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The Belkin Surf is a basic wireless router.

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Pros

Installation is very fast, requires only following onscreen directions

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Comes out of box with all cables connected properly

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Very inexpensive for N-class speeds

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Compact form factor, no antennas, can easily be tucked away

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Cons

Connection speeds seem to fluctuate a lot compared to other routers

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Tends to require a lot of adjustment to fix connection problems

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Low overall signal strength, not great for transmission between floors

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Persistent connection problems, frequent drops

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The Belkin Surf is a basic wireless router. This is similar to the Belkin Share, but doesn't have the USB port required for hardware sharing. The router's range is extended by arranging the two internal antennas on separate planes, allowing them to catch signals clearer in a wider variety of angles. MIMO technology is used with the two antennas to ensure smooth operation. Standard encryption protocols compatible with most wireless devices are built in, and a firewall that uses NAT and SPI filters outside users from the network. 4 LAN ports are built in for wired connections, and a WAN port is compatible with most cable and DSL modems. 

Features
  • Up to 300 Mbps
  • Wireless and wired networking, 802.11b/g/n
  • 4 x LAN 10/100/1000, 1 x WAN
  • Storage or printer direct sharing via USB
  • Dual-plane antennas and MIMO technology
  • WPA2/WPA-Personal (PSK) & WEP 64/128-bit
  • NAT and SPI firewall
  • Network collision detection
  • ENERGY STAR adapter
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