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B&H has the Linksys Velop 3PK for $339.97

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Wowsers... I have bought every good router deal so far. I need this to stop. So many returns... XD
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Wow. Price went up at check out... 399 now
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If anyone got a screenshot I'd much appreciate it
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It's still that price at Amazon. Matching Target 15% off.
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How are these compared to Orbi?
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What's the difference between this or using Ubiquity's APs in wireless mode?
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What's the difference between this or using Ubiquity's APs in wireless mode?
With Ubiquiti, you're getting an enterprise wireless solution. With this, it's consumer grade all the way.
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With Ubiquiti, you're getting an enterprise wireless solution. With this, it's consumer grade all the way.
It seems like this is almost the same price as 3 ubiquity APs.
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I just got a 3 pack of these a few weeks ago. Very nice throughput with a wired backplane.
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I just got a 3 pack of these a few weeks ago. Very nice throughput with a wired backplane.
agreed, set mine up on Monday and they are great so far. I was almost ready to bite on the sales on the netgear units but the wired backhaul sold me
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It seems like this is almost the same price as 3 ubiquity APs.
Pretty much. But the Ubiquiti stuff isn't a standalone solution. The UAPs require routers, switches, etc.
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These units are the best mesh WiFi system you can get for a little less than the eero. The advantaged to these is that they are tri-band and once the nodes are all set if you have a hook up you can wired it to provide more connection bandwidth.

Running with FiOS 150/150 I'm consistently getting those speeds everywhere on my house. I would suggest an Ethernet switch if you need more then 2 connections. As each node has only 2 and the primary you lose 1 for internet hook up.
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Pretty much. But the Ubiquiti stuff isn't a standalone solution. The UAPs require routers, switches, etc.
For around this price one could piece together a ubiquity router, two APs, and an off brand switch to have enterprise grade equipment.
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