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my grandson has come to stay and brought his laptop with him -on it is a belkin wireless connection he uses at home tosurf the net.
if i buy a router should i get a belikn so he can use his at my house or should i get another model.
will his laptop cope with having two connections on it.
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you could purchase any kind of wireless router which supports your connection (line) type. Either DSL, kable... and so on. I would prefer the asus wl500gP.
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What do you currently have at your house? Do you have an existing wired router?
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