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Belkin N150 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation)

Belkin N150 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation)

The Belkin N150 Wireless Router is the fastest N150 router at long range versus other leading brands.† The Belkin N150 Wireless Router is ideal for surfing the web, emailing and instant messaging and is easy to set up, allowing you to get your secure wireless network up and running in minutes. Fully compatible with G technology, the Belkin N150 delivers speeds of up to 150Mbps* and features exclusive MultiBeam technology for powerful signal strength and maximum coverage—so you can connect from virtually anywhere in your home. †Results based on independent third-party testing. Visit belkin.com/router-speed for details. *The standard transmission rates—150Mbps, 54Mbps, and 11Mbps—are the physical data rates. Actual data throughput will be lower.

  • 2X faster than G,Ports: 1 x 10/100M WAN; 4 x 10/100M LAN
  • N technology for speeds up to 150Mbps*
  • MultiBeam technology for a high-powered signal throughout your home
  • Easy setup for getting your network up and running in 3 steps
  • Preset with a unique security code to get you up and running safely

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  1. 269 of 278 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great price for a great router, April 18, 2011
    J. Maxon (Minnesota, USA) –

    This review is from: Belkin N150 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation) (Personal Computers)
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    The setup for this router was extremely simple. Plug the device into a power outlet and Modem, boot up your computer, toss in the included disk, follow a few instructions, and you’re set.

    During the setup, a Router Monitoring program is installed. This gives you quick and easy access to options should you wish to access more advanced setings. It is not necessary if you stick to the default.

    I had previously attempted to setup a Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH, which was highly recommended to me by friends who have used it successfully. After nearly pulling out all my hair, I ended up returning the device. For some reason the wireless signal would not detect properly. I returned it as recommended by Buffalo support and tried another. Same issue, so I sent the second back as well.

    From there I went with a D-Link DIR-655. It took some tweaking and manual channel switching before it would work, but at least it worked.

    After hooking up the Belkin N150, I was amazed to see that, after following the setup instructions, it was up and running! I successfully connected my MyTouch 4G phone, iPad 2, and Gateway laptop. I didn’t have to tweak anything. Oddly enough it also had a stronger signal than my D-Link DIR-655 (which has three antennas). All the devices gave me 4bars at the farthest location in my house, where the D-Link DIR-655 often moves down to three or lower.

    Out of curiosity, I checked the internet speed between the Belkin N150 and D-Link DIR-655. The D-Link DIR-655 gave me a download speed of 7414kbps with a 1417kbps upload speed. The Belkin N150 gave me a 8785kbps download speed with a 1140kbps upload speed (I used the integra Telecom speed test and have Comcast as my internet provider). This tells me that their internet speed is pretty much the same, as the speed tests in general tend to fluctuate a bit.

    One negative about the Belkin N150 is that the LAN ports on the back are only 10/100 whereas the D-Link DIR-655 is 10/100/1000. That said, for the price, I was extremely impressed with the Belkin N150 and will be recommending it to friends and family who are looking for a good buy.

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  2. 114 of 120 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Not perfect for everyone, but certainly easier to install than most wireless routers, April 12, 2011
    Andrea Polk “Savvy Sleuth” (Southern Oregon) –
    (TOP 100 REVIEWER)

    This review is from: Belkin N150 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation) (Personal Computers)
    Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program (What’s this?)

    I’ve been using this router: Cisco-Linksys WRT54G2 Wireless-G Broadband Router for the past five years, with a few problems relating to security settings, installation and reliability. Thus, I was nervous to mess with a home network that was ‘currently’ working well, but when the Amazon Vine program offered me the chance to try out the Belkin N150 Wireless N Router I thought I’d give it a go. This router promised an easy installation, and as I have experience many difficult ones, I knew I’d know if it truly was ‘easy’ or not.

    One of the negatives for this product was immediately apparent – poor setup directions. Yes, if you can look at a picture and figure things out, you’ll get the gist, but it’s not what I would call clear. The manual is on the included CD, but since that’s step 3 according to the minimal instructions, you’d not know that by just a glimpse.

    Following the pictures it’s a plug things in; AC to the wall and into the back of the router, with 10/100 connections (4 of them) on the back of the router and one marked ‘modem’, being self explanitory. Since this is the low-end of the Belkin offerings, don’t expect anything fancy, but in truth, that may be why this is as close to a plug n’ play router as any I’ve ever seen. That ease of use is its biggest selling point to me.

    Once the router is plugged in, it’s time to put the enclosed CD in the computer’s drive. The set-up seems to finish quickly – 3 minutes or so – and then comes to a screen that says ‘Click to Get Connected’. From there the router attempts to connect with your modem. Mine is the Motorola SB6120 SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0 eXtreme Broadband Cable Modem, and apparently the two devices don’t communicate well, at least at first.

    After the software attempted several times to connect the router to the modem, offering up solutions to try on the screen on my desktop, it was the resetting of the modem by unplugging its AC power for 15 seconds and then powering it back up, that finally did the trick. Finally the opportunity to enter the SSID (network name) and password – both are on the bottom of the router and also on a tag attached to it – came up. Advanced settings are also an option here, but if you are unfamiliar with networking, no need to mess with it. The router has a firewall and is configured with WPA/WPA2 security type settings.

    Following the connection being made, the software wanted to update to the most recent firmware. I did that update, which took 3 minutes to complete on my Windows 7 machine.

    The entire installation of software and connecting to the modem took me 30 minutes. That’s much faster than any of the other four routers I’ve installed in my home previously, and other than talking with the modem, things went off without a hitch. I then went to my laptop and inserted the CD, installing the necessary drivers and security on it within 3 minutes. Two Roku’s, an iTouch, a Nintendo DS an Android phone and a Wii, all accepted the network password, effortlessly networking my household.

    Prior to adding this router I had internet speeds via cable of 19 to 15 mbps downloading. The addition of this router to the setup boosted the speed on my home network about 20 percent, loading web pages more quickly. Since all the devices are not ‘N’, it’s not at its peak of performance, but it seems stable and quick following installation.

    This is always an issue, and something in the ‘advanced’ settings that I probably will look into more in the coming days. For now I’m satisfied with the WPA/WPA2 security, and the way the Belkin router ships, you couldn’t ask for an easier way to get novices connected than by having the pre-set SSID Network name and password proprietary to each router. The idea simplified installation and setting up the connections with devices, but the short password is a minor concern for me.

    This really is the easiest to set up wireless router I’ve ever encountered. I think it’s perfect for anyone with basic wireless needs (surfing, watching TV, emailing), but not ultra-fast internet speeds. Check out the other devices in the Belkin line for the ones recommended for heavier useage. It seems to have good range and offer good data transfer speeds. It’s as close to plug n’ play as you’ll get with such a device, and so the true test will be in its durability and security strength.

    Overall I’d recommend it. The price is very inexpensive for a wireless router which is good, but keep in mind it’s simple in terms of features – which is good for some, and not…

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  3. 38 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    no more belkin, October 10, 2011

    This review is from: Belkin N150 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation) (Personal Computers)

    its maybe just me but my N150 is just so frustrating. Drops connection with my modem around twice a week and there is no reason why or defined way to get it back to work. Everything depends on luck. Sometimes it will go back online in 5min. Sometimes it’s a whole afternoon without wifi.

    I’m half a techy and I’ve set up numerous home networks for myself and others. This is by far the most unstable router I’ve ever encountered. I’ve tried everything. Rebooting, restoring, going back to factory default. Everything. None works.

    Strongly against buying it.

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