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Cheap ADSL Holds Up 802.11n Router Design

June 22nd, 2010 06:10 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

sholto writes “Ever wondered why you can’t find the perfect 802.11n router? You know, the one with dual band, great range, USB print server and storage? Australian ISPs used to give away modem routers to consumers with expensive ADSL plans, but competition has forced them to drop the plans’ prices so low they can’t subsidize the boxes any more. D-Link Australia says R&D into N routers is now becalmed in a Catch-22.

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