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Cisco-Linksys Maximum Performance E4200 - £115.13 @ Kikatek
Cisco-Linksys Maximum Performance E4200 - £115.13 @ Kikatek

Cisco-Linksys Maximum Performance E4200 - £115.13 @ Kikatek

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Was looking for a router hence found this on Google shopping.

Amazon is selling them for £169.00, therefore I think this price is pretty sweet

Enjoy!

Spec:

Cisco Linksys E4200 Maximum Performance Wireless-N Router

The E4200 is the latest and most advanced member of the Linksys E-series family and offers the power you need for HD video streaming on all your wireless streaming devices – such as laptops, iPads, internet-enabled TVs, Blu-ray players and game consoles.
Performance

With speeds up to 450Mbps the Linksys E4200 is ideal for video streaming around the house and is supported with additional features including:

• 3 x 3 antenna technology delivering 450Mbps on the 5GHz radio band
• SpeedBoost amplifiers that increase the signal strength across greater distances
• MIMO (multiple-input and multiple-output) technology that uses the walls of your home to extend the coverage
Style
The E4200 has been crafted by our Denmark and California design team. Built on a single thin floating plane it's designed to hide cables and ports; the flashing LED lights can also be turned off to allow for a calmer environment. In all, these features create a router that can sit next to your best home entertainment system.


You're in Control

Cisco Connect software helps you customise your settings, quickly add multiple Internet devices to your network:

Get set up and online in three simple steps
Give visitors password-protected Internet access on a separate network
Limit access time and websites with Parental Controls
Easily access advanced network settings

4 Comments

Thought this was a bit expensive for what it is until I did a little research and it's a nice feature set and fairly future proof. Tempted but probably won't be able to sneak it past the other half and also haven't really got any proper N wireless kit in the house to make use of the extra speed.

The killer feature for me though is the ability to plug in an external usb drive for storage.

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I like the concept of the design regarding hiding cables and disabling lights.

How does this stack up against the Netgear WNDR3700?

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alasrati

I like the concept of the design regarding hiding cables and disabling … I like the concept of the design regarding hiding cables and disabling lights.How does this stack up against the Netgear WNDR3700?



I am not sure but considering it is the top model of Cisco router, it can't be bad

It seems that they've sold out now - and there are none due back in stock
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