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I'm looking @ Netgear's WNR1000 "w/ some n features" vs. WNR2000 w/ n. Their tech support doesn't seem to know the diff. Or is WGR614 w/ g fine? I have TWC Road Runner Standard Internet (10/1 Mbps) & ~1200 sq. ft. apt. I have 2 other computers, no online gaming or Netflix or networking, some iChatting & Google phoning.
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I'm not sure I know what your question is. Just to provide some general feedback, in the absence of a more specific question - you won't benefit from an 'n' router - your internet service doesn't provide sufficient bandwidth - so you can pretty much pick the router of your choice (g,a, or n) - and it will meet your needs.
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I'm not sure I know what your question is. Just to provide some general feedback, in the absence of a more specific question - you won't benefit from an 'n' router - your internet service doesn't provide sufficient bandwidth - so you can pretty much pick the router of your choice (g,a, or n) - and it will meet your needs.
Yeah, I guess I'm not entirely sure what I'm asking. I'm not clear if there are other aspects apart from my ISP that would make n routers faster or stronger. (I read something about MIMO?) I also don't know what "w/ some n features" means (nor did tech support), or if in a coupla years I'll wish I got a full n router.
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