|ASUS DSL-N13 wireless ADSL 2/2+ router review|
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ASUS DSL-N13 wireless ADSL 2/2+ router review
Looking back to the early days of ADSL availability in the UK, I remember a time when owning a router was a rarity, and ADSL modems ruled the land. Of course, having a modem was a pain in the behind on various levels, from having to connect to the Internet every time you booted up your machine to the tricky process of sharing your Internet connection across multiple PCs. Thus, as home networking became far more commonplace, so the rise of the ADSL router was assured, and these days you'd be hard pressed not to find a household with an ADSL connection that doesn't have a wireless ADSL router.
So, with the market for routers well and truly established, how do you differentiate your product from the rest of the pack? The answer to that is wide-ranging from company to company, but today we'll be taking a look at a new offering in the ADSL router market from ASUS, the DSL-N13, which supports the usual latest 802.11n wireless specification together with some other goodies to try and tempt you in its general direction. Does it succeed? Read on as we find out.