ASUS RT-N16 has a distinct appearance- a cool white shade and 3 protruding antennae. Its a tad larger than some other routers. Although having support for 802.11n,its sad to know that it doesn't support the 5-Ghz band, which comes in handy to reduce interference if you have many 2.4-Ghz devices around. It has an easy to use interface.The automatic diagnostics and setup tutorials are quite helpful. Some of its key features include file sharing on USB over FTP, automatic bandwidth allocation and a nifty app called Download Master that lets you set HTTP,FTP as well as BitTorrent downloads to be saved directly on a USB drive. You can also connect printers and scanners to its USB port and use them wirelessly.
Testing this router by connecting it into a test PC, hooking up an Acer Aspire 4736z laptop to the router in the 802.11n mode. We tested in three zone. Near , Distant and Far away like as in the lower level of the same building. Over ll, from what that could be observed, the router does a good job when the device is used at moderate ranges. At longer ranges, the speeds would get hampered. But its pricey at Rs7,000 Seems much more that what it deserve and moreover, its not the best performer around.
Lan Ports : WAN -1 , LAN -4 And RAJ-45
USB Ports : USB 2.0 - 2
Size : 216 x 161.9 x 40.5 mm
Weight : 470g
Network Protocol: ic IP, Static IP, PPoE, PPTP, L2TP