October 10, 2007, 12:00 AM

Quixtar.com offers the fastest dial-up connection

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Benchmark Average 48.59 13.95 5.92 30 Williams-Sonoma 43.65 13.57 5.92 31 Staples 49.54 13.96 5.97 32 Amazon 48.78 13.84 6.18 33 HP Shopping 50.29 14.54 6.20 34 Netflix 38.62 12.72 6.23 35 Newegg 54.84 14.57 6.32 36 HSN 46.86 14.09 6.40 37 Wal-Mart 67.60 17.31 6.71 38 Tiger Direct 65.46 17.38 6.84 39 Target 54.98 17.26 7.01 40 PC Connection 35.04 13.31 7.19 41 Costco 60.65 17.40 7.61 42 Peapod 39.39 14.81 7.78 43 CDW 47.04 17.02 7.90 44 Best Buy 73.81 20.90 7.96 45 Toys R Us 76.00 21.94 8.01 46 Neiman Marcus 38.98 14.48 8.04 47 Oriental Trading 75.21 20.70 8.24 48 Gap 78.10 27.94 9.53 49 CompUSA 57.15 19.09 10.01 50 Apple Store 80.83 28.75 10.76 All data for this report is collected by the Gomez Last Mile network, 30 times an hour from Dial Up, Low and High Broadband users across the United States, 24 hours a day except between 3AM to 6AM EDT. Response Time is the average of each test measurement to download the web site content divided by the total number of tests. Copyright© 2007 Gomez, Inc.

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