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NETGEAR Nighthawk Smart WiFi Router (R6700) - $49.99 - Amazon lightning deal (now!)

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Amazon has this router [amazon.com] available right now for the next (1h55m) for $59.99 with a $10 coupon that you need to "clip."

This is the cheapest I've seen it!
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25 connections seems low
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2014 model, still a decent wifi router
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Quote from ncdeal
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2014 model, still a decent wifi router
Is it recommended to get a newer model? We have 100-150 mbps internet at my house and currently using a wireless n router.
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Is it recommended to get a newer model? We have 100-150 mbps internet at my house and currently using a wireless n router.
if u r living with n router in 2020, then hold on for 4-6 months and get a decent affordable wifi 6 router.
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Stay away from this garbage and treat yourself better with Ubiquity gears.
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