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Wi-Fi sales up, but ASPs shaky

11/1/2010 04:10 PM EDT
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re: Wi-Fi sales up, but ASPs shaky
eewiz   11/7/2010 3:35:40 PM
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WiFi devices are just commodity business. There is no real difference between many of the competing products available in market. So it is no wonder that ASPs fall. Last time I checked, an 802.11n Belkin router was less than 50 $ with lifetime warranty !

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