I wouldn't listen to what any of these manufacturers say or their advertising that preys on the uneducated consumer. They are just trying to sell you as many wireless router incarnations as possible. I would not support any protocol that hasn't been fully ratified by IEEE. Otherwise you are bound to encounter compatibility issues as every manufacturer seems to have their own ideas about what the final spec will be. Remember, pre, draft, etc means it isn't finalized and changes to the standard can be changed at any time before ratification. My advice would be similar to the first response to stick with Wireless N. Preferably, find a router compatible with DD-WRT firmware, flash your router, and receive the same performance and features of many industrial and commercial based autonomous cisco routers for a fraction of the price of the latest consumer offerings.
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