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01-Jul-2012, 05:17 PM #1
Question Solved: Is there any point in upgrading from G to N on my home network?
I can upgrade my laptop from 802.11G to 802.11N. My router is an N router. Is there any point to doing this? I am using a cable modem that seems to run at download speeds of 20-24 Mbps.

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01-Jul-2012, 05:21 PM #2
G speeds work upto 54Mbps
so other than copying across your network -you wont see any increase in speed for internet download
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