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Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti Dual Band Wireless Router Review (WZR-HP-AG300H)

Rating: 8.5.

While some of you may be using routers provided by your ISP, such as BT or Virgin Media for instance, there are still many people, myself included, who own routers. The market for networking devices might have peaked a few years back but it is still one of the major sectors within the computing industry and as thousands of people now have broadband the market potential is still huge, especially when you consider how many houses have more than one computer and inevitably a laptop.

The routers provided by your ISP when you take out a new contract are certainly not the best in the business and as such you can always benefit from a more advanced and capable router, such as the one we are looking at today.

The Buffalo AirStation NFINITI Wireless-N Dual Band HighPower Gigabit Router, to give it its full name, has a huge list of features and as such should be one of the leading routers in the market. However, as is the case with many other routers, it does not contain a modem.


• High Power Technology for better signal quality and coverage
• Adjustable Antenna for receiving signal efficiently
• 3G Modem support
File sharing/Multimedia
• Connect USB Storage device to share files in your home network or
over internet
• Built-In media server streams multimedia content to DLNA clients
on your network
• In-Build BitTorrent Client
• WebAccess
• Integrated QoS Engine improves the user experience for voice,
video, and, music applications
Other Features
• 802.11n Wi-Fi CERTIFIED® ensures a connection with other
certified devices
• 2 simultanous networks with 300Mbps
• Creates 802.11n, 802.11a/g/b Wireless Networks
• One Touch Easy and Secure Wireless Connections with AOSS or WPS
• Support wall mount, horizontal and vertical positioning
• Intuitive Web Browser Configuration
• Four Gigabit Ethernet Ports
• Supports WPA2, WPA-PSK (TKIP, AES) and 128/64-bit WEP
• Multi Level Security – Can use TKIP, AES and WEP encryptions for
each device simultaneously
• 2-Year Warranty

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  • Brian

    Good review. What was the distance you tested from the router into your garden? Even a rough idea of meters would be helpful for me.

  • Iain

    Nice looking design that. I need a new one myself. I dont think the price is that bad considering, even though I know you can pick up cheap ones for under £50 inc vat.

    Seems like a good purchase.

  • Vacated

    Looks good, but im happy with my netgear

  • Faster quicker

    I think the price is very good actually considering the speeds.

  • Distance is somewhere around 20 metres from the router I would of thought when I did the ‘test’ – but this is going through 2 walls as well so it is hard to compare/measure.

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