802.11n Gains Traction - Here's What You Need to Know

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Shalbatana

I've been slowly working a hard wire network into every room of my house. Between that, security, and how little I surf when I'm away from home, I really have no interest whatsoever in wireless.

However, if Keith's question is a "YES", then count me it's biggest fan.
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popstop785

I picked up a Linksys 600N about a month ago. Been very happy with it since.

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Talcum X

Answer: No.
Unless you meet a woman in the PC parts dept. looking for the same stuff you are. Then you might have a chance.

I know this stuff turns my wife on...(NOT)

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StormEffect

The best network/wireless network site I've found is http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/

They have interesting articles/review/tutorials all based on wireless and wired networks. Right now I think the DLink DIR-655 is one of the best single-band (2.4GHz) N routers, and it will be supplanted by the recent DLink DIR-855, which competes with the Linksys you listed.

Also, check out their Router Charts, you can compare router performance in almost ANY area!

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Keith E. Whisman

But can all this get you laid?

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