Note: I am not saying that ASUS stole from Apple's ideas for this particular router's physical appearance. But the influence is obvious in their Zenbook line and their all in one PCs.
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Jan 2nd, 2013 8:56 pm
I wish ASUS would steal the look of Apple's Airport Extreme router. That thing is gorgeous -- but pretty heavy considering that it's a dual-band router.
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As long as they don't steal the idea that you need a proprietary application to connect into the interface, I am ok with it.
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Who price matched it?ShimapanX wrote: ↑Jan 2nd, 2013 9:14 pmlol they said it has to be a canada site. It doesn't have a canada flag so they can't pm. lol wat?
going to check with her manager.
Edit: she came back and said it's possible. no shipping fee Wanted this router when it first came out. Was thinking about getting the ac version but the n66u had better reviews
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Just bought a n56 a few weeks ago and love it. Very solid, no dropouts. Reception wasn't a jaw-dropping improvement over my old Belkin wireless N (which had issues with Apple products), so I still have to use an extender. Only regret with this is that I didn't notice it doesn't have a 'guest mode' option before I bought it. So now I'm trying to figure out a way to restrict access to our printer and (more importantly) our NAS. I guess I can just put a password on the DNS-323, couldn't I?
Jan 2nd, 2013 10:43 pm