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Their conclusion is that some are wanting: They liked the non-Draft N Rangemax 240 from NetGear best for overall reliability and interoperability. It can’t achieve the highest speeds, using the Airgo third-generation chips, but here (and elsewhere) it’s been found to offer range and reliability. The later firmware obviously helps, as tests early this year found more problems in other reviews.
Fundamentally, interoperability at reasonable speeds is the problem with buying gear now. Sticking to one vendor’s equipment produces the best and most reliable performance.
Posted by Glennf at September 8, 2006 2:56 PM
Categories: Draft N