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TP-LINK Ac2600 MU-MIMO wireless router: $120 @ Amazon

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Last Edited by wuzzy May 22, 2016 at 12:36 PM
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  • Enjoy 4K HD video and play online games with high-performance 4-stream AC2600 Wi-Fi
  • Faster Wi-Fi for every device with multi-user support from MU-MIMO technology
  • High-speed Wi-Fi during heavy traffic usage with a 1.4GHz dual-core processor
  • Lightning-Fast wired connections using four Gigabit Ethernet Ports
  • Supercharge your Wi-Fi signal thanks to four dual band antennas with high-powered amplifiers
  • Send targeted Wi-Fi signal to individual devices with beamforming
  • Set time limits and keep children safe with parental controls
  • 2-year warranty and TP-LINK Live 24/7 technical support for assistance with setup and configuration
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#3
Seems like a great deal but only 4 thumbs, what am I missing???
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Quote from bomba90 View Post :
Seems like a great deal but only 4 thumbs, what am I missing???
The higher end router deals don't tend to get a lot of love for some reason. Maybe because most people don't think they need a high performance router.
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This might be a silly question, but I just purchased the ASUS RT-AC68R for $100 today! Should I return it and purchase this instead or just stick with the ASUS?
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This might be a silly question, but I just purchased the ASUS RT-AC68R for $100 today! Should I return it and purchase this instead or just stick with the ASUS?
asus better reputation and I love their mobile app to monitor router traffic
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Just read the reviews. 5 stars from Vine reviewers and got it free for a non biased review.
Then read the 1 and 2 star.
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Quote from ChallengerV8 View Post :
This might be a silly question, but I just purchased the ASUS RT-AC68R for $100 today! Should I return it and purchase this instead or just stick with the ASUS?
this router is more future proof but I like Asus routers with Merlin installed.
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when i grow up i'm definitely getting one of these expensive AC routers. until then i'm stuck with ANUS N300 for $11.34 Frown
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Quote from ChallengerV8 View Post :
This might be a silly question, but I just purchased the ASUS RT-AC68R for $100 today! Should I return it and purchase this instead or just stick with the ASUS?
Not a silly question at all the TP-Link is actually a better router then the Asus. That being said Asus is built on a platform of reliability and high end feature set. Overall both good routers but the TP-Link AC2600 is a way better choice based on reviews and capabilities.

http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wi...r-reviewed
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Quote from BUYMECAR View Post :
this router is more future proof but I like Asus routers with Merlin installed.
I just installed Tomato on it. I'm going to stick with it then and hope for the bestSmilie
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Quote from ChallengerV8 View Post :
This might be a silly question, but I just purchased the ASUS RT-AC68R for $100 today! Should I return it and purchase this instead or just stick with the ASUS?
Tplink is a better brand when it comes to routers. I would return to get this instead.
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Tplink is a better brand when it comes to routers. I would return to get this instead.
I'm replacing a Tp-Link n750 and My experience with it was so so. Gonna test drive this ASUS for a few days and see whats up. I appreciate everyone's quick response and inputlook around
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Works with OpenWrt (and now the OpenWrt fork known as LEDE). Requires custom build as of now, but will eventually be fully supported.
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Quote from ChallengerV8 View Post :
This might be a silly question, but I just purchased the ASUS RT-AC68R for $100 today! Should I return it and purchase this instead or just stick with the ASUS?
I own an Asus and a TP link router. the Asus is wayyyyyyy better.
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