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Which one is better? Netgear DG834N, DLink DSL-2740B or Linksys with 802.11N....

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I prefer to buy a new wireless modem router, but no idea which one is best.
Netgear DG834N, DLink DSL-2740B or Linksys with 802.11N....

thanks

Tony
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Linksys is better (in my opinion).
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any model and cost how much?
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By the way I am only forcus on 802.11N
any idea, also is Netgear better wireless coverage or Dlink?
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I think Netgear and Dlink are same wireless coverage. You wont go wrong with them, but I prefer Linksys, though.
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Been through three Netgear units in the last 4 months.  Hate 'em!  The Linksys have been perfect.  I won't have anything D-Link makes.
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I like Linksys over everything else. I've had too many DLink devices just not workor die on me.  Netgear I have found is just kind of flakey.
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Can anyone provide the model of Linksys 802.11n?
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The link I provided above is linksys N.
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opps sorry miss it LOL.

thanks all for help
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once more question, beside the linksys waht is the second choice between Dlink and netgear?
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If you pick Netgear or DLink, then there is no compare with these 2 vendors. They are same (quality, performance, nice outlook, etc.). You can pick any of them, that should work fine for you.
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