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What's the difference between Linksys WRT610n and Netgear WNDR3300-1BYNAS? which is better?

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Hi,
I would suggest going for the Linksys one, it seems to me like it has a bigger chanse of giving you a stable, problem-free network environment.

As far as I can see from a few reviews and checking the specs for both of them you could have a lot better performance using the Linksys one.


From personal experience I'd say linksys offer better products then netgear, in general.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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