Question about Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router
How do I know whether I need a ''G'' or an ''N'' router? The router would be used to by a laptop and a desktop computer.
You need not to worry about
the letters g or n, but if you mast know; then the g (and n) stands for a
protocol that is used for transmitting data i.e. a highway that “transmit” cars.
The “old” g is being replaced by the “new” n, which is supposed to be faster.
Now back to you question.
The new model n is faster, and without doubt more expensive, and as the “older” g has been working without problems for many years, I would buy one of these.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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