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You won't get increased speeds with an N router unless you also have an N client.<br><br>Of course, you can hack the Linksys N routers too, I believe. ;)<br><br>Also, take into consideration what you're going to be doing with this. If you're just surfing the web, then wireless G is far faster than any internet connection you can get. If you're going to be copying gigabyte sized files between computers, then go for wireless N, but you'll also have to buy a new airport card for the laptop.<br><br>Alternatively, you could get an airport card for the Mac Pro and just share the 'net connection using point to point. Easier and cheaper still.<br><br><br><br>Hey I'm an F'n Jerk!®
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