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Sunflogun wrote:I find it hard that soon enough wireless connections will be as fast as wired ones. The reality is that more and more data is always being transmitted so I feel the wifi is always lagging.That's a crazy thought, there are so many less things that wired data has to go "through". It's crazy to think it's getting so fast.
pwarbi wrote:I think direct connections will always be faster than WiFi but that isn't necessarily all that people want. WiFi is certainly more accessible now than what it ever has been and if you can have a stable connection, decent speed and it's reliable, I think more and more people would be inclined to use that route.Yeah, wifi can often be good enough to be stable for even intensive online games. Wifi is easily the most convenient and most sought after method of connecting a device to the internet. I can see us reaching a point where wifi may be as fast as current direct connection, but I couldn't see it progressing much more than that, simply because it probably won't be needed.
pwarbi wrote:While its pretty common knowledge that a WiFi connection is nowhere near as good as hardwired, with the increase in WiFi technology becoming available, do we ever see a day when WiFi will be as good as, If not better than what we get now with a wired connection?Nah, I don't think that WiFi connection will become better than wired connection. And you can't really compare them if you are not specific. You are asking if the WiFi you use at home will be better than wiring your device to the router? Or you asking if there won't be any router at all and the company will provide the internet with WiFi to all your devices? :D
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