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|26th January 2009, 11:50||#16|
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|28th January 2009, 11:41||#17|
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I am sorry if i am going off topic, but I have seen iBall product to be really sub-standard and not worthy attention. Why are we still so much into buying iball cabinets, keyboards and now some dumb router which must be a sourced Taiwanese kit assembled in India?
|28th January 2009, 11:52||#18|
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because it is the "ex-stock" one available in many towns.remember ,I bought this router as a backup option for my D-link GLB-802C(very buggy firmware!but gives very good speed when working!).
then ,TP-LINK chipset based router -this one is - not sub standard quality as you presume.I was wrongly accusing the router for the problems with Line and a faulty telephone. :( .No ,it may not be a great router;but kind of OK.with companies d-link giving fooky quality router(where I expected it will be best option) ,ibaton is OK kind of.
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