It's as simple as each letter signifies an upgrade in the wireless device, 802.11 was the first now reffered to as a legacy system ( old) then came A then B/G now we are looking at the newest N. as for the type thats on your PC you should be able to see the name and letter type in the properties of the connection. or you can look in the system, device manager, under network adapter. there you shold see the name of the adapter and the type. as for the router you should get i suggest you stick with the G. the N is slated to be officially release in Septermber 2008, so unless you plant o wait that long of go for a test production type,
IS this a VISTA or XP laptop?
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