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RangeMax NEXT Wireless ADSL2+ Wireless - PCstats.com RangeMax NEXT Wireless ADSL2+ Wireless
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The RangeMax NEXT Wireless series includes three devices: WNR834B, WNR854T and DG834N. The first two models are a regular wireless router with support of draft 802.11n and its Gigabit Ethernet version, respectively. The third model features an integrated ADSL2+ modem. It is positioned as a high-speed device without extra functionality. Let’s see if the DG834N is indeed as fast as advertised.
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