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Direct link. [tigerdirect.com]

Also $3 shipping.
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I switched over from a single band router and this has really made a difference in a home with several wireless devices
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Direct link. [tigerdirect.com]

Also $3 shipping.
I think its gone. The op and these two links all lead me to all results for wireless routers. I don't see this one on the page and no other pages to check in the results.
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If you manually search Google you can find the link. It's still available.
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I think its gone. The op and these two links all lead me to all results for wireless routers. I don't see this one on the page and no other pages to check in the results.
Odd... I click my link and it shows up. Something weird going on with cookies or redirects?
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Odd... I click my link and it shows up. Something weird going on with cookies or redirects?
Its gotta be a tiger direct issue. I went to the same link again with same result

http://m.tigerdirect.com/categori...CCODE=3WCJ

On case slick deals modifies the url its

categories/373/products?SRCCODE=3WCJ

After the m.tigerdirect

Anyway on that exact same page i requested the desktop site and it went through to the proper product page. Regardless it its an issue some sites have imo no site should have the issue.
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Thanks, picked up one. I was able to price match with Best buy
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Thanks, picked up one. I was able to price match with Best buy
Don't think it's Mi Mo
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New here. We have added several smart devices to our home - 2 nest cameras, nest thermostat, 7 outlets, Alexa, several dots, 2 fire sticks (plus Xbox's, iPads, computers,iPhones-5 being used at once). Our home is 3200 sq ft but pretty open. We currently have a router w 3 antennas (and ATT fiber optics). What can I add/ replace to prevent lagging and keep up as we add more smart devices? I'm not tech savvy and really appreciate this site and your comments and assistance. Tia!
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New here. We have added several smart devices to our home - 2 nest cameras, nest thermostat, 7 outlets, Alexa, several dots, 2 fire sticks (plus Xbox's, iPads, computers,iPhones-5 being used at once). Our home is 3200 sq ft but pretty open. We currently have a router w 3 antennas (and ATT fiber optics). What can I add/ replace to prevent lagging and keep up as we add more smart devices? I'm not tech savvy and really appreciate this site and your comments and assistance. Tia!
Try looking at the Netgear ORBI system. I don't have it personally, but I have used it in someone else's house and it was great.
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Thank you so much for your reply! I really appreciate your comment. I'll look orbi up.
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New here. We have added several smart devices to our home - 2 nest cameras, nest thermostat, 7 outlets, Alexa, several dots, 2 fire sticks (plus Xbox's, iPads, computers,iPhones-5 being used at once). Our home is 3200 sq ft but pretty open. We currently have a router w 3 antennas (and ATT fiber optics). What can I add/ replace to prevent lagging and keep up as we add more smart devices? I'm not tech savvy and really appreciate this site and your comments and assistance. Tia!
How fast is your internet speed? Low draw low priority devices can be set up on the 2.4gHz antenna. Higher demand that get good reception should be set up on the 5gHz antenna. You can also download a WiFi analyzer app on your phone to see if neighbors are sharing the same channel as you. If they are, change your channel to an open one. Are you familiar with how to control your router from your laptop or phone?
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We have fiber optics internet (through ATT). That's the fastest I have found in our area.
I'm not sure how to change channels or make changes on my router. I downloaded the WiFi analyzer app and it registers at 45-50% in most areas of my home.
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New here. We have added several smart devices to our home - 2 nest cameras, nest thermostat, 7 outlets, Alexa, several dots, 2 fire sticks (plus Xbox's, iPads, computers,iPhones-5 being used at once). Our home is 3200 sq ft but pretty open. We currently have a router w 3 antennas (and ATT fiber optics). What can I add/ replace to prevent lagging and keep up as we add more smart devices? I'm not tech savvy and really appreciate this site and your comments and assistance. Tia!
Google router or Netgear Orbi or similar split router will work best for u. Good luck.
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