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Linksys Updates Iconic WRT54G, Launches New WRT1900AC

sswilson

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It'll be flashable so that folks don't need to concern themselves with the big brother "cloud" crap that's turned many folks away from recent Linksys offerings? (I also thought they were getting out of the consumer marketplace....... ).
 

BlueByte

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Cisco got out of consumer when they sold linksys to Belkin *blah*. At least they kept the linksys small business line. Its a good solid line and runs up against a lot of low end procurve stuff.
 

Shadowmeph

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I read through the CC website add and noticed that it doesn't say anything about Linux support
For router setup and Linksys Smart Wi-Fi access, the WRT1900AC requires
Internet Explorer 8, Safari 5, Firefox 8, or Google Chrome. For printer
sharing and user documentation, it requires a Wi-Fi-enabled PC that has
a CD or DVD drive and that runs Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista SP1 or
later, Windows 7, or Windows 8; or a Wi-Fi-enabled Mac that has a CD or
DVD drive and that runs Mac OS X Leopard 10.5.8 or later, Snow Leopard
10.6.1 or later, Lion 10.7 or later, or Mountain Lion 10.8 or later.
I find this a little strange .
Also noticed that I don't see any wifi adapter for AC
 

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For that much cash everyone should definitely wait out for reviews. All the preorder people are just buying it based on expectations and hype (though I hope it lives up to both).
 

moocow

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$230?! Wow it better beat the crap out of the Asus Black "whatever" series. After my experience with the E3000, I wouldn't touch a Linksys anymore yet ironically, I still have a WRT54GL.
 

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