Originally Posted by NutZInTheHead
Seems to me that some specs for the ASUS router are wrong. I have seen reviews and on the main ASUS site it says that it has 6 antennas (3 for 2.4GHz and 3 for 5.0GHz). This is pretty much the same for all the other routers in that table.
Also it has 2x USB 2.0 ports.
I'm really thinking of getting the ASUS router soon. Unless someone changes my mind.
I got mine yesterday, after a relatively long wait (out of stock everywhere). The RT-N66U has three external antennas, which are shared by the 2.4GHz/5GHz radios.
I haven't tried connecting a lot of devices to it at once (could try it with ~15 devices next weekend, if anyone is really interested), and am (and will be) using it as a dedicated access point, since I have a dedicated router.
Early impressions are extremely positive - range is the best I have seen (A lot better than the E4200 v2 and a bit better than the D-Link DIR-855) and speeds are impressive (no very good measurements yet, but ~90 Mb/s is doable 7m and two walls away, on a 2011 MacBook Air).