I'd disagree with this statement. Any large corporate entity worth it's salt will not be touching the N standard until it is an officially ratified standard. This is scheduled for release in March 2009 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_N#802.11n) - any N devices you buy right now, are only based on a draft specification. Worst case scenario is that the standard could have changed by 2009, and "N" devices sold now are incompatible, but this is highly unlikely.Originally Posted by OmegaForte
I'd say G easily has another 5 years left in it, if not 10. It's theoretical maximum is more than enough for the average US broadband speed, and until people begin hitting that, there's no compelling reason to upgrade.