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WEP vs. WPA

WEP vs. WPA

WPA was created to replace the older flawed Wi-Fi security standard, WEP. Unless your devices don’t support WPA, there’s no reason not to upgrade.

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LCD vs. LED TVs

LCD vs. LED TVs

The price difference between LCD and LED TVs has become almost too small to matter, and LED TVs are vastly superior.

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Cable vs. Satellite TV

Cable vs. Satellite TV

Although satellite TV offers a greater number of channels than cable, it also requires a dish and may incur installation expenses in some cases. Cable TV is less flexible but may be more convenient.

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WiMAX vs. LTE

WiMAX vs. LTE

Although WiMAX has a longer range of transmission than LTE, the difference between the two transmission standards is not likely to matter to most consumers.

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Netbook vs. Laptop

Netbook vs. Laptop

Although netbooks are clear winners in terms of high portability, they come with significant compromises in speed and ergonomics. If you’re not willing to make those compromises, buy a laptop instead.

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Nook vs. Kindle

Nook vs. Kindle

Although the Nook has unlimited syncing and expandable storage, the Kindle comes out as the winner in the eBook reader wars due to its larger app ecosystem, superior display and better performance.

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