The DIR-450 is a traditional router with many of D-Link's advanced features. The difference is that instead of an Ethernet WAN port, there's a PC card slot to accommodate an EV-DO card.
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The 2.4 GHz Draft-N DIR-655 keeps all of the configuration options that made its predecessor popular, but adds new features including Gigabit LAN ports and Wireless Intelligent Stream Handling.
Fancy styling and ease of use can't overcome lackluster performance compared to other Draft-N products.
Still in draft mode, 802.11n the newest Wi-Fi standard won't be finalized till late 2007, but new wireless products touting the technology's improved speed are on shelves now. Here's tech-veteran Craig Ellison's take on DLink's Draft-N router.