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When will the Actiontec router go n?

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stombie19
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When will the Actiontec router go n?

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I noticed that on the datasheet for there MI424WR Actiontec router it has 802.11n listed as (future).  Wondering if anyone knows when these will be out with n (if they aren't already) and how I can get my hands on one of em.

 

Thanks

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fiostvman
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Re: When will the Actiontec router go n?

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Maybe they are waiting for the Wireless N specifications to be finalized.

 

I read somewhere recently that the standards board hopes to have it finalized late 2008/early 2009.

 

In the interim, if you want faster throughput, get a Wireless N router or the Trendnet Wireless N signal booster. I bought the Trennet and it works perfect.

TimSykes
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Re: When will the Actiontec router go n?

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Yeah I would agree 802.11n is still in draft, once it is finalized more people will pick it up as standard.
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