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..except most of us don't have internet that fast to begin with to even utilize that theoretical speed. Unless you're one of those lucky folks with Google Fiber.. mad.gif

local lan transfers can easily utilize wireless AC
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AC is good no doubt. Just dont expect to get the top speeds all the time, drivers will play a big part in this. However MU-MIMO is a great feature if you have multiple clients

Anyone who expects top speeds over wireless needs to lay off the drugs, N300 in theory can do 30MB/seccond, Now lets take out the overhead and your looking at 15-20, Now lets take out interferance and travel times, It gets to 10/sec, So Ideally don't expecct more then half your rated speed in a perfect environment.
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local lan transfers can easily utilize wireless AC

OH not to mention streaming storage from your NAS to a tablet, Or an ultra book, Like movies or something, AC will excell at those.
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Nice!
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Noise interference is a rather large issue. My laptop can connect to more than a dozen of different WiFi networks in my suburban neighborhood (all but two are encrypted).

Now imagine that being amplified in an office environment, or a denser packed residential area (without too much steel support beams to block the WiFi signals).
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Hence my reply.

Real world speeds wont get to near the maximum. Im not talking some review lab in some isolated corporate building Im talking at your home with 30 other wifi access points around. If people read up on wireless technology you would see that channels auto-unbond when other N networks are visible for a protection mechanism to be fair to other networks. Hence your many streams (150mb per stream) can quickly become un-bonded and your 450mb becomes 150mb. Also range effects speed, the further away you are from the router/ap the slower it is. And finally, there are many,many overheads on wireless the packet size is enormous! so this too effects speed and response times.

As Knuckle head said, if you want 100% speed and connectivity run some Cat6. Not dissing wifi its very useful but quite often these big numbers have to be taken with a pinch of salt.


*edit forgot to mention inevitable driver issues and incompatibilities

well though i'm in the city, my particular location has pretty good distance from other routers (big yard). i get great range too after i flashed DD-WRT but, if i do a file transfer on two computers, say one wired to the router and the other 4 out of 5 bars i get lower speeds than wired. I understand the HDD write speed is part of the equation but, it's still not all that hot even with wired.
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my current connection can't come close to utilizing dual band wifi decently. so idc
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What about people that make an extensive usage of their home NAS?
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This tech is nice, but hardly useful for most consumers. 5-20mbps is all that's needed to stream Netflix to a laptop or tablet, so most people do not need it. With more internet speeds being in the 20mbps-50mbps range, this is really only useful if you do a lot of local transfers, which some people do, but that's a minority.

I'd like to use it because I beam across a field to my office to link two buildings. I've gotten by on a 54Mbps link, but I don't transfer files that often across the link only internet. I can see this helping schools or small businesses that want to save money by not using hardwiring.
 
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