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+ - Apple Slips in 450 Mbps Wi-Fi in Its Base Station->

Submitted by eggboard
eggboard (315140) writes "Apple told a few reporters in briefings yesterday to look for significant changes in its two top-line base station models, which are noted in passing as "new" on the product pages: 50 percent throughput improvement and 25 percent distance bump. How did they do this? With Engadget's FCC tip about "3x3" models, I've determined that Apple now offers what seems to be the first mass-market 450 Mbps, three radio-chain Wi-Fi router. Virtually all other consumer routers max out at 300 Mbps."
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Apple Slips in 450 Mbps Wi-Fi in Its Base Station

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