Wireless G or Wireless N? Your confusion can be resolved by reading these articles about whether a Wireless G or Wireless N router is right for you.
If you've gotten this far, you should hopefully realize by now that any wireless networking related to Wireless N is going to cost more. With extended signal range and strength, as well as speeds that are up to four times faster than Wireless G, expect to part with considerable amounts of cash for one of these babies!
How this guide works:
Essentially, we're going to look at different brands of routers, some features that they offer, as well as their standard retail price. Naturally, some retailers will offer a different price than what is listed here, but these are simply ranges of what you should expect to spend on each of these routers. Hopefully, what you'll get out of this is a better understanding of which brands offer what in regards to features, and how much you will have to spend for each brand. Prices can change everyday so use the links provided (the retail price amount) to find out what the current price is on Amazon.
Not sure what Wireless N is? Check out a guide explaining what Wireless N is.
If your computer isn't brand new and you're not sure if it has a wireless receiver, find out first if your computer is wireless ready.