-N ADSL2+ Gateway

★★★★ 4.4
Verdict: Linksys' WAG160N resides in an attractive package, and manages better than most Wireless N routers. Better than most, but still nowhere near the hype.
Pros: Decent throughput. Stylish design. LELA for Windows
Cons: No gigabit ethernet. Wireless N refuses to live up to the hype -- again!
9 years ago

Linksys WAG160N review

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: As Linksys is owned by Cisco, the company that builds much of the infrastructure behind the internet, you'd expect a little of that know-how to trickle down to its consumer products.
8 years ago

Linksys WAG160N

★★★★ 4.4
Verdict: Linksys' WAG160N resides in an attractive package, and manages better than most Wireless N routers. Better than most, but still nowhere near the hype.
Pros: Decent throughput. Stylish design. LELA for Windows
Cons: No gigabit ethernet. Wireless N refuses to live up to the hype -- again!
7 months ago

Linksys WAG160N review

★★★★★
Verdict: With its latest range of routers, the Linksys design department appears to have thrown away the rule book. The Linksys WAG160N and its sister devices now sport a curvy, sleek, lounge-friendly appearance, quite unlike their boxy predecessors.
11 years ago

Linksys WAG160N

★★★★★ 3.0
Verdict: Like D-Link, Linksys has improved the Mac side of its products since we last reviewed one of its routers. In fact, it's completely redesigned both the hardware and software for its new WAG160N Wireless-N ADSL 2+ Gateway.
Pros: Attractive design, competitive price, four Ethernet ports included, Mac set-up software supplied
Cons: Slightly complicated set-up procedure a bit too much technical jargon for our liking
11 years ago

Linksys WAG160N-UK review

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: Linksys's streamlined WAG160N-UK looks considerably better than most routers. It's easy to set up using the CD installation wizard, prompting us to enter the details of our ADSL account and then to secure our network. Warnings appear if you try to continue with an unsecured wireless network.
10 years ago

Linksys WAG160N review

★★★★★ 3.0
Verdict: With its latest range of routers, the Linksys design department appears to have thrown away the rule book.
11 years ago

Review: Linksys WAG160N Draft N router

★★★★★
Verdict: Previous Linksys routers weren't the most aesthetically pleasing, but this new model is something you'll want to have out on display.
10 years ago

Linksys WAG160N

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: As Linksys is owned by Cisco, the company that builds much of the infrastructure behind the internet, you'd expect a little of that know-how to trickle down to its consumer products.
11 years ago

Linksys WAG160N Wireless-N ADSL2+ Gateway

★★★★ 4.4
Verdict: Design The WAG160N shares Linksys' new design philosophy (also seen on the WRT310N ), which is to make smaller, more discrete Wireless-N devices without the multiple external antennae and a sleek design that wouldn't look out of place on the deck of the Starship Enterprise.
Pros: Decent throughput, Stylish design, LELA for Windows
Cons: No gigabit ethernet, Wireless N refuses to live up to the hype -- again
11 years ago

Linksys WAG160N

★★★★ 4.0
Verdict: For the most part, this all-in-one router is great. It has a built-in ADSL2+ modem and an 802.11 draft-n wireless access point, it's easy to set up and use, and it also looks good. But its wireless performance was a little underwhelming in our tests, as the router delivered slightly slower results...
Pros: Quick and easy-to-use Web interface, QoS, good range of filtering options, LELA is useful
Cons: Slightly slow wireless speed
11 years ago

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