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    WiiChat Member FrozenEye's Avatar
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    Yeah, I see your point. I typically get more than I normally need in general, no matter what the subject matter. I just want to be certain I get something that will work and won't cause any problems (just like everyone else).

    Since you don't like DLink, what is your preference?

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    If you're aiming to avoid problems, you're better-off going with a technology that has had time to mature, stabilize, and have its bugs worked out (802.11g) than a bleeding-edge one fresh off the assembly line (802.11n). Plus you'll save some cash that you can put towards a Wii game.

    Early-adopters tend to have a rough time.
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    Do you have any suggestions for 802.11g routers for Wii, then?

    Thanks for all your help

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    Linksys WRT54G is the standby. You can get it for $43 and free shipping from NewEgg. Buffalo Technology is a lesser-known company but in my mind makes excellent networking products. USA tech support. Unfortunately there's a stupid lawsuit going on that is forcing them to temporarily not be able to sell networking products in the USA. I expect this to blow over before too long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sremick
    Linksys WRT54G is the standby
    +1, I have one that has been going for years with no major problems
    ... but what do I know?...
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