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sam1718 02-22-2013 09:53 PM

1SaleADay D-Link Systems HD Media Router 1000 w/ 4GB Ethernet Ports, SD Card Slot & USB $19.99 + FREE SHIPPING
 
D-Link Systems HD Media Router 1000 w/ 4GB Ethernet Ports, SD Card Slot & USB!
http://1saleaday.com/main/

List Price $149.99
Savings $130.00 (87%)
Price: $19.99
+ Free shipping

Condition: New
Packaging: Retail
Warranty: 1 Year
Manufacturer: D-link
Model: DIR-657

Features Include:
•Wireless N 300
•4 GB Ethernet ports
•HD fuel for uninterrupted Internet signal
•SD slot
•Internal antenna
•USB 2.0
•Up to 300mbps
•Dimensions: 8.4" x 6.3" x 1.3"
•Weight: .75 lbs.

Package Includes:
D-Link Systems HD Media Router 1000

Baddogdaddy 02-22-2013 10:09 PM

Just saw this on 1sad and thought I'd see what the response was like here before I bought it. Glad I waited now.

xxxHolic 02-22-2013 10:18 PM

Why TD? Pretty good deal for $25 new.

DoctorTim 02-22-2013 10:33 PM

Here are some highlights from an Amazon review. Average reviews for this are 2.4/5 with a plurality of one star reviews. From: http://www.amazon.com/D-Link-Syst...dia+Router

-Web GUI is the same tired layout. Please change!
-Single-band (2.4 GHz), not dual-band. I have several boxes that utilize the 5 GHz band to stream videos (especially HD movies) and unfortunately this router only has the 2.4 GHz band. Slows down wireless speed with more than one wireless user.
-SharePort Plus is only USB 2.0 (not USB 3.0)
-Wireless signal is weak. When I compared it to other wireless-N routers (DIR-645, DIR-655, and even the Linksys WRT110) this DIR-657 had the weakest signal. I even brought this router upstairs (installed in the main hallway) and tested the signal for upstairs use, and the DIR-655 downstairs still has a stronger signal and faster data speed than the DIR-657.
-Constantly drops connection. This happens with any device (iPad, iPhone, MacBook Pro, PCs) connected to this router. When I switch to any other wireless router, no dropped connection.
-As a router, data transfer speed is really poor. Streaming an HD movie from a NAS onto a hard-wired computer works fine, but if another person watches YouTube from another computer or Netflix from an iPad, then forget it... the HD movie will stutter and exhibit delays. This does not happen when the DIR-645 or the DIR-655 is set up as the router.
-Lately, the router needs constant rebooting. It started out requiring a monthly restart, then every other week, then every week, and now I need to restart the router 2-3 times a week. Completely unacceptable.
-I have no use for an SD card slot on a router, since I upload data on my computer (not my router). This seems more like a gimmick addon, with little or no functional usability

Nugent1021 02-23-2013 01:19 PM

$20+tax is a good deal for a wireless router and Dlink is a good product with good support. They answer the phone for tech questions, even on weekends. Connecting it to a DIR-655 for the other side of the house, hoping it works well. Not sure why the bad reviews, but I'll repost if this is a dud. A DIR-857 would be ideal for what I need, but this is 1/8 the price.

Xeroday 02-23-2013 01:37 PM

It was $20 a few weeks ago. Got one for wired connection and it works great (super cheap for gigabit router). Haven't used for wifi though

shagz7 02-23-2013 08:19 PM

People seem to love or hate this, but for $20 it's worth a try if you're running some old 802.11G action

geektja0 02-23-2013 08:22 PM

good deal if you haven't upgraded to an fast router but it's not worth the $160 MSRP....not even close. Compare to 39.95 is more accurate

paincorp 02-23-2013 08:32 PM

It's Gbit not GB. One is speed, the other is storage. This doesn't have ethernet ports with 4GB of storage.

rolandvpro 02-23-2013 08:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by paincorp (Post 57787272)
It's Gbit not GB. One is speed, the other is storage. This doesn't have ethernet ports with 4GB of storage.

ahhh learned that in class? thanks for letting ALL these that had questioned it.. lamer

MusicShark 02-23-2013 08:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by paincorp (Post 57787272)
It's Gbit not GB. One is speed, the other is storage. This doesn't have ethernet ports with 4GB of storage.

What does it mean "4 GB Ethernet ports"?

paincorp 02-24-2013 11:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rolandvpro (Post 57787314)
ahhh learned that in class? thanks for letting ALL these that had questioned it.. lamer

Wow, "lamer." I haven't heard that word in probably 10 years. You can go back to IRC and your World of Warcraft now....


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