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ASUS RT-AC1200 Dual Band 802.11ac Wireless Router $50 @MicroCenter B&M

IT_Mikee 293 238 June 16, 2016 at 08:28 AM in Routers (6) More Micro Center Deals
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No gigabit ports? Too bad. It sounded good, otherwise.
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in for one. thanks op!
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have the Asus AC56r that was on clearance at walmart. wireless is amazingly reliable and great out of the box.
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have the Asus AC56r that was on clearance at walmart. wireless is amazingly reliable and great out of the box.
At least 2 Walmarts near by have these things $19 , ended up getting ac1900 for $75 Big Grin

They also had a Canon T5 bundle for $199, hopefully someone gets that.
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Quote from ks73451 View Post :
At least 2 Walmarts near by have these things $19 , ended up getting ac1900 for $75 Big Grin

They also had a Canon T5 bundle for $199, hopefully someone gets that.
so my local also had the ac1900 for $75. correct me if im wrong, but dont you need a special wifi card to be able to support the higher speeds?
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No gigabit ports? Too bad. It sounded good, otherwise.
Yeah my TP-Link 30$ router has gbits that's not a deal really. 10 years ago yeah but not today.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...0224-S2A4C

Newegg $45 refurb if Micro Center not an option. Different model with internal antennas, but AC1200 and gigabit ports.
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so my local also had the ac1900 for $75. correct me if im wrong, but dont you need a special wifi card to be able to support the higher speeds?
Yes, clients must support 3 x 3 AC and/or mu-mimo to take advantage of the higher speed. These clients are pretty rare.
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frist i thought my tv was bad when used an ac trendnet router, tv restarted itself quite often as if the power supply of the tv was about to go bad. with this router i havent seen my tv resets for over a month. thiss a very stable router.
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frist i thought my tv was bad when used an ac trendnet router, tv restarted itself quite often as if the power supply of the tv was about to go bad. with this router i havent seen my tv resets for over a month. thiss a very stable router.
What? Why would a router cause your TV to reset?
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No gigabit ports? Too bad. It sounded good, otherwise.
Wow I thought this was a mistake, but they are indeed only 10/100 ports. What router has wireless AC but not gigabit ports?
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I picked one up, to use as AP only. I don't have any 3x3 AC devices in the house so 2x2 is sufficient. For those that want AC1900, you can get the RT-AC68 rebrand from Tmo for $100

http://www.t-mobile.com/accessori...outer.html

You don't need to be a Tmo customer. Can flash to stock or merlin firmware if you want.
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Going to pick up a cheap, used Linksys router on Amazon instead.
Hopefully it'll work.
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Wow I thought this was a mistake, but they are indeed only 10/100 ports. What router has wireless AC but not gigabit ports?
A $50 AC routerSmilie
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