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You're so vain... you probably think this post is about you.. don't you? Don't you? You're so vain!
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I'm a software developer, so I know my way around computers... but I know MAYBE 2 things about wireless networking. At home, I am a pretty heavy wireless user. A laptop, a tablet, two cell phones, a thermostat, and Google TV. My biggest problem is streaming on my TV. If the network isn't being used much, I have no problem streaming HD movies via DLNA to my tv. However, if the network is being used by other devices, I occasionally have issues. On top of that, I cannot stream ANY internet content in HD, YouTube videos almost immediately downgrade themselves to standard definition.
I have been toying around with two solutions and haven't pulled the trigger on either. Buy a better router or hardwire the TV. Running a wire is the cheaper of the two, but will require a considerable amount of labor. I'd buy a router, but like I said, I don't know much about wireless networking, so I'm not confident that spending the money will fix anything.
Does anyone have any input on whether or not buying this router would be a good idea? Or will I simply be out of $50 and in the same position?
When what to my wondering eyes should appear, but a bucket of wings and a six pack of beer!
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FYI, I'd sooner trust Newegg reviews than Amazon reviews.
It appears that a firmware update in July fixed most of the problems people are complaining about.
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