Saturday, 17 December 2011

Review: Belkin Play N750 DB router

Here's the final instalment of my Belkin router marathon. The Play N750 DB is the top-of-the-range model, and the only one with Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports. It's a dual-band, dual-radio model with a 3x3 MIMO antenna array for the 5GHz radio, giving 450Mbps capability. The 2.4GHZ radio is a standard 2x3 300Mbps array. It's a rather odd mixed of advanced and basic features, and I had some problems with my VoIP system, as I mention in the review. This had all the hallmarks of a SIP ALG (application level gateway) incompatibility, but in the current firmware this feature can't be disabled. Belkin is looking into it.

To read my full review, including performance tests, head over to IT Reviews.

The N750 DB gets a glossy finish and a wobbly stand

Belkin users will immediately recognise the interface. This is the dual-band/dual-radio config page

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1 comment:

  1. Decent review unfortunately the price for the router has not dropped and over time better routers have come out.