Improvements in the Charts

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Tim Higgins

First, price filters have been added to all three charts (Router, NAS and Wireless). You can set your own price limit, or enter a price range (whole dollars only, please).

In the Wireless Charts, we have added a Single band filter, in addition to the existing Dual band filter. So now you can zero in on only those models.

And finally, subjective Noise Level data has been added to the NAS Feature pages.

Enjoy, and let us know if you find any problems.

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