A Wi-Fi Router that supports the new standards

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I am looking for a Wi-Fi router that to replace my old Linksys WRT54G router that I have been using for about a decade or so. The problem with this router is that whenever I connect all my 5 wireless devices on the Wi-Fi network, it loses connectivity. I have re-flashed the firmware for the second time this year already only for it to work for a couple of days or a month and it needs to be re-flashed again. I am thinking of purchasing the new WRT54GL router but also need something with a better Wi-Fi technology than G. Will my smartphones and Chromecast take advantage of G? Can someone recommend a DD-WRT wireless router that will work correctly with my devices but is under $100?

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A Wi-Fi Router that supports the new standards

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Since you are looking for a new Wi-Fi router to replace your old Linksys, try NETGEAR RangeMax Dual-Band Wireless-N Router. It offers up to 600 Mbps of speed. It also includes 4 Ethernet or LAN ports and 1 USB port for sharing an external USB device. It features a broadband usage meter that makes sure you have an accurate measurement of your internet traffic.

It also features the Wireless-N technology that uses the MIMO smart antenna design to provide an enhanced range while removing drops and dead zones. Another one you can try is the Belkin N600 Dual-Band Wireless-N+ Router. It also has 4 Ethernet ports that allow you to connect up to 4 computers.

It works on 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands and features the MultiBeam technology to deliver a better range for multiple devices while also reducing drops and dead zones. It offers up to 300 Mbps maximum speed with Wireless-N+ connectivity to experience high speed internet access.

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