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B&H Photo Video has TP-Link Touch P5 AC1900 Dual Band Touch Screen Gigabit Router (TPTOUCHP5) on sale for $49.95. Shipping is free. Thanks sillyrabbid

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B&H Photo Video.com [bhphotovideo.com] has TP-Link Touch P5 AC1900 Dual Band Touch Screen Gigabit Router (TOUCH P5) on sale for $49.95+tax. Shipping is free. It's got less than 23 hours left, gl all!~ laugh out loud

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4.3" Capacitive Touchscreen
802.11ac Wi-Fi Network Standards
Up to 1900 Mbps Wi-Fi Data Throughput
Dual-Band 2.4 GHz / 5.0 GHz Frequencies
4 x Gigabit Ethernet LAN Ports
1 x Gigabit Ethernet WAN Port
1 x USB 3.0 / 1 x USB 2.0 Port
3 x Dual-Band Detachable Antennas
1 GHz Dual-Core Processor


Key Features:

4.3" Capacitive Touchscreen

802.11ac Wi-Fi Network Standards

Up to 1900 Mbps Wi-Fi Data Throughput

Dual-Band 2.4 GHz / 5.0 GHz Frequencies

With the dynamic guest network password displayed on the screen, your guests can enjoy easy access and you can keep your main network safe.
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Concrete is fairly effective at blocking 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies. It's physics, not just how powerful the router is.

https://eyesaas.com/wifi-signal-loss/
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It never is nor can it be at these frequencies.
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Not sure why anyone would even take to the time to post something rude like that, but just so you know that there are other people with different purposes than yours in the universe, I'll let you know how I want to use it. In my business, I need to reconfigure a router to simulate a clients network when I am working on new networking equipment for them. To be able to change the LAN settings before connecting any equipment is a time saver for me.

That's why it has value to me.
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Is signal good through concrete walls ??
It never is nor can it be at these frequencies.
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Wonder if this would be better than a used Nighthawk AC1900 on Craigslist (assuming same price)?
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In for one. Hoping I can easily reconfigure LAN settings via touch panel instead of using a PC.
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Is this a lot better than the AC1750 that was on sale for ~$45 the other week? Should I buy and return the other?
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Concrete is fairly effective at blocking 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies. It's physics, not just how powerful the router is.

https://eyesaas.com/wifi-signal-loss/
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In for one. Hoping I can easily reconfigure LAN settings via touch panel instead of using a PC.
You can, it's nice for that.
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Can these be configured to where I can turn these off remotely to prevent kids from being on computer while I'm at work?
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Speed and reliability between obstacles was spotty
Couldn't hold a signal at distances greater than 30ft.
https://www.gadgetreview.com/tp-link-p5-ac1900-wireless-router-review. 3.3/5
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FYI, LIMIT of 1.
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Speed and reliability between obstacles was spotty
Couldn't hold a signal at distances greater than 30ft.
https://www.gadgetreview.com/tp-l...ter-review. 3.3/5
Thanks. I'm thinking of going with this one. Thoughts? Better?

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...6009451431

The Archer A9 router is on sale at B&H for $75 (w/ 17% coupon applied). Would appreciate opinions on this one. Best router for under $100??

Thanks in advance. Reps to all.
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Figures...just ordered a TP Link AC1200 for $39.99 yesterday. Anyway, touch screen on a router?? Seems like just another thing to go bad/cause problems with router performance
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