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    Razer Portal designed for "Gaming Grade Wi-Fi Networking"

    Ignition Design Labs is the partner behind this Quad-Stream 802.11ac mesh router design.
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    Re: Razer Portal designed for "Gaming Grade Wi-Fi Networking"

    "Gaming grade wi-fi". Surely if anyone is that hardcore, they're using a wired connection?

    Strikes me Razer has noticed how much networking snake oil Killer has managed to shift and decided it wants in on the action.

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    Re: Razer Portal designed for "Gaming Grade Wi-Fi Networking"

    Quote Originally Posted by spacein_vader View Post
    "Gaming grade wi-fi". Surely if anyone is that hardcore, they're using a wired connection?

    Strikes me Razer has noticed how much networking snake oil Killer has managed to shift and decided it wants in on the action.
    You clearly don't get it. This an OPTIMISED gaming experience which will... optimise the experience of your gaming. This isn't just snake oil, this is shiny snake oil which is so very very shiny that only true "audiophiles" can understand the shininess. Just think of that unmeasureable <1ms advantage and consider that most humans can't even perceive advantages on that level. You advantage over your enemies is so... er... incredible it's beyond their ability to perceive. Now THAT is one fine, optimised experience.

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    Re: Razer Portal designed for "Gaming Grade Wi-Fi Networking"

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    You clearly don't get it. This an OPTIMISED gaming experience which will... optimise the experience of your gaming. This isn't just snake oil, this is shiny snake oil which is so very very shiny that only true "audiophiles" can understand the shininess. Just think of that unmeasureable <1ms advantage and consider that most humans can't even perceive advantages on that level. You advantage over your enemies is so... er... incredible it's beyond their ability to perceive. Now THAT is one fine, optimised experience.
    Yes this is the correct answer. People are buying electronics not based on engineering and science but based on words on the box and LEDs and fancy design. It's not fashion people, it's form with function, let's get back to the roots of computer science and PC hardware and OS design and not fall for this rubbish or quasi product(s). It's a bit like kickstarter, audiophile grade HDMI cables, all that "toss" (as my old English teacher would have called it!).

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    Re: Razer Portal designed for "Gaming Grade Wi-Fi Networking"

    Shut up and take my money, I have fallen hook line and sinker for your marketing bull!

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    Re: Razer Portal designed for "Gaming Grade Wi-Fi Networking"

    This will surely help me git gud... the pink peripherals I mean, not the wireless junk.

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    Re: Razer Portal designed for "Gaming Grade Wi-Fi Networking"

    "Fast lanes." [TM]

    Really? I wonder if this is tied into net neutrality going bye bye...

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