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Old 13th January 2015
jkusniar jkusniar is offline
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Agreed.

Everything, I consider important (my desktop, NAS), runs on gigabit ethernet. The thing is, that there are devices (wife's phone, Kindle ebook reader, wife's netbook), that can't be connected through ethernet. So there is a need for wireless. And since it's there, I'm sometimes lazy to look for a free cable laying somewhere around and connect my work laptop through wireless.

Casual webbrowsing is ok on current setup. But what annoys me, are those slow copy operations of large files, I do from time to time.

I decided to use custom device with open bios and opensource OS, because security is important to me. Anyway, I may borrow some TPlink/netgear, just to compare.
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