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One thing... they are CHEAP. By cheap I mean made cheaply. You can feel how flimsy they are compared to say, a Buffalo or Linksys. They get hot too... a little to hot, but as long as you keep them in an open area they work fine. My two Airlink routers have three years on them and are still going strong. Compared to the five Linksys that I burned in two years, that's exceptionally good.
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One thing... they are CHEAP. By cheap I mean made cheaply. You can feel how flimsy they are compared to say, a Buffalo or Linksys. They get hot too... a little to hot, but as long as you keep them in an open area they work fine. My two Airlink routers have three years on them and are still going strong. Compared to the five Linksys that I burned in two years, that's exceptionally good.
I have a spare 80mm fan that I was gonna use on my unisink. I'll just point it over the wireless card too.
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I used an Airlink 802.11b router and USB adaptor for 4 years (it was just Airlink then...not Airlink101). The router finally got fried in an electrical storm. It worked mostly trouble-free for all that time. It was an excellent value.

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