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I have two computers networked together with a Netgear DS104 Dual Speed Hub and an ADSL connection with a Netgear DG632 ADSL Modem Router. I have recently bought a wireless laptop and want to connect it to the broadband connection but don't want to disrupt the network connection between the two computers. Can you please suggest the best wireless router for the job?

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  • ced5 Jun 13, 2008

    Thanks for your reply but I don't know what "trendnet" is.Sorry bit new to all this!

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Trendnet is cheaper with a distance around 100m and settings also simple

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