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Samsung Connect Home Pro AC2600 Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh Router & Smartthings Hub $55.99

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Electronic Express via Ebay [ebay.com] has the Samsung Connect Home Pro AC2600 Mesh Router & Smartthings Hub for $55.99 when you apply code PRIMO at checkout. Shipping is free. Electronic Express only charges sales tax in TN and AL.

This is the lowest price the Connect Pro has ever been. If you want to setup a mesh network, the max discount using this code is $50 so up to three units will receive the 20% discount.


The base model Samsung Connect AC1300 [ebay.com] is also available at $44.78 after the same coupon code.
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if i just wanted the smart things hub should i grab this for 55, or wait for the normal hub to go on sale for 50 again. the regular hub seems to support bluetooth, not that i think anything uses that..
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if i just wanted the smart things hub should i grab this for 55, or wait for the normal hub to go on sale for 50 again. the regular hub seems to support bluetooth, not that i think anything uses that..
If you just want the hub I'd give the cheaper AC1300 model a shot. Buy it from Lowe's though. [lowes.com] It'll be a few bucks more after tax (unless you can find a $10 off $50 coupon and use a filler item), but returns will be easy if it doesn't work out.
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I have the Pro and he 3 pack more like a gimmick doesn't work very well Olin our house. Went with a traditional Netgear router R6250. Huge speed and range difference very strong signal compared to the little gimmicky pucks.
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If you just want the hub I'd give the cheaper AC1300 model a shot. Buy it from Lowe's though. [lowes.com] It'll be a few bucks more after tax (unless you can find a $10 off $50 coupon and use a filler item), but returns will be easy if it doesn't work out.
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In for 2... I was ordering from Amazon when this deal came out my way. Just in time
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I have the Pro and he 3 pack more like a gimmick doesn't work very well Olin our house. Went with a traditional Netgear router R6250. Huge speed and range difference very strong signal compared to the little gimmicky pucks.
what makes you say that?
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was thinking of getting one more TM-AC1900 and root with I think AC68U to use for my new 3700 Sq. Ft. home, it should cost me ~$60.

Can I do same with this ? like create a single network between my current AC1900 and one of this ?
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I jumped on the 3 pack when it was $90 at Lowes and picked up the Pro model as well so I have 4 total (our town house has four floors). I've been pretty impressed with the speeds. I'm getting 175Mbps on wireless directly next to the Pro which is connected to the router. Almost identical on the wired port one floor down (connected to my office desktop computer). Top floor (two AP's away) gets 90-100Mbps.

Also no issues with smart home integration across all 4 floors as well as I 3 Google Home Mini's, Nest Thermostat, Nest Doorball, 3 Yi Home cameras, and a couple Z wave security sensors.
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if i just wanted the smart things hub should i grab this for 55, or wait for the normal hub to go on sale for 50 again. the regular hub seems to support bluetooth, not that i think anything uses that..
When this first came around I posted a article of the differences, from the article they suggested if your heavier into the home automation you want the stand alone hub cause of the app it uses. Compared to this one and its app being not as good. So use this for mesh internet and an actual hub for home automation was the moral of the story I got.
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When this first came around I posted a article of the differences, from the article they suggested if your heavier into the home automation you want the stand alone hub cause of the app it uses. Compared to this one and its app being not as good. So use this for mesh internet and an actual hub for home automation was the moral of the story I got.
I recently switched from the standalone V2 hub to these and see no difference in performance. I think the limitations cited online were related to older firmware.
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Bought the 3 pack from Lowe's for $90 and used them for 3 weeks. The performance was terrible, spotty coverage and slow connection. YouTube videos would first be clear and then quality would degrade, and forget about having 10 plus devices online at once. My internet speed is 170/12 up and I would only get half that with just my device connect, even less with more. Of course YMMV.
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was thinking of getting one more TM-AC1900 and root with I think AC68U to use for my new 3700 Sq. Ft. home, it should cost me ~$60.

Can I do same with this ? like create a single network between my current AC1900 and one of this ?
Yes just setup the SSID to match your existing SSID and make sure you set channels manually for easier handoff of devices.
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I jumped on the 3 pack when it was $90 at Lowes and picked up the Pro model as well so I have 4 total (our town house has four floors). I've been pretty impressed with the speeds. I'm getting 175Mbps on wireless directly next to the Pro which is connected to the router. Almost identical on the wired port one floor down (connected to my office desktop computer). Top floor (two AP's away) gets 90-100Mbps.

Also no issues with smart home integration across all 4 floors as well as I 3 Google Home Mini's, Nest Thermostat, Nest Doorball, 3 Yi Home cameras, and a couple Z wave security sensors.
I'll second that. I have a large house with 3 levels and similar devices, everything working great.

Previously, I had a single T-Mobile ASUS router and suffered poor TV streaming in furthest areas.i intended to connect a second ASUS router and build a mesh network, but $90 for 3 pucks was easier.
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Bought the 3 pack from Lowe's for $90 and used them for 3 weeks. The performance was terrible, spotty coverage and slow connection. YouTube videos would first be clear and then quality would degrade, and forget about having 10 plus devices online at once. My internet speed is 170/12 up and I would only get half that with just my device connect, even less with more. Of course YMMV.
Tenda Nova 3 pack is $140 on amazon and everyone I recommended them to say they are working out great. If you want to try another mesh kit just a suggestion. I do not own any myself since I use an AC5300 router to cover my whole home adequately. The Tenda does not offer a lot of customization so if your looking to get really technical it will not be the kit for you, this more of a set it and forget mesh kit.
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