D-Link has plans to lower the price of its 802.11n router to less than the half century mark in order to undercut rivals such as Belkin, Linksys, and SMC. While D-Link is known to offer some of the lowest-cost wireless routers on the market, dipping under the $50 barrier is still a milestone as its previous wireless routers never went below that number, although they were well priced under the $100 mark. Word on the street has it that this super affordable model will most likely be based on the DIR-615. t and has offered wireless routers significantly below the $100 level in the past, but until today has not crossed the $50 barrier. The model is most likely the base DIR-615. Would you jump onto the 802.11n bandwagon at that price?
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