This Linksys Gaming router prioritizes your gaming traffic before everyone else's traffic
No, and you keep that Killer rubbish too. I have it on my motherboard and I am not impressed by it.
Ethernet>>>>>wi reless Buy off Amazon a flat ethernet cable and run that to your existing router. Depending on length you may spend up to $30-$40 but it'll max out your connection that no $300 gaming router could do.
Nah, my generic 5 dollar wifi dongle works great, never get lag, always have a low latency.
I just use powerline adapters and haven't had any issues at all.
MOCA available too, even better speeds.
I'll have to look into MOCA, what is it?
it sends the signal through coax, a far more stable system.
NO, a power line adapter is 1/3 price and more reliable
I have noticed some companies throwing "gaming" on to their products and slapping a mark up on it to cash in because it's for "gaming" when just non gaming branded products work just as well.
Nah, it couldn't handle my 1mb DSL connection from TDS that downloads at a blazing fast speed of 100kb/s. Yep that internet still exists in America, and guess how much it costs a month?? 55 dollars.
Because in America there is no real competition for Internet, cable or phone service. Once a competitior gets big enough the major ones buy it, subsit it and call it a competitor but constantly give it last generation hardware so it cant really compet giving America a oligopoly, which is what 90% of the American economy is.
I used to complain about Comcast but I would love to have them now since I moved and my only option is TDS , its hard to believe that parts of third world countries have better internet than some places in America.
Indianapolis there is Att 45mbps for 90$ with a tb limit, Comcast 75mbps for 100$ with a tb limit or Spark which used to be brighthouse which was a subsit of Comcast, they change its name to Spark but its still a subsit and its 60mbps for 100$ then there is insight 75mbps 100$ and they are also a subasit of comcast. So Comcast owns every internet and cable provider except Att that is "competition" with them.
Not a prayer in hell.
hell no! that's just a gimmick!
If you can throw a pointless $300 at stupid wifi, pay someone to properly set up Ethernet for you.
I've got a $50 router and it's like five years old. Never had an issue.
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