Philips 802.11g Wireless Modem Router (for ADSL / BT line broadband) + Wireless USB Adapter - reduced to £24.98 @ Tesco Direct ! - HotUKDeals
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Suitable for going wireless on BT, TalkTalk, Sky & other ADSL broadband connections.

FREE delivery via Tesco SIM method or FREE delivery to local store

Set up a wireless network with the Philips ADSL Modem Router & USB Adapter. The Philips router transfers data at 54MB per second and features a firewall and encryption capability for security. This starter kit features a wireless USB adaptor to get a PC set up straight away.

Wireless speed up to 54Mbits/sec
Wi-Fi certified 802.11b/g
Works with Windows Vista
Four 10/100mbits/sec RJ45 Ethernet ports
RJ11 WAN interface
WPS button
Easy Installation Wizard (filed for patent)
USB adapter included.
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#1
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#2
Anyone know how good these are. My o2 wireless box is nearly on its way out and was wondering how good the wireless signal is on the router. Heat added.
#3
Quite a nice design

Also a good price, seeing as you get the USB dongle too

Heat & rep
#4
Hmm, seems to be an old model, anyone know it's number or anything about it? Want to establish if it's ADSL2+ or not. Cheers.
#5
kobirulali;3611168
Anyone know how good these are. My o2 wireless box is nearly on its way out and was wondering how good the wireless signal is on the router. Heat added.


Well get on to customer service!
http://service.o2.co.uk/IQ/SRVS/CGI-BIN/WEBCGI.EXE/,/?St=136,E=0000000002098345767,K=6633,Sxi=7,t=broadband_case,CASE=12505

O2 routers are not yours, they are provided by O2, and they will replace it!
For all the shortcomings of the Speedtouch routers they supply, I think you will be better off with theirs than this thing!
#6
Could this be used as a cheap wireless bridge to say a 360?
#7
Ungreat
Could this be used as a cheap wireless bridge to say a 360?


Depends on a lot of factors. The 2 most important are:
1. does it have the capability within its setup to allow this
2. what your main wireless router is - if it is a homehub 2.0 then the answer is no

Do a google to see if you can find out some more information about the modem router listed here
#8
I had 1 of these and returned it. I couldn't get it working spent ages speaking to their customer service department not in the UK, still couldn't get it working. Returned it to Tescos for a full refund and bought a Belkin which was easy and very straight foreward to set up. I would advise against this.
#9
Got one the last time they were on offer and they are great, no problems so far.I have a PC connected, a PS3 and a Wii without issue.
#10
These routers are good. I think I bought my philips DSL router from PC world for a similar price. The installation cd was a bit annoying, but when i rang the philips number, within couple of minutes they helped me to set it up. Had no problems with it.

It connects to my laptop through cable, another desktop PC through wireless adapter, Ps3, Psp and Wii. Works good on gaming.
#11
Is this suitable for AOL, cause my father-in-law is looking. I seem to have a niggling thought in my head that AOL are a PITA when it comes to buying your own router
#12
had one and took it back from last time round.


drops connection intermittantly and no firmware update support......

good price but mine lasted about 3 months before giving up and stopped connecting totaly.
#13
Had mine for about 6 months now, easy as pie to setup and administrate, and rock solid connection on Wii, 360 and laptop wireless connections. Leagues better than the Belkin and Buffalo models I had before, and better than my faithful old USR for range of connection.
#14
Can someone who understands these things tell me how this compares with this ZyXEL router
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/256961/zyxel-adsl2-wireless-54mbps-modem-r/showthread.php?t=256961&page=2
What is obvious is that the Phillips router looks smarter and comes with a USB adaptor. But since I don't need the adaptor I'm tempted to go for the ZyXEL because I'm more interested in performance & reliability.
#15
There are 3 reviews of this modem here:
http://www.ciao.co.uk/Reviews/Philips_Wireless_Router_SNB5600__6643645 .
A brief comparison is made with the Zyxel. Also some interesting notes about DSL and ADSL modems
#16
There's a Zyxel that crops up on Scan on their Today Only now and again.
Looks like a good one and cheap (usually around £25)
Been toying with getting it myself.

Is it true that a wireless modem/router connects at a lower speed than a wired connection?
#17
Got one of these last month from Amazon, works great and easy to setup. I've had a few of the cheapo Zyxel ones before and have has a number of problems with them.
#19
pinnman;3615572
There are 3 reviews of this modem here:
http://www.ciao.co.uk/Reviews/Philips_Wireless_Router_SNB5600__6643645 .
A brief comparison is made with the Zyxel. Also some interesting notes about DSL and ADSL modems

hi i think that for the one with out a adsl modem

this looks like the one for this
http://www.ciao.co.uk/Philips_Wireless_Modem_Router_CGA5722_wireless_router__6988428
looks like it ?

scooter
#20
I'm after my first wireless router to use with my desktop, laptop and new netbook I'm getting for Christmas. Would this be a good buy? I'm with Talktalk for landline and BB.

Thanks

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