I'm about to purchase a wireless router and was wondering what, besides range, are the major performance issues between Wireless-G vs Wireless-N routers?
I've visited my local BigBox electronics store a few times and they all tell me, "if range is not an issue, just go with the wireless-g b/c it is cheaper. That the speed improvement between G an N is negligible and you will probably not notice any difference." Now this is great b/c I like to save money but I get the sneaking suspicion that they are just pushing a specific wireless g model on me b/c they always put the same product in my hands. The product does have a good review but that was in January of 2003.
The price difference b/w the two is about $30 for new hardware. So basically I need to know, is it worth it to spend the extra money?
Thanks for any and all help!
Edited by Kodiak_Kid, 13 January 2010 - 05:52 PM.