And this is with the (cheapo) company-supplied Arris telephony modem and Apple Time Capsule router. But I must have connected to the company servers because the average 'download' speed is generally less than half that.
I'm wireless and have a ping that hovers around 80. I play CoD everyday/night and it doesn't seem to affect me much. I'm playing with people around the world and I am in the low end of what I see everyone else getting.
I'm good enough that a clan keeps asking me to join. Yeah... this old man...lol.. in a clan. I might do it actually. They have been making overtures for about a year now.
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
From what I understand they work fine with Leopard and above. The Trendnet TU2-ET-100 is much better built, and less expensive than the Apple though. It is plug-and-play with leopard and above also from what I understand. If you go to Amazon and it doesn't work you can just send them back.
Keep in mind these adapters are both only 10/100, no gigabit connection.
The Apple adapter works great on the MacMini! Looks like we're back in 'ethernet' business!
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