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October 23, 2017

Belkin N1 VisionAhhh, wireless routers. Gotta love ‘em. Those plastic bricks with antennas and blinking lights are only bested by cable modems and old dot matrix printers in the land of good hardware design (unless you’re buying one built by Steve Jobs’ elves).

But not Belkin’s N1 Vision Wireless Router, which would make the tech hardware designers at F.A. Porsche proud.

It’s not just the N1′s minimalist vertical design that turns heads—in fact, that really shouldn’t turn heads at all—it’s the N1′s front-mounted display and array of statistical information that make it both cute and useful (meaning Heidi Montag could learn something from it).

The N1 Vision’s display can toggle between a variety of information, including real-time bandwidth usage, usage per connected device, activity status, date and time, and more.

It’s not all about looks with the N1 Vision: this router also packs support for the latest and greatest 802.11n standard (b/g also supported) and includes two SSID’s, a slick feature that lets you keep your network locked down but still provide guests access with their own password.

Amazon again serves it up for the best price with shipping at $156.94.

Average Rating: 4.4 out of 5 based on 167 user reviews.

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