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> Bottleneck?, wifi/usb
post Aug 8 2005, 10:52 PM
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I just recently noticed this and it struck me as odd. Perhaps others may be able to point out the significance(if any), to the fact that when the internal wireless is on, it shows up as a device under the usb host. Is there a potential speed penalty here? For example, a usb HDD used to save files download from wireless internet connection. Or possibly when using a usb hub with keyboard, mice, and multiple storage accesories, to include a swap partition.
I know that the speed of the usb 1.1 specification is somewhere around 12 Mbit/sec, which is faster than most internet connections, even cable or dsl, but with lots of expansion can the usb traffic get to be to much of a burden for the 6k?

Just a thought
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