>Also, there's no speed/class spec for the optional new >wireless WT-5 transmitter. So I suspect 802.11a/b/g, in the >absence of any spec-brag about 802.11n. Slow again, despite >the fact that 'n' is cheap and fast and the IEEE 'n' spec has >been final for quite a while. If I'm correct, it's just a >false economy that D4 owners will have to live with. >
It supports the faster "n" standard, in addition to the slower legacy ones.