thats a nice improvement :) I wait for it with my arms opened :) thanks you for the news :)
A welcome improvement, indeed. I look forward to reading reviews about new 802.11ac devices throughout 2012.
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Increasing wifi speed is not a bad thing, but thinking that this will solve connectivity bottlenecks is outrageously stupid. Anyone who has worked with wifi, or any other wireless communication, knows that adding more speed comes at a cost. And the problem with the g and n wifi standard is not the speed.
Instead people should celebrate every time they see a mini digger laying down fibre cables.
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