In that case take a look at the Katsu from AIM Tools in London. It is such a close copy of the Makita RT0700 that not only the bases are interchangeable, but even the collets and brushes. OK, the fit and finish isn't as good, but at the price it can't be beaten.Was going to use the trimmer/router for hinges and other little bits here and there. Drip line on a sill lol. Maybe just get a corded one. £49. It's just not always possible to plug it in.
As to the DW being more router, well, only just a maybe. As a laminate trimmer and edge tool it is actually a bit on the big (fat, portly) and heavy side and it is very expensive. It's may be worth noting that until the late 1960s 600 watts was pretty much all you got in a portable router - and for many tasks it sufficed or could be made to do the job
On the other hand there may be a battery converter out there in eBay land which allows you to.use DW batteries on a Mak