Wireless Router

  Declanworld 11:32 22 Jan 10

Please recommend a non-cable router and somewhere it can be bought at a reasonable price.

  howard64 11:45 22 Jan 10

I use netgear and got mine from amazon which had a special at the time. I would use google products to search for netgear routers.

  ame 12:11 22 Jan 10

DLink are good and easy to set up. This one click here is noted in the PCA awards 2010 and will cost around £70 inc. postage - see link on page for retailers.

  Pineman100 12:18 22 Jan 10

Declanworld - it would help you to get the best and most suitable router for your needs if you gave us a bit more information.

For example, what is the wireless adapter in your computer(s). The latest spec. is 802.11n, which is much faster than the older 802.11b or g.

If your adapter is the newer n type, then to get its maximum benefit you'll need an 802.11n router.

As howard64 says, you can usually get decent technology deals at Amazon. It's also worth checking out Dabs (click here) and eBuyer (click here).

  howard64 17:26 22 Jan 10

dabs have just sent me an email with a netgear wireless router and usb dongle for £40

  Declanworld 18:44 22 Jan 10

Thanks everyone for your time and valuable advice.

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