hey. considering upgrading my network at home to incorporate a simultaneous dual band router but i'm not sure it would be worth it.
I have a 360 Slim (only 2.4gHz), three Macbook pros, couple of iPhones and an Apple TV as well as some external storage i'd like to connect to the router via usb.
I think the ATV can use 5gHz, and i understand that it's fine for our computers and phones to use 2.4gHz.
In light of this, i was wondering if anyone has any experience and recommendations as to whether attaching the black Wireless N adapter to my xbox 360 Slim and connecting to the 5gHz band will be beneficial to me. money isn't really an issue, i just want good performance, and i don't want to be *** around. if you think this set up would be good and can suggest a router that will say "oh hey, that's an xbox, let me just automatically make it work perfectly", i want to know about it.
Before any kooks start coming to the party saying "just run it wired", i can't run it wired. Router is in another room and i'm not having a cable running through my house. and i'm in rental so that's why i haven't relocated my phone socket to the lounge room. (i used to be a comms cabler...that would have been my first option)
i live in a suburban area, no interference issues as yet, ADSL2+ connection (I'm in Australia and cable isn't available in my town)
in other words. Sim-dual band yes or no? N adapter to access 5gHz band yes or no? Recommend the best router.