Netgear's Lawsuit Alleging Asus of False Advertising Can Proceed, Judge Says

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devin3627

i actually felt sickness when next to a clearwire modem, i would feel nauseous, then again it was right by computer desk. but whats wierd is i have an iphone and the damn thing doesnt make me nausous. hm FCC safety or interference protection for airplanes above?

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Caboose

Or it's all in your head.

As Mulder says to Scully, "The truth is out there".

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Morete

Netgear has enough issues on their own plate to be worrying about. If they would fix their quality control and quality of service, their competitors would be irrelevant to their bottom line.

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Renegade Knight

Agreed. Netgear is the last router company on earth that I would use. They burned me on their hardware then burned me with the customer service not being willing to take care of their problem.

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BlazePC

Netgear is just butthurt because Asus has awesome products like these:

RT-AC66U
RT-AC68U

(The '68 is awesome, especially with Merlin.)

Butthurt because they work so beautifully..

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4000

Netgear may have issues, but that doesn't invalidate the suit. It would be like Ford selling a new Mustang without catalytic converters, but paying the inspectors to say they were there. If true, it's bad news for the manufacturer. Difference is only that you'd be unable to renew the car's registration in a year.

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BlazePC

Suing the competition over False Advertisement is just another example of the wussification of society. If the products in question exceed FCC limits, simply go after that by alerting the FCC. This lawsuit stuff is costly and equally wimpy.

Netgear has been in a funk for a while now so I'm not surprised by this tactic..

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Scatter

It's not all that surprising if they exceed FCC standards.