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Since when did 802.11n become obsolete? 802.11ac and 802.11ad???

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3 years ago#1
when did these come out? I though N was still the best out their... in only like 4-5 years N becomes obsolete.
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3 years ago#2
4-5 years for a technology to be superseded by something newer isn't exactly uncommon.
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3 years ago#3
Shub posted...
4-5 years for a technology to be superseded by something newer isn't exactly uncommon.


Yea I know...
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3 years ago#4
More info on said routers? Anything particularly good about them?
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