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TP-Link EAP245 AC1750 POE Access point $64.99 in amazon Prime and B&h Photo

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I was looking for a decent POE access point and found this TP-Link AC1750 hit a good price.
I bought it at Dell.com with price match to amazon since I had some reward points expiring.

https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-Wi...B01N0XZ1TU $55 after clipping $10 coupon -- Expired

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Amazon is showing 54.99 after 10$ coupon
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Amazon is showing 54.99 after 10$ coupon
Damn that's a good price. Got it for $75 just a month ago.

Paid with gift card so I can even do CC price guarantee.
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anyone knows how this compare to Ubiquiti AC Lite?
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I am currently running an ubi AC Pro. I bought a few for home, will see how it goes. Great price for the specs and I hope the load balancing works as advertised.
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For those that aren't tech savvy make sure your switch supports Poe (power over Ethernet)
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I am currently running an ubi AC Pro. I bought a few for home, will see how it goes. Great price for the specs and I hope the load balancing works as advertised.
I would also love to know how well the load balancing works. At this price, I could get two of these for the price of one Ubiquiti AC Pro. Specsheet-wise, they are almost identical (despite the 1 dBi/antenna difference).
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I would also love to know how well the load balancing works. At this price, I could get two of these for the price of one Ubiquiti AC Pro. Specsheet-wise, they are almost identical (despite the 1 dBi/antenna difference).
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I would also love to know how well the load balancing works. At this price, I could get two of these for the price of one Ubiquiti AC Pro. Specsheet-wise, they are almost identical (despite the 1 dBi/antenna difference).
Have the Ubiquity AC AP. Seems to work. But for the life of me, couldn't get the controler SW to work/install. Now use just the mobile app. Works. But some devices just don't keep connection reliably. Haven't figured out why. Not sure if there's a fix. Life's too short to keep debugging things. Had high hopes for Ubiquity, but they're known to have quirks? Going to buy this one and see if things are a bit more trouble-free.
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I would also love to know how well the load balancing works. At this price, I could get two of these for the price of one Ubiquiti AC Pro. Specsheet-wise, they are almost identical (despite the 1 dBi/antenna difference).
I am still debating between the two as well. Judging by reviews the UAP-AC-PRO is better but who really knows. I have a 2000 sq. ft. colonial and am hoping one of those centered on the second floor will provide good coverage for the whole house. Also the EAP245 uses about 40% more power than the UAP-AC-PRO. 12.7 W vs 9 W. Price difference of $5-10 a year but could be important to some people.
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Can't seem to find the coupon to clip?

EDIT: I signed out and signed back in.
I am clipping the coupon, but it still doesn't show in the final checkout?

Any ideas?
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I am still debating between the two as well. Judging by reviews the UAP-AC-PRO is better but who really knows. I have a 2000 sq. ft. colonial and am hoping one of those centered on the second floor will provide good coverage for the whole house. Also the EAP245 uses about 40% more power than the UAP-AC-PRO. 12.7 W vs 9 W. Price difference of $5-10 a year but could be important to some people.
I have the AC-pro and the AC-LR at my house. Love these things.
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Anyone knows how this is different than the Orbi or Google Home?
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Dead for $55? At first I tried, and coupon and it said "Sorry, you're not eligible". .... Now the coupon is gone
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I am still debating between the two as well. Judging by reviews the UAP-AC-PRO is better but who really knows. I have a 2000 sq. ft. colonial and am hoping one of those centered on the second floor will provide good coverage for the whole house. Also the EAP245 uses about 40% more power than the UAP-AC-PRO. 12.7 W vs 9 W. Price difference of $5-10 a year but could be important to some people.
I have UAP-AC-PRO and it covers 4,500 sq ft area. I have a lot of wifi equipments running on this unit, didn't lose connection.
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Dead for $55? At first I tried, and coupon and it said "Sorry, you're not eligible". .... Now the coupon is gone
Just tried this as well and got the same message.
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