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Topic # 57624 19-Feb-2010 11:56
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OK guys, thanks for help, I've settled on the Dynalink RTA1025 Modem/Router.

Only hting is I've notice there is an Dynalink RTA1025W available for a lot cheaper (cheapest $114) than the RTA1025WE (cheapest $130).

Any ideas what the difference is? Google reveals the cheaper one may be an Aussie import but what are the differences?




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  Reply # 300353 19-Feb-2010 12:30
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The 'E' modems don't sport a USB connection anymore and the redesigned smaller black casing so apart from the USB connector and associated electronics, I suspect it'll be the same hardware.



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  Reply # 303007 28-Feb-2010 16:59
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Just as a follow up I got the new one for the same price as the old at a place on Dominion Road (found on gearbot), $115. Running v well so far.




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