When I moved into my new house, I decided to go with a wireless router rather than ethernet cables for my computers and Wii console. Comparing prices for wireless N routers at Walmart, the Belkin Wireless N Router was the best bargain at only $56. The Belkin Wireless N Router has a 600 foot radius range, and it easily reaches throughout my entire yard and down the road past the neighbor's house. It also plays well with my TP-Link wireless adapter, giving me about 70 mbps of download speed at 20 feet from the router. The Belkin Wireless N Router can manage up to ten internet connections before it boots something off, and I have five or six different computers and gaming consoles hooked up at any one time.
I don't have any trouble with any of my own wireless connections to the Belkin Wireless N Router, but my daughter's Acer laptop constantly drops the internet connection with my Belkin Wireless N Router, so I know there's a driver compatability issue there with the brand of her wireless network interface card (NIC). Doing a little more research, this seems to be a common problem with Acer laptops rather than with the Belkin Wireless N Router itself.