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Last Edited by wuzzy May 17, 2016 at 06:49 AM
This is no slick deal, it's a HUGE Deal! OMG

Most 3150mbps Routers are in the $279 - $350 range

This TP-LINK Archer 3150 is only $159.99 Big Grin

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TP LINK Archer 3150 Wireless Wi-Fi Router - CLICK HERE [amazon.com]

DEAL PRICE: $159.99
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Key Features:
  • NitroQAM technology delivers up to 3150Mbps Wi-Fi speeds over dual 2.4GHz (1000Mbps) and 5GHz (2167Mbps) bands
  • MU-MIMO Ready
  • Smart Connect helps devices run faster by intelligently assigning them to the best available connection
  • Send targeted Wi-Fi signal to individual devices with beamforming
  • Industry-leading 2-year warranty
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PC Magazine review [pcmag.com]

Looks like it isn't as fast as much of the competition but at that price it's a really good deal. My third Asus router in the past two years died last week, I may pick one of these up to replace it.
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#4
In the same boat, my ~2yr old ASUS n66u is starting to give up, dropping connections almost daily. This looks like a pretty good replacement, but I am not very familiar with TP-Link.
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#5
ASUS AC3200 is in the same price range when on sale ($180). Some price compression is under way on these formerly high-end routers.
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#6
I pulled the trigger on this, the price is great and the router has solid reviews. Be aware that a lot of the reviews on Amazon are from Vine members or others who got the router for free. But sifting through those reviews it still appears to be a pretty solid router, though it appears MU-MIMO support hasn't been enabled yet (pending a firmware update).
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#7
What kind of application requires this much bandwidth? Do devices support connecting over this many bands simultaneously?
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#8
Is this much of an upgrade over a C7 1900? I'm trying to increase range in my house.
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#9
TPlink sucks balls. Had a couple with horrible range and spotty 5G, never cheap out and buy this crap again.
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Quote from thrashertm View Post :
What kind of application requires this much bandwidth? Do devices support connecting over this many bands simultaneously?
That's the crappy part. These things are only useful if you have a lot of clients. There aren't any AC3200 wireless cards you can use in your desktop. AC1200 is as high you can go with one card.
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Quote from kangaroomba View Post :
That's the crappy part. These things are only useful if you have a lot of clients. There aren't any AC3200 wireless cards you can use in your desktop. AC1200 is as high you can go with one card.
You mean AC1900?
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Quote from daurob View Post :
You mean AC1900?
No, I mean AC1200. When they say AC1900 that means AC1200/AC1300 plus another 600/700 on the N-band but your client won't use both bands at the same time, so you only get 1200/1300.
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Quote from iupui1299 View Post :
Is this much of an upgrade over a C7 1900? I'm trying to increase range in my house.
Personally I wouldn't upgrade from a C7 to this, not that much of a performance gain.
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Wi-Fi in my house is terrible. The signals have a tough time getting through my walls and I cover a big range. would this router do the trick? Also Only about 2 people in the house stream and game heavily. the rest like 4-6 other people just browser and social network. so would this router or the cheaper ac1900 tp link be better for me?
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Last edited by kcooldude May 17, 2016 at 04:15 PM
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how far is the range on this thing?
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