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What is the max throughput for wifi wireless?

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When you have a PC in your shed. Or you don't want CAT5 running all around your door frames and under carpets.

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When you use a laptop on the sofa, then carry it around the house

When you have a smartphone

When you have a tablet

When you have a PC that someone stuck a crayon into the LAN port

When your house was burgled and all they took was your Ethernet Adapter

When the dog chewed through your network cable

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when you don't want TRIP HAZARDS!!!!

when you want HARDCORE COVERAGE!!!! outside on your **********in boat

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As long as you don't really do internal network transfers (that really require speed) and your wireless speed can keep up with your internet connection - who cares?

I get around 100Mbps over 2.4Ghz WiFi-N and my internet is 60Mbps. Sounds fine with me.

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As long as you don't really do internal network transfers (that really require speed) and your wireless speed can keep up with your internet connection - who cares?

I get around 100Mbps over 2.4Ghz WiFi-N and my internet is 60Mbps. Sounds fine with me.

You should get an amped wireless router R2

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For all the reasons listed above. I have multiple devices to connect with. A wireless solution makes way more sense. I was just two devices 7 years ago. I had wire running through out my apartment. Well now I have a great wireless router and connect all my devices and do file sharing easily. It's a built in firewall, and provides 300mbps throughput. Dual band dual channel FTW!!! 10,000 sq/ft coverage!!!

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