I'm probably going to set up my mother-in-law with a Roku for Xmas, but she'll also need a router. Her TV is not in the same room as her PC and Internet connection, so it'll need to be wireless. She has a solid Internet service (Time Warner Roadrunner cable), and an HDTV with HDMI, so this should work well for her. My question is around what router to get - I see N150, N300 and N600, and a selection grid on Fry's.com suggested I would need N600 for HD video streaming, which pushes the price up. Do I really need N600?
At my house, I'm using the 2.4ghz band of a dual band Netgear WNDR3400 router for the Roku, and it works fine, but I'm not sure if that's N150, N300 or N600.
Any router reco's? Netgear has worked for me in the past pretty well.