Wireless-G or Wireless-N

Discussion in 'polls' started by Pseudo, Sep 30, 2008.

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Which draft do you use?

  1. Wireless-G

    24 vote(s)
    49.0%
  2. Wireless-N

    25 vote(s)
    51.0%
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  1. Pseudo

    Pseudo Registered Member

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    Which draft do you use?
     
  2. lodore

    lodore Registered Member

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    wireless G is already a standard.
    draft means its not a standard yet.
    i use a draft N router and wireless G cards.
    i only have a draft n router because it was free from my isp BT.
     
  3. HURST

    HURST Registered Member

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    G, but only because my laptop and router are 2+ years old.
    Next laptop will be N.
     
  4. InfinityAz

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    My router is dual-band (i.e., separate transceiver for G and separate transceiver for N), so didn't vote.

    I use both G and N depending on what needs to connect.
     
  5. WiFF

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    N - i Found it least problamatic, (also: have had it for few years now) no_hastle!
    Make no mistake, i had my fair share of installation issues wiff it & getting it all "K_OK", though i think the OS was the most incompatible between the two of us... lol. At the time the best option was "let windows manage this wireless connection".
    mhff, Feels kinda nostalgic having said that..
     
  6. xandros

    xandros Registered Member

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    wireless N
    its very fast and the signal is better than wireless G

    we have 4 laptops in the home , the new laptop support wireless N the signal is better than the laptop support only wireless G
     
  7. vijayind

    vijayind Registered Member

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    G , works well for me.

    Don't see the need to invest in N yet, since its still in draft. Once standardized, I may take a look.
     
  8. aigle

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    Hmmm.... can anyone tell what is the difference between them? What is more common n better? Is wireless N an option on all laptops n pocket PCS, cell phones etc?

    Thanks
     
  9. Cloudcroft

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    Wireless G, because at the time (almost a year ago) I bought my first wireless router, I was underwhelmed by my son-in-law's expensive wireless N router. I'm sure the next time I purchase a wireless device, it will be wireless N.
     
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