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TP-Link Google TGR1900 OnHub AC1900 Wireless Router EXPIRED

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Newegg Flash.com has TP-Link Google TGR1900 OnHub AC1900 Wireless Router (Black) on sale for $99 - Extra $35 Off w/ promo code NEFPBL71 (apply in cart) = $64.99. Shipping is free. Thanks PeteyTheStriker

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This router features up 1900Mbps speeds w/ simultaneous 2.4GHz and 5GHz. Bluetooth Smart ready w/ Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0 port & built-in speaker. Easily setup with Google On Mobile App and includes a 2-year warranty w/ purchase - Discombobulated

At the time of research, the TP-Link Google TGR1900 OnHub AC1900 Wireless Router is $35 lower (35% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $99.99 (excluding any 3rd party merchants).

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Looks like this deal is back at the same price, it was a FP deal last time.

https://flash.newegg.com/Product/0E6-002W-000X4

$64.99 After Promo Code: NEFPBL71

OnHub AC1900 Wi-Fi Router from TP-LINK and Google (Black)
Speed up to 1900 Mbps
1.4 GHz dual-core processor
13 high-performance Wi-Fi antennas
USB 3.0 and Gigabit ports
Bluetooth Smart Ready
Built-in speaker
Guest Wi-Fi with Devices sharing (Such as Chromecast)
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In theory these types of devices should easily support around 100 connected devices. The practical side that kicks in is how well. If all 20+ items are on and all 20+ are high usage devices you will bottle neck the router. If you just have a bunch of smart home things which draw little data and a few tablets and phones it should be no problem whatsoever.

So in short yes it will support 20+ items, but how well depends on a lot of factors and thats the case for any router/mesh networking item.
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Was justing going to repost this you beat me to it 😉
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Was justing going to repost this you beat me to it 😉
My newegg flash newsletter came to me faster :-p.
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I currently have the default comcast router and it is plain trash.

Will this support 20+ devices at once?
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I currently have the default comcast router and it is plain trash.

Will this support 20+ devices at once?
In theory these types of devices should easily support around 100 connected devices. The practical side that kicks in is how well. If all 20+ items are on and all 20+ are high usage devices you will bottle neck the router. If you just have a bunch of smart home things which draw little data and a few tablets and phones it should be no problem whatsoever.

So in short yes it will support 20+ items, but how well depends on a lot of factors and thats the case for any router/mesh networking item.
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I currently have the default comcast router and it is plain trash.

Will this support 20+ devices at once?
Yes. Google say they can support 100. More realistically you can get away with up to 50. 20? Most definitely.
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Is there any reason to get the Asus version over this one or vice versa?
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The second one I got for my house a couple weeks ago is kicking butt and taking names.
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Is there any reason to get the Asus version over this one or vice versa?
If the Asus is cheaper you might as well. There are some differences between the two, but for general use they perform about the same.
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Man, I had my eye on this for a couple of years. I ended up going with NETGEAR - Dual-Band AC1600 Router with 16 x 4 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem. Should I pony up for the OnHub?
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Is there any reason to get the Asus version over this one or vice versa?
Two main differences, less antennas on the Asus and the Asus does not have the same type of coverage bubble. The Asus is more 360 coverage setup while the TP link version still provides a good 360 degree coverage but shoots forward the coverage at 180 degrees in the front. So its good at getting a signal across a larger forward area.

Other minor thing is gesture control on the Asus, can wave your hand over the top of them to stop traffic.
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Man, I had my eye on this for a couple of years. I ended up going with NETGEAR - Dual-Band AC1600 Router with 16 x 4 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem. Should I pony up for the OnHub?
The router portion of your gateway is a bit on the weaker side, this would be a step up. The main real benefit of these onhubs is you can easily get another one and make it into a mesh network. It already has pretty decent range, but with a second one you can expand coverage further and it also helps offload your device load across multiple routers. Downside would need to buy two to take advantage of the mesh.

The OnHub is also already older with only being AC1900 but for a lot of people its still great.
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Is there any reason to get the Asus version over this one or vice versa?
Have one of each -- had the Asus first just by itself, then later added the TP (first as mesh, later wired). Ehh - in practice they are just about identical so whichever one is on sale is the one to get.
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Wish I knew about these before buying the pucks, would've been cheaper and better just to get a few of these and "mesh" them. I'll still probably do it when they get to around $50/each.
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