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Equipment for 802.11n will not get cheaper yet
The three major consumer networking equipment vendors in the North American market – D-Link, Linksys (a division of Cisco Systems) and Netgear – are holding the same price for their 802-enabled products.11n, the source claims. This behavior is in contrast to the aggressive pricing strategy aimed at increasing demand, which is typical for the final quarter of the year. Since US prices are a definite indicator of trends that can be expected to appear in markets in other regions, this message is of some interest.
As you know, analysts believe that 802.11n should replace wired Ethernet in the coming years. Obviously, such a high rate of dissemination of new technology is inconceivable without a constant reduction in prices for equipment and expansion of its range.
Meanwhile, the listed companies are said to be tracking more specific signs of how strong demand will be in the current season, industry sources emphasize, noting that consumers can look forward to discounts in early 2021 if sales in the coming weeks are not as strong as expected by suppliers.
Although D-Link set retail prices for 802.11n entry-level at $ 69, up to $ 79 in early Q4. Regarding similar 802 routers.11n, branded Linksys and Netgear, currently priced at $ 100 and up in U.S. retail channels, sources add.