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TP-Link AC900 Wireless WiFi Dual Band Gigabit Router (Archer C900) - Walmart - Store Pickup - $25.00

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I had a friend call me who needed a wireless router asap and came across this deal. To get the $25.00 deal I think you have to order online and choose store pickup, otherwise it's $44.99. For the price this is a pretty decent router. Here are the basic specs:

TP-Link C900
  • Dual band wireless AC900 (450Mbps @ 2.4GHz + 433Mbps @ 5GHz)
  • 4 x Gigabit LAN ports
  • 1 x Gigabit WAN port (internet)
  • Free TP-Link DDNS Service
  • Parental Controls and Guest Wi-Fi
  • Remote Management allows you assist your parents or friends to manage their network
  • Set up and manage your Wi-Fi through the TP-Link Tether app, available for both Android and iOS

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as low as $11.00 near me but all OOS. This is an extreme YMMV deal. Good luck with the hunt.
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as low as $11.00 near me but all OOS. This is an extreme YMMV deal. Good luck with the hunt.
Another data point: OOS anywhere near San Diego. Best of luck, all!
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no usb ports. pass
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Thanks OP able to order one online with $33.96 pickup savings. Total after tax $12 even.
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Anybody know if this is a broadcom, atheros, or mediatek chipset?
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These are $11 by me...and I don't need one. 6 on hand, too.
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Just picked one up, thanks. Im on a roll with these ymmv wally world deals.
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Would this be better than using a gateway modem/router combo provided by the cable companies?

I want to use this to speed up my network and get better range.

If not can this be turned into an extender/repeater?
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Would this be better than using a gateway modem/router combo provided by the cable companies?

I want to use this to speed up my network and get better range.

If not can this be turned into an extender/repeater?
This would probably be better than using the combo router's wifi.

Depending if this has open source support it might be able to turned into a repeater. That's why I was asking if anyone knows what chip is inside. Can't seem to find any info.
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Thanks OP, told my bro about this deal. He's been looking for a router since his has been pretty much dead. It's actually $13 at the local Walmart he went to. Not sure how good this thing will be but for $13, it'll hold until something better comes up.
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I stumbled across this at Walmart today. It was $25 last week, but at $11, I picked up a couple. Now to figure out if you can DD-WRT or Tomato these...
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Would this be better than using a gateway modem/router combo provided by the cable companies?

I want to use this to speed up my network and get better range.

If not can this be turned into an extender/repeater?
who cares modem ?
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who cares modem ?
I don't understand your question?
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