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What do you consider "late fall"?
#353915 09/02/11 01:58 AM
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I'm eyeballing the tew-680mb dual channel 450mbps wireless Ethernet media bridge from trendnet that is yet to be released. Trendnet website says the product is slated for "late fall". In your opinion, when do you think "late fall" is? I'm thinking maybe mid to late November?

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terzaghi #353917 09/02/11 02:21 AM
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Most likely, yeah.


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Ken.C #353919 09/02/11 02:54 AM
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Hopefully the date doesn't slip much. I need another ethernet media bridge and want to hold out for this one!


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terzaghi #353926 09/02/11 04:41 AM
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I think of late fall as November, however, when companies give vague answers like that, either it will be as late as possible (maybe drift into early winter), or they say that so that they can release things early, like "mid-fall"...

Either way, until there is a real date, you just never know, sorry.

Yea, sorry about that dashed hopes, burst bubbles, etc and so forth.


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nickbuol #353959 09/02/11 05:21 PM
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A "late fall" to me is when a soccer player takes a hit but waits for the ref to look his way before he hits the ground.


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Murph #353964 09/02/11 06:05 PM
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MarkSJohnson #353968 09/02/11 09:27 PM
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LOL Murph...


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Murph #354001 09/03/11 03:11 PM
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A "late fall" to me is when a soccer player takes a hit but waits for the ref to look his way before he hits the ground.


For me, it's anytime after 9 p.m.


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late fall for me is the day before the first snow.


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