Belkin N Wireless Router £51.99 @ EBUYER
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Belkin N Wireless Router £51.99 @ EBUYER

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Found 8th Jun 2008
Not the cheapest wireless router, but for those who need to have a well known brand. Other ell branded N routers include a Buffalo ebuyer.com/pro…028 and a Linksys ebuyer.com/pro…215

Connecting the Belkin N Wireless Router to your cable or DSL modem lets you share your broadband Internet account with all your networked computers. The N wireless router uses draft 802.11n technology and Intelligent MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) spatial multiplexing techniques which greatly increases speed, coverage, and the reliability of the wireless network. N wireless router offers a quick and efficient way for people to distribute music, photos, and files among the networked computers in their home.

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Does This Have A Usb Adapter With It

Original Poster

No, it does not.

these things are **** i hooked one up to my ps3 and wii

wont even let the ps3 connect to the internet and cuts the wii off whenever it feels like it

belkin wireless routers are the last grade of products in wireless networking. so not worth considering for this price

No MIMO, and no Gigabit. Cold.

Looks pretty but get a WRT and install DD-WRT

Original Poster

There is MIMO

Its worth noting that belkin do offer a lifetime warranty with their routers, plus free technical support.

joylove;2270999

No MIMO, and no Gigabit. Cold.



Wireless N always has MIMO on-board, and gigabit ethernet interfaces (= gigabit network ports) are only found on more expensive routers (£75+). 100 Mbit ethernet is more than enough for HD streaming etc.

plap;2272701

Wireless N always has MIMO on-board, and gigabit ethernet interfaces (= … Wireless N always has MIMO on-board, and gigabit ethernet interfaces (= gigabit network ports) are only found on more expensive routers (£75+). 100 Mbit ethernet is more than enough for HD streaming etc.



I assume it's only 2x2 MIMO instead of 3x3 MIMO of the Draft 2.0 compatible stuff? Anyway, why buy a 300Mbps (raw) datarate if you only get a 100Mbps LAN botleneck?
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