Broadband Router Comparisons

Larry Sheldon larrysheldon at
Mon Dec 28 00:57:51 UTC 2015

On 12/26/2015 23:49, Mike wrote:


> Firstly, they are all junk. Every last one of them. Period. Broadband
> routers are designed to be cheap and to appeal to people who don't know
> any better, and who respond well (eg: make purchasing decisions) based
> on the shape of the plastic, the color scheme employed, and number of
> mysterious blinking lights that convey 'something important is
> happening'. Further, the price point is $45 - $70 thereabouts, putting
> some definite constraints on the actual quality of the engineering and
> components that go into them. I feel that we, the service provider,
> endure a significantly high and undue burden of cost associated with
> providing ongoing support to customers as a result of the defects
> contained therein.

Why don't you offer an acceptable (to you) device at a price acceptable 
to me as a part of the service.  I'd buy it.

sed quis custodiet ipsos custodes? (Juvenal)

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