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#142842 26-Mar-2014 12:32
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Looking for something under $200 for ADSL2 with N-wireless, Preferably with dual-band and a usb3 port for a harddrive.

VDSL and ufb are a bonus but not necessary . Just needs to be reliable more than anything.

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  #1013639 27-Mar-2014 09:11
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ok so i just put your requirement into pricespy, and nothing under 200 came up. you'd be looking at about 250

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  #1013643 27-Mar-2014 09:13
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Asus DSL-N55U, though it's USB ports are 2.0

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