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#81572 14-Apr-2011 17:29
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Hey all,

Im looking to upgrade my aging wifi router and was thinking of this one 

http://www.ascent.co.nz/productspecification.aspx?ItemID=383525

But it's review wasn't so promising. Basically i want a wireless g/n one and i want to game on it with minimal latency. The USB memory slot is useful, but the ability to take a 3G data stick would be better.

Im not interested in cheapy ones with aftermarket firmware, and would like to pay somewhere around $300. 

Opinions?

Cheers,

Chris

Edit -> Turns out my cheapy WiFI PCI card i got 2 years ago is Wireless N 300 Mbps Yay! So i don't need to buy the PCI upgrade 




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Also looking for firmware for Huawei EchoLife HG520s. We bought it off VF a few years back and Huawei dont have it on their website no more. Constant DC issues with it




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