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Netgear R6250 Wireless AC1600 Dual Band Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router + Skullcandy Navigator Headphones with Mic for $109.99 + Free Shipping (was $270) & Much More

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Newegg has great prices on various Wireless Routers & Headphones. Several combo deals are available.

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Thanks OP, great deals there! One of my friends desperately needs a router so I got the N600 $60 deal.
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How many of these deals do they put out? They sold out of the r6250 in 3 hours, I really need a deal on that router.
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I've been seeing them surprisingly often over the last few weeks
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ffs thinking of which one to get and its gone already
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Supposedly the R6250 is the newest and the almost final spec, it has a second generation Broadcom AC chip. I would be happy if the price would go down to the $130 I could have gotten it at 2 months ago.
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Supposedly the R6250 is the newest and the almost final spec, it has a second generation Broadcom AC chip. I would be happy if the price would go down to the $130 I could have gotten it at 2 months ago.
I was just thinking about something... how can Wireless AC operate at 1300mbps when the ports on the device are gigabit (operate at 1000mbps). How can it transfer more data than it receives? Confused
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I was just thinking about something... how can Wireless AC operate at 1300mbps when the ports on the device are gigabit (operate at 1000mbps). How can it transfer more data than it receives? Confused
Because that is the transfer speed of EACH Gigabit port, so if you have four Gigabit ports, they can can each theoretically transfer up to 1000 mbps, for a combined total of up to 4000 mbps. The Wireless AC on this router can transfer up to a theoretical total of 1300 mbps. The 802.11 AC specification has multi-station WLAN throughput of at least 1 gigabit per second and a single link throughput of at least 500 megabits per second (500 Mbit/s).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11ac
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Thanks OP.. Great deal..
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Quote from jonny4 View Post :
Supposedly the R6250 is the newest and the almost final spec, it has a second generation Broadcom AC chip. I would be happy if the price would go down to the $130 I could have gotten it at 2 months ago.
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Because that is the transfer speed of EACH Gigabit port, so if you have four Gigabit ports, they can can each theoretically transfer up to 1000 mbps, for a combined total of up to 4000 mbps. Wireless AC on this router can transfer up to a theoretical total of 1300 mbps.
Interesting, didn't fully understand that.
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Probably took longer to write the post than it lasted. lol
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How this router compares to LinkSys E3000?
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Looks like everything is out of stock.

I have been watching and setup auto-notify but seems just missing out.
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Quote from Genius4sho View Post :
I was just thinking about something... how can Wireless AC operate at 1300mbps when the ports on the device are gigabit (operate at 1000mbps). How can it transfer more data than it receives? Confused
These AC routers are divided into 3 bands. For instance this router splits the 1300 into 300mbps for 2.4ghz + 300 for 5ghz wireless N + 700mbps for 5ghz AC band. So theoretically you can only get 700mbps max with AC TO AC transfer. The 1750 routers is 300+450+1000
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Just an FYI, Netgear has a model AC1450 that is only available at Costco for $159.99. This website [smallnetbuilder.com]compares it to the R6300 and R6250.
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