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Report: New Macs Could Have Super-Fast Wi-Fi Connectivity

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  1. News Bot

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    :eek: I can't wait! But if our router doesn't support it, that means we won't be able to do it...right?
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    This is cool and all but the technology isn't there for most of us. My broadband is supposed to come I. At 50 MB ( or whatever the correct terminology is) but it doesn't. It comes I. Around 15 who has Internet speeds even close to 450?
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    No residential does. Maybe some high end enterprises. I usually have 1
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    The speed is more about moving files over a network rather than internet speed.
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    You'd have to get one of those expensive routers to even support this (Like austers said, really doesn't matter for internet speed just the local network unless you got fast internet). I wonder if they'll add this to the iPad and such, hopefully it increases range too.

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