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Edit: After others have received their items, this might be a fraud site. My apologies in advance to anyone on this one. Should have known that this may be too good to be true.....damnit!


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$59.99 with FREE shipping. (Edit: $56.99 with coupon SAVE)

Edit: Save $3.00 with coupon SAVE. Thanks TravisHardiman

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Shipped from BestBuy Purchasing LLC (with official Best Buy Logo so assuming a Best Buy affiliate on this one).

I received mine today with no issue.

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Any reason to use one of these instead of a raspberry pi at half the cost?
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Any reason to use one of these instead of a raspberry pi at half the cost?
If you have a POE switch and want a cleaner system, this is the way to go. If you are technical enough and want to go with the Pi and what's involved in getting it going, then that is the way to go.

Cheapest I've seen this .....
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Any reason to use one of these instead of a raspberry pi at half the cost?
Easier controller upgrades/management for not so Linux savvy personal , and officially supported by ubiquity.
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It looks like it's $3 off with a coupon code of SAVE but when I go to checkout paypal says:
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Things don't appear to be working at the moment. Please try again later.
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It looks like it's $3 off with a coupon code of SAVE but when I go to checkout paypal says:
Same but PayPal's website is up, it may have an issue with this website.
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It looks like it's $3 off with a coupon code of SAVE but when I go to checkout paypal says:
Thanks for the update. Reps for the coupon. I've updated the OP and hope it comes back up soon.

Edit: I've sent an email to them in hopes they can get this fixed.
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Same here
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I just use my synology diskstation to run it
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Any reason to use one of these instead of a raspberry pi at half the cost?
none. but to get working PI its about same cost. add SD, Case, Power cable. you will be nearing same mark.

only advantage to PI is ability to also run other programs on it like DNS, or PiHole, etc.
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I just use my synology diskstation to run it
Curious how this works? Thinking about getting a Synology...thanks.
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none. but to get working PI its about same cost. add SD, Case, Power cable. you will be nearing same mark.

only advantage to PI is ability to also run other programs on it like DNS, or PiHole, etc.
but you could really do this with a pi zero. The backend server does almost nothing all day. But then again you can have a vitualbox VM running this for the few times you need it to manage your AP otherwise forget it.
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but you could really do this with a pi zero. The backend server does almost nothing all day. But then again you can have a vitualbox VM running this for the few times you need it to manage your AP otherwise forget it.
Ya you could. I just think its a even split with pros and cons. I for example am using pi3 but will be changing to cloud key once i stumple on sale. One other thing is updates. PI is running 5.5.24 and I just did a update says newest version. when 5.6.20 is current.

I am actually going to test out QNAP NAS, just realized it has unifi app and its 5.6.19 so seems better updated and one less thing to plug in.
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Good price if you need it
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but you could really do this with a pi zero. The backend server does almost nothing all day. But then again you can have a vitualbox VM running this for the few times you need it to manage your AP otherwise forget it.
I run the UniFi controller in a Docker container on an Ubuntu VM. Piece of cake.
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