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Promoted 05-10-2016 by SubZero5 at 10:13 AM View Original Post
Dell Home & Office has Linksys EA6350 AC1200+ Wireless Router + $50 Dell eGift Card for $99.99. Shipping is free. Thanks OtitisMEDIA

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The Dell eGift Card will be sent via email approximately 10-20 days after shipment and expires 90 days from date of issue.

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Edited May 10, 2016 at 08:28 AM by TattyBear
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Linksys EA6350 router $99.99 + $50 Dell gift card

Wireless AC+ router with half the price back in a Dell GC.
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Linksys isn't what it used to be. used to be part of cisco and basically you got a home version of higher grade products. Linksys is made by belkin now. my Linksys g router still works fine and that thing is about 13 years old and faded from the sun. no way you get that reliability from a belkin.

walmart has the Linksys ac1750 on clearance for 75 in store (YMMV). I would have gotten that or this if i had the need, since the price is right. currently using a netgear r6400 so not in the router market.
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Dell are really trying to get rid of this router. It was bundled with the Xbone yesterday...
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Dell are really trying to get rid of this router. It was bundled with the Xbone yesterday...
that's weird. seems like a great router.
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that's weird. seems like a great router.
I've never had any issues with Linksys routers, but I lean towards the higher end of the scale. It was just an observation...
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I've never had any issues with Linksys routers, but I lean towards the higher end of the scale. It was just an observation...
Linksys isn't what it used to be. used to be part of cisco and basically you got a home version of higher grade products. Linksys is made by belkin now. my Linksys g router still works fine and that thing is about 13 years old and faded from the sun. no way you get that reliability from a belkin.

walmart has the Linksys ac1750 on clearance for 75 in store (YMMV). I would have gotten that or this if i had the need, since the price is right. currently using a netgear r6400 so not in the router market.
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Linksys isn't what it used to be. used to be part of cisco and basically you got a home version of higher grade products. Linksys is made by belkin now. my Linksys g router still works fine and that thing is about 13 years old and faded from the sun. no way you get that reliability from a belkin.

walmart has the Linksys ac1750 on clearance for 75 in store (YMMV). I would have gotten that or this if i had the need, since the price is right. currently using a netgear r6400 so not in the router market.
Yeah, didn't want to TC :-)

I use T-Mobile's free AC1900 router nowadays, so...
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Incase you guys forgot or didn't know. Cisco sold their home network division LinkSys to Belkin. Belkin in my opinion is awful and there's much better out there.
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Yeah, didn't want to TC :-)

I use T-Mobile's free AC1900 router nowadays, so...
yeah, most people don't realize they were sold since belkin kept the same colors and design.

is that the rebranded asus router? my roommate's asus died after about 3 years of use. the router would "forget" its settings and need to be hard reset. so we were back to 802.11g for a bit.

I'm not too happy with my net gear one. i have a usb drive hooked up to it and the read/write speed across wifi sucks. wired i get 42mb/s read, wifi i get like 18. If I access a wired computer across wifi, i get a read rate of about 35mb/s. so wifi bandwidth isn't an issue. I think it is a firmware issue. i haven't bothered to contact netgear yet.
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yeah, most people don't realize they were sold since belkin kept the same colors and design.

is that the rebranded asus router? my roommate's asus died after about 3 years of use. the router would "forget" its settings and need to be hard reset. so we were back to 802.11g for a bit.

I'm not too happy with my net gear one. i have a usb drive hooked up to it and the read/write speed across wifi sucks. wired i get 42mb/s read, wifi i get like 18. If I access a wired computer across wifi, i get a read rate of about 35mb/s. so wifi bandwidth isn't an issue. I think it is a firmware issue. i haven't bothered to contact netgear yet.
Yes, it's basically the Asus RT-AC68U with priorities set for Wi-Fi calling. Really doesn't impact anything. I only have one machine and my server hard wired into it, the rest is WiFi and I have had no issues streaming across the network. Great router for free...
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I recently bought a refurb EA6500 on ebay (who knows if it really was a refurb) for about $36 shipped, plus 8% bucks, paid with discounted gift card, etc... So it was really cheap... I put DD-WRT on it and its been fantastic so far, or at least I think it has. Sometimes I feel like websites take longer to load but its probably just me being paranoid and I could use my old router again just to find out if its all in my head. On the other side of the house from the router my wifi speed is maxing out my internet speed ~ 60 mbps.
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Actually this isn't such a good deal. You can get this for like $80 from Amazon.

So basically the $50 dell promo gift card has to be worth MORE than $30 cash value to you. And for many people who don't shop at dell often, it might not be. In which case they're better off buying this from Amazon for $80.
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why not quad band?
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Linksys isn't what it used to be. used to be part of cisco and basically you got a home version of higher grade products. Linksys is made by belkin now. my Linksys g router still works fine and that thing is about 13 years old and faded from the sun. no way you get that reliability from a belkin.

walmart has the Linksys ac1750 on clearance for 75 in store (YMMV). I would have gotten that or this if i had the need, since the price is right. currently using a netgear r6400 so not in the router market.
Linksys used to be even better before Cisco bought them IMHO... I still have several WRT54Gs though. Great solid model.
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I'm still using WRT54G purchased 11 years ago. It's unplugged only once or twice in a year, (not because I have to) when I feel like leaving it off for a couple of hours while I'm out of the house. It still runs great. I was so sad when I heard Belkin acquired Linksys. Belkin routers = crap.
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