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Topic # 76441 2-Feb-2011 13:15
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Hey Guys!

I currently have the "THOMSON TG585v7" modem, but I want something better. I need wireless, N would be good for my slim xbox and laptop for wireless connectivity. I need at least 4 ports for ethernet connection as well. I also would love to have QoS. I have a $150-$250 price range.

Suggest away :)

Thanks!

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  Reply # 434286 2-Feb-2011 14:27
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I'm a new TP-Link convert - simply awesome, both in price and performance! I am currently using the TD-W8960N model. That should fall easily within your budget too.




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  Reply # 434287 2-Feb-2011 14:29
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I was wrong - that TP-Link model falls below your budget! Check this out.




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  Reply # 434397 2-Feb-2011 17:49
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dpw: I was wrong - that TP-Link model falls below your budget! Check this out.


Nice, looks like me :)

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  Reply # 434408 2-Feb-2011 18:10
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dpw: I'm a new TP-Link convert - simply awesome, both in price and performance! I am currently using the TD-W8960N model. That should fall easily within your budget too.


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I have this one as well, no problems, speed is good and I really like it.

You can get it cheaper than that at a few places.  http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=480528




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