Hi, I am looking to purchase a wireless-n router for my home. I don't know if it is worth it to spend the money and buy a Simultaneous Dual-Band Wireless-N Router or just get a Regular Wireless-N Router. I have movies, music, etc. on my desktop upstairs that would be streamed downstairs to my Home Theater. Also PS3 and Wii are thrown into this network.
Do I purchase Dual Band or Single? Would the streaming of movies/music even lag on an N network? The models i am looking at are Linksys (WRT400N) and (WRT160N).
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