Best wireless ADSL router for under £75?

  googley_1 23:36 21 Nov 2009

I am looking to buy a new router. I recently bought the lynksis wag160n, but it simply isn't providing a strong enough signal.

As you can probably gather from my previous choice, I am looking for a wireless n router with 300mbp/s, with dual antennas and MIMO technology, and most importantly ADSL 2+ (I'm with BT Broadband).

I have now given back the wag160n as I have realised that perhaps what is a really good idea is to get a router with the same specification, but with detachable antennas, so that I can buy additional long range antennas to attach instead.
I have been looking at this router as it seems to have the same specs as the lynksis, but its antennas are external and look detachable.

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My questions:
1) Are the antennas on this belkin router detachable?
2) Can you reccommend any other ADSL routers with the same specs as the Lynksis WAG160N, but with external antennas which I can replace (not more than £75)?

I would really appreciate any advice and suggestions.

Many thanks.

  User-1229748 11:03 22 Nov 2009

are you using a wireless card or usb adapter because certain cards and adapters work better with certain routers where wireless n is concerned.may be worth looking up especially if you already have a card installed.

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