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  1. BORIStheBLADE's Avatar

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    From what I have read the Trophy supports N and I was wondering if anyone has tried it on a N network?

    I'm wondering if its a big difference surfing the internet and stuff?

  2. thed's Avatar

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    I can tell you that it doesn't support the 5 GHz band for n. I have a dual band wireless router with n on the 5ghz band and g on the 2.4 GHz band, and it can only see the 2.4 GHz band. I haven't tried switching the n to 2.4 but I imagine it wouldn't be a huge difference. G has enough bandwidth to saturate most home internet connections.

    The only place you might see a difference is when you're staying within your network, like for example if you're streaming some video from your PC to your phone wirelessly and your bandwidth isn't limited by your ISP.

    Sent from my HTC Trophy using Board Express
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    Thanks for the info!

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