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Can someone recreamend what they think is the best wireless network set up, or the best router and wireless adapter in their opinion, thankyou

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I've been impressed with the features and ease of set up with buffalo routers and I always look for wireless cards with Ralink chipsets because they are support by most OSs.
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Buffalo has one very nice thing about their devices - they do exactly what they are supposed to do. If they're not, it's just defective, you return it (or warranty replace it, US based tech support and 2 year warranty). There are no little tips or tricks to learn, like you have to for other manufacturers.

If not buffalo, Linksys. Or, if you've really got some money to spend, Cisco...
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