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List of devices supporting 5ghz

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I've googled but I can't find a list of all devices that support 5ghz wifi. Does anybody know if there is a list of these somewhere or do I have to go to each manufacturer and check?

It seems like there is a list for everything on the internet, seems odd there wouldn't be one for this.

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Craig Beck earned 200 total points
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Wow I don't think you'd find a definitive list for everything that supports 5GHz (802.11a) WiFi.  If there is one, I've not seen it! :-)
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More specifically I guess would a list of phones and tablets but maybe that is asking too much as well.
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Seems true, there is no list.
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