I have an ostensibly 50mpbs internet connection. Product hard wired to my Router show an actual speed of over 40mpbs...BUT, all my wireless devices see a speed of 20mpbs of less, often a lot less. I bought a Linsky 3200 series router. It's specs speak of up to 300 + 300 Mbps so I figured it would be a transparent pass through for my internet signal...nope, still getting under 20mpbs at the devices. In fact, there is no change at all from the speed delivered by my old N series router... OK, it then develops a password problem and refuses to work at all so to the trash it goes. I replace it with a E2500 unit, supposedly less capable but with identical speed specs...And again no change at all at any of my devices... So mt question (complaint)...where do these folk get off promising speeds up to 300 mpbs when all they ever deliver is half what my internet provider provides??? Let me be clear before folk blame my wireless devices...I get identical wireless speed delivered on a 4 year old Sony laptop, a 4 month old Toshiba i3 laptop and a 3 month old Toshiba i5 laptop...less than 20mpbs... My wife's 3 year old Asus Netbook (latest firmware and 2GB or RAM) gets a whopping 4mpbs on a good day, my Droid III phone a bit more and a new Android tablet running gingerbread a bit more than 8mpbs...As I type my droid III is getting 7.3mpbs and this i3 PC 13.91mpbs...(with an 802.11n...capable of 54mpbs) Also to be clear, there is never more than two wireless devices operating at the same time... So, how is advertising high speed routers NOT delivering even the 6 times slower speed I get from my ISP NOT fraud?? Let me cut the the chase...does anyone make a 'high speed router' that actually delivers a wireless high speed signal?