I've found the Apple hardware to be top notch no matter where it's
made. My new router for example, passes speeds equal to a direct
connection to the cable modem. I can't say the same for my previous
router which claimed high speeds, which it didn't do, and failed after
3 years. My Apple Airport is also quiet, with no RFI.
On 13, Mar 2010, at 18:44, Jim Brown wrote:
> On Sat, 13 Mar 2010 15:44:51 -0600 (CST), Christopher E. Brown wrote:
>> Interesting, both of mine are the model prior, A/B/G/N, 100Mbit
>> ports will do 2.4 or 5 Ghz but not both at same time.
>> My PS units are Model A1202, listed at "Designed by Apple,
>> assembled in
>> China", also say "Foxlink Technologies Limited".
> It's important to realize that stuff like this, even when it has a
> company's name on it, is a commodity, made by whoever has the lowest
> that week, and it may be a completely different Chinese factory next
> Jim K9YC
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