I agree with Kevin and eman. Depending on what you may ultimately want to do with a device and financial considerations it's always better to go for more. Wi-Fi is a good thing to have in most situations. Being able to connect wirelessly to a router is better than having to have to run a wire. If it's a lot more expensive for the Wi-Fi and the unit has a Ethernet port that will give you the same capabilities and you're planning on locating the unit close to your router and are sure that situation will never change then you might want to save the bucks. But you're better off going for more if you can afford it. When I bought my iPhone I bought the biggest capacity. Some people decided to save $100 and get half the storage. Now they regret being cheap. So yes, it's better to go for the Wi-Fi.