Talk:Linksys routers

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E series for US market?[edit]

As far as I understand the Exx00 series routers are sold in the USA only, as on the European market, for example, only the WRT series are available. Also the E-series are not an upgrade to their respective WRT models in hardware terms at all. As such I suggest phrases like "The Ex00 replaced this model." to be removed, as the E and WRT series are apparently intended to be sold simultaniously on different markets, not replace one another. Magicoast (talk) 17:01, 22 January 2011 (UTC)

why this article is being considered for deletion?[edit]

what part in the Deletion Policy did this article violate? --Abdullatif khatib (talk) 19:01, 3 August 2011 (UTC)

Just wireless, or: where are the older models?[edit]

Linksys didn't start with the WRT54 series, so there's a lot of models missing (like the BEFSR41). So two choices: rename the article to Linksys wireless routers, or find some one to add the older models (I'm personally no expert on those).

Jurjen (talk) 14:52, 26 August 2011 (UTC-5)