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RT-N16 for single band
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Well, you could go with the trusted brands like linksys or netgear and be sure to get what is right for you. Though their products tend to be on the more upper echelon in terms of pricing so you might want to try something else. Though their line of N routers really are good especially the ones from link sys with the cisco brand in it. I have set up the basic wrt120n on a friend's house and it worked really great. Now I have mine at home and it is really great as well.
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I think ill go for the

, considering a family member is going half in with me I am only £10 over original budget. Might as well put some money into something ill probable be using for a long long time.

And a hug for the help guys, thankyou.
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