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I just threw the stupid version (non smart) of this router in the trash a couple days ago. It progressively needed to be reset more frequently until it just wasn't worth it anymore. It was ok when it worked... but I suppose all routers are. I like the ability to turn the wifi off and limit the bandwidth of the guest network.

I stopped screwing around with cheap routers and bought the 200$ synology. So far, so good. More expensive routers typically have more features and better hardware. I am also hoping this one doesn't need to be reset as often. I certainly notice my wifi is quicker to respond, although my total bandwidth is low compare to others, I feel a better router is making better use of what little I do have.
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Yes. YMMV, but when I upgraded for speed, I unexpectedly found a big improvement in range.
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So you got a deal last June. What does that have to do with today's price?
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Correct the price it's 52.39 after clipping the coupon
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I bought this router a month ago for $60 and I'm happy with it. $52 is a good price.
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Stupid question. If I don't yet have any AC devices then is there any reason to get this router to replace a 4-5 year old N750 dual band router that's still working fine? Has router technology significantly improved in ways other than AC over the past few years, e.g. better sensitivity, better signal processing, etc.?
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Yes. YMMV, but when I upgraded for speed, I unexpectedly found a big improvement in range.

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Stupid question. If I don't yet have any AC devices then is there any reason to get this router to replace a 4-5 year old N750 dual band router that's still working fine? Has router technology significantly improved in ways other than AC over the past few years, e.g. better sensitivity, better signal processing, etc.?
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Also shows ash back using amazon visa. So comes out to about $45
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What does Alexa do on a router
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Yeah I wanna know too...
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Looks like you can turn your guest network on and off via voice.
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This doesn't look like it has Direct Beam technology...I'll pass
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Turn on the guest WiFi with Alexa voice control and use IFTTT to trigger actions when devices connect or disconnect from your network.
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I just threw the stupid version (non smart) of this router in the trash a couple days ago. It progressively needed to be reset more frequently until it just wasn't worth it anymore. It was ok when it worked... but I suppose all routers are. I like the ability to turn the wifi off and limit the bandwidth of the guest network.

I stopped screwing around with cheap routers and bought the 200$ synology. So far, so good. More expensive routers typically have more features and better hardware. I am also hoping this one doesn't need to be reset as often. I certainly notice my wifi is quicker to respond, although my total bandwidth is low compare to others, I feel a better router is making better use of what little I do have.
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I just threw the stupid version (non smart) of this router in the trash a couple days ago. It progressively needed to be reset more frequently until it just wasn't worth it anymore. It was ok when it worked... but I suppose all routers are. I like the ability to turn the wifi off and limit the bandwidth of the guest network.

I stopped screwing around with cheap routers and bought the 200$ synology. So far, so good. More expensive routers typically have more features and better hardware. I am also hoping this one doesn't need to be reset as often. I certainly notice my wifi is quicker to respond, although my total bandwidth is low compare to others, I feel a better router is making better use of what little I do have.
Is there some known reason for why some routers often need to be reset more often as they age? Is it because as more devices come online in one's area that the router detects and has to process to figure out if it's on the local network, the harder it is for it to keep up, and its buffers get overrun, and cheaper ones don't deal with this as well as more expensive ones?
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