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Old October 30, 2012, 10:00 AM
IchiZoo IchiZoo is offline
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Calgary
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From my point of view, you don't need to care anything if you have no complaints with your current setups. I assume your current router has 802.11n (2.4GHz only) - 300Mbps. That's the only thing you need to care about the router. And you definitely need more than 1.5MB/s which is 12Mbps of the Internet connection speed. Otherwise, you will not get higher transfer rate even if you get a good wireless router.

And, please keep in mind, there is no "a router that has long-range and stability" for wireless LAN connection. JD has explained why. Simply put, the bandwidth for the wireless signal for you is not dedicated; interference from anywhere. But you can get a good hardware stability if you choose a reliable one.
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