Tuesday, February 22, 2005
If you've been waiting to upgrade your 802.11 "a" or "b" router for your cable or DSL connection, you might want to check this out. Remember that the 802.11g devices are backwards compatible, so if you have some wireless devices on the slower standards they will still work. The router is capable of wireless speeds around 54 Megabits per second (Mbps), although with overhead for the routing and error checking of packets, you will probably realize about 50% to 75% of that speed. Either way: much faster than the 11Mbps of 802.11b!
Click the post title for the product link at CompUSA.