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A Fool, Indeed.

May 24, 2013

The Motley Fool’s Evan Niu talked about the upcoming Macs that likely support  802.11ac Wi-Fi that offers theoretical maximum speed of 1000 Mbps.

From the article with link-bait title “Why Apple’s Upcoming Macs Will Go to Waste”:

That speed capability will go to waste, as the average American’s Internet speed is approximately 6 Mbps, according to Google’s (NASDAQ: GOOG  ) estimates.

Apparently Niu does not understand how Wi-Fi or Networking works in general. The 802.11g Wi-Fi standard offers theoretical maximum speed of 54 Mbps. That’s 9 times the said average American Internet speed. The 802.11n Wi-Fi has theoretical maximum speed of 300 Mbps; it is also a waste based on Niu’s non-logic. Niu might as well call all computers with Wi-Fi today have gone all to waste. That’s not counting ones 100 Mbps and Gigabit Ethernet.

Hey Evan, do you know that there’s such thing called Local Area Network?

Evan Niu is indeed a fool if not also stupid.

It is pretty obvious that Niu is trolling for page-hits by adding “Mac” in his article.

Here’s a link to the cached version of the article.

Evan Niu is a Stupid Fool

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