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The N capability would have no effect whatsoever on your wired connections. If you have an N capable wifi module/card in the laptop/computer intended to be used as wireless, you will get the extra speed benefits from the wireless router's N capability. If you do not have that on your laptop/computer, you would be better off with the cheaper WRT54GS.
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Thought so, thanks Nix.
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