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Amazon.com has for their Prime Members: TP-Link AC3200 Wireless Tri-Band Gigabit Router on sale for $119.99.

Link : https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00YY3X...fd5f940INT

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Amazon.com has for their Prime Members: TP-Link AC3200 Wireless Tri-Band Gigabit Router on sale for $119.99.

Link : https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00YY3X...fd5f940INT

$119.99 Save $40.00 (25%)

Free Shipping for Prime Members

In stock on October 19, 2017.

Ships from and sold by Amazon.com.

Been this price at Amazon and other retailers for over a month now, Amazon just seems to keep going in and out of stock. I'd suggest buying it at a place like Macmall [macmall.com] to save on sales tax. It's also eligible for ShopRunner through them.
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https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-Wi...rds=router

$120 + Free Shipping.
There is this deal on the front page from Tigerdirect. Amazon also has it as some people may prefer Amazon with Prime.
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I bet this is a Krack router.
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If you do not mind factory refurbished, the Linksys version of this technology (AC3200 tri-band) is $65 shipped from the Linksys store. [linksys.com]

The EA9200 Slick Thread.

Neither of them feature MU-MIMO which is considered by many the way to maximize the throughput of all of your devices. Most high end routers use MU-MIMO now.

I have the EA9200 refurb and love it, but if I was spending $120 I would choose something else.
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If you do not mind factory refurbished, the Linksys version of this technology (AC3200 tri-band) is $65 shipped from the Linksys store. [linksys.com]

The EA9200 Slick Thread.

Neither of them feature MU-MIMO which is considered by many the way to maximize the throughput of all of your devices. Most high end routers use MU-MIMO now.

I have the EA9200 refurb and love it, but if I was spending $120 I would choose something else.
I was considering this router also. Both routers you mention instead use Xstream which allows for better handling of multiple clients.
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If you do not mind factory refurbished, the Linksys version of this technology (AC3200 tri-band) is $65 shipped from the Linksys store. [linksys.com]

The EA9200 Slick Thread.

Neither of them feature MU-MIMO which is considered by many the way to maximize the throughput of all of your devices. Most high end routers use MU-MIMO now.

I have the EA9200 refurb and love it, but if I was spending $120 I would choose something else.
If I were looking to spend 120, what would you suggest?
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EDIT: Disregard. I have the WRT3200ACM. I can't speak for this one.
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If you do not mind factory refurbished, the Linksys version of this technology (AC3200 tri-band) is $65 shipped from the Linksys store. [linksys.com]

The EA9200 Slick Thread.

Neither of them feature MU-MIMO which is considered by many the way to maximize the throughput of all of your devices. Most high end routers use MU-MIMO now.

I have the EA9200 refurb and love it, but if I was spending $120 I would choose something else.
Went with the linksys thanks
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This has been at $119 for quite some time now,

Same price across the channel,

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...172650-REG
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If you do not mind factory refurbished, the Linksys version of this technology (AC3200 tri-band) is $65 shipped from the Linksys store. [linksys.com]

The EA9200 Slick Thread.

Neither of them feature MU-MIMO which is considered by many the way to maximize the throughput of all of your devices. Most high end routers use MU-MIMO now.

I have the EA9200 refurb and love it, but if I was spending $120 I would choose something else.
Sorry but eversince Belkin bought Linksys I stopped using their products.
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I bought this last time around and I love it. No issues and we have about 15 connected devices. This router gave me the range I needed to overcome dead spot in my garage. I have no regrets on this purchase.

Used to use Linksys as well, but had some defective products and decided to change manufacturers...
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If I were looking to spend 120, what would you suggest?
EA7500 if you want MU-MIMO. But more likely you won't use that feature because you must have MIMO clients to pair with it and only heavy usage would show its advantage. I would also recommend Archer C9 at this price point. Great range and throughput.
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What you guys recommend for multi-band wifi and something I can load with a VPN? (I guess that requires flashing with DD-WRT or similar)

TIA
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What you guys recommend for multi-band wifi and something I can load with a VPN? (I guess that requires flashing with DD-WRT or similar)

TIA
Linksys has had some bad firmware, but my wrt3200acm refurb is great now with latest release, had a hard time when I first got it getting all antennae fo play nice at same time . https://www.linksys.com/us/p/P-WRT3200ACM-RM/

Maybe better out there , but good high end for the price on the refurb, imho, and I think many returns were probably firmware based.
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