Router: Get Wired or Wireless:

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What is the difference between wired and wireless broadband routers?

Router: Get Wired or Wireless:

An Ethernet network is a network that connects everything to the router with cables. In contrast a wireless network uses a wireless broadband router that sends signals to the devices. Having no wires obviously makes set up a cinch and saves space. Plus, a wireless broadband router gives you the freedom to move around. However, Ethernet connections are still generally faster and are much less costly than their wireless counterpart. If you're still undecided you can purchase routers like the Linksys, which offers the best of both worlds.



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