October 14th 2011 8:49 am

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Critic reviews

8.3
4 reviews
  • Ease of use
    8.7
  • Speed / throughput
    8.7
  • Configurability / networking features
    8.7
  • Reliability
    8.2
  • Range
    9.0
  • Durability

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User reviews

9.6
24 reviews
9.0
PC World Feb 15, 2013

Whether you'€™re a consumer or a small business owner, and you demand products based on the rock-solid 802.11n standard, the Asus RT-N66U is the router to buy. It's fast, it's packed with features, and I havenâ't found one that's better.

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8.0
CNET Mar 22, 2012

Though not perfect, the Asus RT-N66U Dark Knight Double 450Mbps N Router would make an excellent network gateway for home and small-office environments.

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8.0
CNET AU Sep 25, 2012

While the RT-N66U may not have had the fastest 2.4GHz signal at close quarters, it certainly has the best range of any 802.11n router we've tested. Add to this the easy-to-use interface, leagues of options and the fact that it simply works — we can't help but recommend this.

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8.0
SmallNetBuilder Feb 6, 2012

If you're going to spend close to $200 for a wireless router, you should get a lot for your money. ... But other aspects of the product are a work in progress.

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9.0
jtlightner jtlightner

I was impressed initially with the device as it looks good, and has some weight to the unit. Overall the unit felt very solid compared to all the other routers I have used in the past. I am extremely pleased with the overall speed of the unit not only through wireless but also through the LAN...

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8.0
HellfireHD HellfireHD

Used mine with the stock ASUS firmware for about a day. After that I went looking for a DD-WRT build for it but due to some NVRAM issues it's a bit riskier than I felt comfortable with. Flashed a fork of the ASUS firmware that is developed by RMerlin and I've been a happy camper ever since....

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9.0
9th 9th

Really like this stylish router. It's been really stable out of the box (with latest firmware) and works great!

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9.0
patrixmyth patrixmyth

Newly acquired, but the ease of use and initial results have been great. The stock firmware performed fine, but Tomato by Shibby really makes it something great. Purchased specifically to streamline use of Chromecast and other devices with VPN-like DNS services that are essential for an ex-pat...

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