Sommaire: A PC Card slot allows this ADSL modem/router to double as a 3G modem/router. It performed very well in our tests and ships with a car kit, which, in effect, can turn your car into a mobile hotspot.
Avantages: Produced excellent results in our speed tests, can distribute an Internet connection from a 3G PC Card, has good filtering and security options
Contre: Doesn't have 802.11 draft-n capability, doesn't have MIMO antennas
Sommaire: instead of using its built-in ADSL modem. Note that it is not a true dual-WAN product as such and will not allow load sharing or failover between two broadband connections. Click here to test drive the configuration menus .
Sommaire: The Billion BiPAC 7300N is the little workhorse that could. Between this and the 7800NL we'd have a hard choice deciding, which would essentially come down to the specific features we'd want in a router.
Avantages: Good throughput, especially at distance, Optional WAN, VLAN support
Contre: Web UI is newbie hostile, No mechanical power button, ADSL2+ sync speeds lower than they should be