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Maximum Transfer Speed on Concurrent Dual Band Routers

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February 19, 2012 12:06:15 PM

Hi, i am going to purchase a Simultaneous Dual Band Router with Gigabit Lan. Can anybody tell me whats the transfer speed it got on Concurrent Dual Band 900(450+450) , 750(300+450) and 600(300+300). I am going to use it for hard drive that can network attached or may be just external hard drive via USB interface.
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February 19, 2012 11:49:57 PM

The maximum possible rate depends on the specific router, having adapters with the same capability, and the distance/obstructions/interference that lie in the wireless path.

Personally, I have not yet found any that will stream full 1080p BluRay at any reasonable distance, hence I have had to fall back on wired gigabit.
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February 20, 2012 6:56:32 AM

Check this 5 best dual band wireless routers, reviewed by CNet.

http://reviews.cnet.com/best-wireless-routers/

If you can hold down for some months, you are gonna get the wi-fi routers with 802.11ac (currently you have 802.11n). Its gonna be a 1.3Gbps speed. Almost all the vendors are running in the race to get the chipset from Broadcom.

Also look this Securifi, which is world's first wi-fi router and they have got a touchscreen in their router.
www.securifi.com
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