Belkin's N+ Wireless Router has a unique combination of features. But it's priced a tad high and falls a bit short on wireless range.
NETGEAR latest entry-level draft 11n router is a fast little wired router. But not so much for its wireless side.
It may look different, but Linksys' WRT54G2 is pretty much the WRT54G inside.
Trendnet's 300Mbps Wireless N Gigabit Router is a slightly less expensive, separated-at-birth twin of the popular D-Link router.
Everyone has them; those places where Wi-Fi just won't go. PePwave seems to have an easy to use answer.
Edimax' $100 draft 11n router has some unique features, but lacks a gigabit switch and superior wireless performance.
If you want a dual-band draft 11n router from D-Link, there is no need to wait for the DIR-855. The DGL-4500 has everything that router will have, except the second radio.
Belkin's Certified Draft 2.0 802.11n wireless router is nice to nearby WLANs and supports jumbo frames, too!
The WRT350N is a single-band clone of the dual-band WRT600N.
Linksys fans will find a lot to like in this long-awaited top-of-the-line simultaneous dual-band Draft 2.0 11n router.