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Firsties!

Think Amazon will price match?
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If you're not in immediate need it might be smart to wait for WPA3 routers to come out later this year.
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If you're not in immediate need it might be smart to wait for WPA3 routers to come out later this year.
This isn't a router.
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If you're not in immediate need it might be smart to wait for WPA3 routers to come out later this year.
Also consider that ubiquiti's products receive frequent updates with new features. Unless there is a hardware limitation, new features will typically quickly become available in ubiquiti's products.
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WPA3 as it stands now will require new hardware in the WiFi client... so it is safe to assume that the WiFi AP's *may* need the same refresh / hardware enhancement as well.

I wouldn't worry about delaying hardware purchases now in regards to WPA3. You will have to refresh your entire ecosystem - that's a huge feat for most people.

Patch your current WPA2 gear so you can mitigate the KRACK vulnerability.
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Picked it up. Thanks!
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Also available from BH photo video if your in an egg taxed state https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...fi_ap.html [bhphotovideo.com]
Thanks for pointing this out, saving the tax made me bite on this.
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This isn't a router.
Oh I see we're being pedantic in a way that is irrelevant to my comment. WPA3 is a wi-fi protocol. Whatever provides the wi-fi whether that's a combo router or an access point like this is going to use it. The fact that I said 'router' and not 'devices' doesn't change this.
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Oh I see we're being pedantic in a way that is irrelevant to my comment. WPA3 is a wi-fi protocol. Whatever provides the wi-fi whether that's a combo router or an access point like this is going to use it. The fact that I said 'router' and not 'devices' doesn't change this.
"Router" is much different than "Access Point". You're likely to confuse the less technically inclined on here with incorrect terminology.
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"Router" is much different than "Access Point". You're likely to confuse the less technically inclined on here with incorrect terminology.
This.

It's hard enough to keep newer people straight on these threads w/o someone using the improper terminology out of the gate.

What's next, are you going to call a magazine a clip?

Wrong is wrong.
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Was going to bite on this but then I read that my r7000 performs better than this.
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Was going to bite on this but then I read that my r7000 performs better than this.
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