The Belkin F7D3302UK is one of the many routers that still rely on 2.4 Ghz. This means it doesne(TM)t have enough capacity to prevent or reduce interference as well as data loss if there are already a lot of devices that connect to the wireless network. However, if you only have a small home, and there are only a couple of peripherals, this is already a good choice. A great bonus is the fact that this doesne(TM)t cost a lot and runs on either Mac OS 10.5 (and other recent versions) or Windows XP (and the newest ones). This is also quite easy to set up, though there are some users who experience errors depending on the operating system they are currently using. This also features the self-healing option, which makes it more intuitive than the other routers, fixing issues and problems automatically. This also comes with a USB port, which can be used to attach a printer. This way, you can also share the device within the network. Compared to other Belkin models, this also appears faster.