They are incredible devices, which as I mentioned, I hadn't thought much about until needing to replace the old one. I think the stability of the device has made it possible to cut that cord, which it's funny you mention "the office", as that is becoming less and less common in the home and in businesses for that matter. What we've had as our dedicated office at home is planned to be consolidated down to a file cabinet in the closetOutside of a few paper bills I still get, most of my information is digital. I still keep bank statements coming in paper form, but all other bills I've converted to digital and store them that way. As for working, I tend to take my laptop where I feel most comfortable working rather than being confined to a single room.
Originally Posted by Rob Keeble
I do still hard wire a few devices, such as the IP cameras and have one of the gaming systems wired in for the streaming. I tested out wired vs. wifi on the new router and speed checks came out the same, though I'll consider what I'm wiring vs. doing wifi from this point on based on what I learned.
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