What's a good, cheap wireless router?

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  1. thefrozenred

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    So, I'm wanting to pick up a wireless router for as little as possible. The router MUST be wireless, and must be able to maintain a signal (and not, you know, drop it frequently).

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. :) 
     
  2. Jux

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    I've had good experiences with most Linksys products.
     
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    Ditto.
     
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    Yep
     
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    I've got a Linksys at home, and a Belkin at Dad's. Both have worked well for me, though the Belkin's given me issues with range, but that could be the location.
     
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    Linksys it is, then! If Fry's has one in stock today, I'll post a follow up with how my cheapy $40 new wireless router works.

    Thanks everyone, the help was much appreciated!
     

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