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Old June 23rd, 2011, 07:56 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by kampfwolf09 View Post
^HA! You obviously have no idea about wireless and just thinking bigger numbers are better. 5Ghz does not equal faster speeds troll. For your information, there are many iPad owners who have the same trouble seeing 5GHz networks. Seems to be related power levels because most people run mixed networks, and the antennas are small on most tablets, therefore signal reception is reduced.
Thanks for the laugh, you've got to be kidding, right?? I know plenty about wireless. My iPad 2 and ASUS netbook get a much better connection than the Transformer in my house (where I have networks running in both places). It may be related to congestion on the 2.4ghz band (since tons of consumer devices use it), but either way the 2.4ghz connection suffers and unfortunately, this is the only band the Transformer can see. Pretty big disappointment considering the cost of an extra radio is probably less than a dollar. Basically an epic fail to omit it.
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