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which router do you recommend?


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rinconjoe

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ok I am on a bussiness class interent due to wanting more i upload and down load speed and home road runner couldnt support the speed I wanted. both are set at 10MB , so with that what router would you recomend?
I also like to play games online.
wired or wireless either is fine but my main computer will be wired.
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I'm a belkin man but its a ford Chevy thing. It all depends do you want wireless or need it? If I was going to buy a new router then this is what I would get here You have to decide what you want out of a router. If you want fast wireless then you need a card that will connect with N technology

Hope this helps

Tom
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jtscustomcomputers

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My personal preference after using several name brands has been Netgear. I like the configuration options and think they lay out options much better. Personal opinion although there are several good companies making them.
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