The Problem with WiFi: It's Slow, Short Range, and Hard to Set Up
You want to watch HD movies without annoying delays. And play multiplayer games online without frustrating dropouts that paralyze the action.
While WiFi is fine for email and routine browsing, it lacks the speed and consistency you need for a seamless AV experience. Plus, walls and floors often block a wireless signal and confine your fun to a limited space. Also, many people must rely on technical assistance to set up their wireless network.