Cisco's RE1000 Linksys Wireless-N Extender is nice and small, but not a great performer.
TRENDnet's TEW-692GR is one of the few routers to support 450 Mbps maximum link rates on both 2.4 and 5 GHz. But its overall wireless performance is very disappointing.
Ubiquiti's Power AP N is a single band N router / AP / bridge / repeater you might want to consider.
Apple has switched radios in its fifth generation wireless router, but without much affect on performance.
The magic EnGenius had with its ESR9850 seems to have been lost in the ESR9855G.
Cisco's RV 110W gives you 5 tunnels each of PPTP and IPsec VPN, VLANs and 802.11b/g/n wireless for under $100. Too good to be true? Well...sorta...
If you like your dual-band wireless bridges with a built-in four-port 10/100 switch, then Cisco's Linksys WES610N is for you.
D-Link's DHP-W306AV is a flexible little access point that can extend your network via powerline or Ethernet.
We have completed three stream N tests for two more "450 Mbps" routers, the Cisco Linksys E4200 and D-Link DIR-665. We remain not impressed.
Updated - Our first apples-to-apples tests of three stream N routers produced very unimpressive results
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