Levelone N_Max 300mbps Wireless Router and USB Dongle Review
Today in this world media is clogging every square inch that is next to our walls with wires upon wires. Now today that is the main concern in media development, they’re trying to get past the “wire age” so it is called. One product that is breaking this trend is the Level one wireless router, it can provide a maximum 300 Mbps, that’s three times the amount hardwire can give you (10/100). Looking forward to testing this I will be a floor up from the router. Along with this review I will be including the level one dongle named N_max wireless USB adapter. With a total 300 Mbps it’s a perfect match for the Level one router, the company urges buyers to get them as a set to get the most from there internet.
Provided by: Level 1
- Router: $69.12
- Dongle: $30.73
Specifications and Features:
|300Mbps N_Max Wireless Router|
|300M N_Max Wireless USB Adapter|
Today we will be testing the Level one router with the Trendnet tew-651BR (last router review) through the network to see which one has a larger Mbps and total bars.
Trendnet 4 54.0
Level one 4 270.0
The Level one router worked terrifically against the trendnet router and kicked it while it was down so to speak. Having a turn off switch for both the WLAN and WPS was a great idea by the company for all the people who just want to have some privacy once in a while. Another aspect of the router that is a great idea was the wall brackets on the bottom. The dual rabbit ears on the back gives it the chance to get the best it can along with the four hard-wire plug ins for multiple computer. So hands down I would suggest this to anyone, but I suggest you get both the wireless router and the N_max Wireless N USB Dongle as a set.
- Nice Design
- Good Range
- Large Mbps rating
- Dual Channel
- Nice Connection with Both Products