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Linksys EA8300 Max-Stream AC2200 Tri-Band MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router (Refurbished) - $89.99 + Free Shipping

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Voodublu via newegg [newegg.com] has Linksys EA8300 Max-Stream AC2200 Tri-Band MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router (Refurbished) for $89.99

Next-Gen AC Wi-Fi router lets all devices stream at the same time, same speed • MU-MIMO • Tri-Band • Speeds up to 4.0 Gbps • Free Shipping on all US orders. Next-Gen AC Wi-Fi, MU-MIMO, to all your devices at the same time, same speed.
  • Intelligent Tri-Band for double the performance of a Dual-Band Router
  • Quad-Core Processor
  • Wi-Fi speeds up to 2.2 Gbps
  • Easy browser-based setup and Linksys App
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This or wait for blackfriday?
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Hmm. Debating upgrading from my Archer C7 to this.
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Bought this for $59 direct from manufacturer, check there first
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What's the regular price on this?
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Bought this for $59 direct from manufacturer, check there first
Please provide a link.
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upgrading from my Archer C7 to this.
only makes sense if you need a second 5ghz radio, so i wouldn't...
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only makes sense if you need a second 5ghz radio, so i wouldn't...
I have Plex-enabled devices on my network with 4K source footage. It's probably still not fast enough. Not sure.
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Is this better than RT-AC68U?
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Well ranked by Small Net Builder overall, but I passed on it due to mediocre storage performance.
https://www.smallnetbuilder.com/w...r-reviewed
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Had to constantly reset this router due to performance hiccups. Cannot recommend.
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I need a router to use for a restaurant. Part of the network needs to be secured for private internal work (credit card and all that) and i want to offer free internet for customers. Would i be able to use one band public and the other private without worrying that someone might access the private network through the public one
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DONT DO IT!!! Get anything else, I work in I.T. and this was garbage I was getting like 10 Mbps speeds on local Wi-Fi I took it back the same day...I paid full retail too.
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DONT DO IT!!! Get anything else, I work in I.T. and this was garbage I was getting like 10 Mbps speeds on local Wi-Fi I took it back the same day...I paid full retail too.
Meh, Im sure it's a fluke to be honest. Plus I never, ever use stock firmware on these. Ever. Flash it and be happy.
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Bought this for $59 direct from manufacturer, check there first
Me too, but that was a a while ago. Best bang for the buck Wink
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