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Router Help

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by antonio11, Feb 14, 2007.

  1. antonio11

    antonio11 Regular member

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    im looking to buy a new router, any suggestions on whats good these days, (it has to be wireless)
    thanks
     
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    steimy Active member

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    J0hnnyga Regular member

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    i have tried linksys netgear and d-link and of the 3 brands i've been most happy with the d-link and im still using it now
     
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    I'd avoid Linksys or Netgear anything. They have too many hard limits that D-link, etc. don't, and they (especially the wired products) tend to crash a lot. Depending on the money you want to spend, you can get an entry-level router from Compusa for $40 a 802.11g or $80 for a more modern 802.11n.
     
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    thanks I was thinking about Linksys but I guess I will checkout what do the offer at compusa
     

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