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If you are running a Wireless N network, you may have the X200t using 5.0Ghz band. The 1000 only works with 2.4Ghz. Depending on your wireless router, you shoulde be able to drop the connection to 5.0Ghz and establish a connection to 2.4Ghz.
I'm curious though that you bought the 1000 new? The 2000 has been out for quite a while. Unlike the 1000, the 2000 supports widi 2.0 and both the 2.4Ghz and 5.0Ghz bands.
I am running a Wireless N network. When I get home tonight, I'll try to run the network at 2.4Ghz and see if that makes a difference. What your saying makes sense though.
I'm curious though that you bought the 1000 new? The 2000 has been out for quite a while.
eBay deal of the day for $35. I wanted to try the technology to see if it is worthwhile and was hesitant on buying the 2000 since WiDi 3.0 is coming out soon (it was just announced in todays Ivy Bridge release slides). I'm not sure if Netgear and other vendors will come out with new devices to support this (I get the impression it is kind of on life support).