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How is this compared to Netgear nighthawk ax4 for 100 on Walmart.

This also has 5 gh and 2.4 gh if this can manage 2400 Sq home any benefit of Walmart router
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For an apartment, is this good? I was considering getting Ubiquiti USG and a UAP AC Pro because I want that extra control and security but to be frank, I don't know a lot about networking to even navigate their menus. If a little router like this does all the things I feel I might be wasting time and money with Ubiquiti.
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For an apartment, is this good?
Depends on your needs... here's a good review [pcmag.com].
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This works great i get 200 mps and thats what i pay for. Good speed test to verify. Im very happy with this.
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I'm not going to pretend to be an expert, but I think the important thing to remember on these routers is that you need to consider multi-device connectivity, not single device speed. So the processor is the big thing to consider now that some homes have 10-20 connected devices.
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I purchased this router new a few months back, its been working great with about 20 devices. I even use Stadia via 5ghz wifi and have no lag or jutter. I have a 100mbps connection and usually I get 115mbps via WiFi. The Alexa smart features offered aren't too helpful, but it can turn on guest wifi and what not. Overall I'm satisfied with this router, the tetherapp is also a very nice add on to control parental controls and advanced features.
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Works great after flashing openwrt.
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Mea culpa, posting sleepy again - my comment was for the wrong model LMAO
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For an apartment, is this good? I was considering getting Ubiquiti USG and a UAP AC Pro because I want that extra control and security but to be frank, I don't know a lot about networking to even navigate their menus. If a little router like this does all the things I feel I might be wasting time and money with Ubiquiti.
More than enough
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But is there multiple revisions of this router?
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For an apartment, is this good? I was considering getting Ubiquiti USG and a UAP AC Pro because I want that extra control and security but to be frank, I don't know a lot about networking to even navigate their menus. If a little router like this does all the things I feel I might be wasting time and money with Ubiquiti.
Pfsense plus ubiquiti AP FTW!
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Another review
https://www.tomsguide.com/us/tp-l...-6605.html
Similarly to the PCMag review they complain about range, but throughput is good.

"The Archer A7 fell short of filling my older 3,500-square-foot home with Wi-Fi, leaving it with several dead zones. Using my iPad Pro, it had a range of 80 feet, well short of the Netgear R6220's 125-foot range. Still, it should be enough for a small to mid-size home."
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This one or the NETGEAR WiFi Router (R6230) - AC1200 that I just bought for the same price?
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