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Can I have that without cables please? When routers first came out, preferred choice was using Ethernet cabling to connect Ethernet enabled computers to router. Ethernet offers reliable high speed local connectivity but prospect of network cables trailing around your home doesn’t sound appealing. Queue wireless routers! Over years, wireless technology has evolved to point where wireless routers allow your wireless enabled computers to communicate via harmless radio waves without need of cables. With a wireless enabled laptop, you can freely roam around within your wireless network area or have your wirelessly enabled desktop computer in a different room.
Difference between ADSL and Broadband Routers. On market there are two main types of routers – Broadband routers and ADSL routers. Broadband routers require an external Ethernet modem to operate. While ADSL routers have built-in ADSL modems. The Pro and cons are
•ADSL routers will only operate on ADSL connections. Broadband routers with appropriate modem can operate on any type of connection (Cable or DSL) offering flexibility to change broadband technology.
•Broadband router with a modem require two power supplies and take up more space while an ADSL routers offer a nice simple single power supply solution.
•Broadband routers are more prone to compatibility issues with modems than ADSL routers with built-in modems.
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