how much is this worth?


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Michael Shaffer
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Whatever someone will pay for it. Somewhere between $50 (the current bid) and $150 (list price new). You can get wireless APs for on the order of $50, so IMHO it's not very interesting...
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William P.N. Smith
Should I just save some money and get a Linksys WRT54G? Only reason I was looking at the Senao is slightly better receive sensitivity.
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Michael Shaffer
Don't need to save a lot:
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them (today) for $50, and the local Staples has had them on sale for right around there...
"Slightly better" recieve sensitivity doesn't really amount to much in the real world.
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William P.N. Smith
Well, I do not think that the advertised product is a router. If you are considering the WRT54G, then you are looking for a wireless router and this access point/network bridge will not suffice (you'll have to buy a separate router). In addition, the device is 802.11b and only seems to support WEP encryption. For these reasons, I would not recommend bidding on the device.
-Yves
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Yves Konigshofer
'this' is worth nothing ! State WHAT you talking about ! And don't expect us to go to a website to help you...
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Martin²
I went with this one since it has WAP and I like the fact that it runs Linux
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Michael Shaffer

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