Because of the way bluetooth has been hashed around and ultimately broken, I don't think Bluetooth has a chance of making it at all. Wifi has had much more success because of the rigid IEEE standards behind it.
Well there was a thread on this about 5 mins ago or so, at http://sagerforums.com/showthread.php?t=10417
But to answer your question, .b or .g are both MUCH faster thanyour cable modems caps, so there will be no slowdown. You should expect about a 5ms ping increase though, because of the wireless delay, and tehre is nothing that you can do about this.
Aside from that, the only performance difference between ethernet and wifi is speed and connection stability.
Originally Posted by Divine_Madcat
Fair enough, but where are the thermistors then? they sure arent on the fans...
Yes, all modern CPUs have thermistors internally in the physical CPU process. It is the single best place to get a temp reading, because there isn't a long delay before the heat from the CPU reaches the sink, and then the air, to the thermistor that would be in the fans or whatever. Not to mention, it would be inaccurate,...
Originally Posted by Braingoo
I found this a Tigerdirect it is recertified but it is also dirt cheap!!
I think I may get one of these tell me what you guys think!
If you want a .b router, go for it, that is an awesome price!
Originally Posted by sabrwulf
Ok, I'm so confused . Could someone please explain why I cannot connect my laptop to another laptop using a crossover cable? I can, however, connect to the same laptop using a HUB, SWITCH, and ROUTER! I also eliminated the crossover cable as being the problem (I can connect two other laptops using the crossover cable, but my 8890 will not connect to either). Am I stupid or am I missing something?
8890 - No...