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Re: Router speeds vs Modem Speeds
I guess, in a pinch, a $59 TP-LINK "TL-WR1043ND" is a good, and cheap, choice for the budget minded ...
I've had NO problems, including my recent profile-upgrade, with it keeping up with anything !, ..., for over a year now, and it's chock full of a lot of modern features that the average home-router/wireless User could ever need.
However, at the extremes of future gaming, ..., and/or streaming +1080p and higher faithfully/wirelessly, the Asus RT-N66U (dusl-band) really does look to be a "beast" - it'll definitely be my next network-upgrade.
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said by rik555:
I guess, in a pinch, a $59 TP-LINK "TL-WR1043ND" is a good, and cheap, choice for the budget minded....
Hopefully not TOO cheap - CHEAP is a 4-Letter word in MY vocabulary. (implying poor quality)
But that router model is generally of reasonable reputation, and I have used one of their modems and was pleased with it.
ALL of the TP-Link stuff seems to be targetted for the budget-conscious folks, and is fairly decent as well.
We have only 2 things about which to worry :
(1) That things may never get back to normal
(2) That they already HAVE !
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