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Costco TP-Link Archer AX11000 wireless router on sale for $319, awesome deal on a gaming router

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The AX-11000 is a beast of a router. wifi 6, link aggregation, 3 radios, ax standard, 8 ports, usb 3.0, and a ton of other extras, This is the best price Ive seen on any of the high end ax routers by far.
If you're a gamer or tech junkie/speed freak in the market for a serious upgrade, this is a great deal for the price.

If you have dsl or some cheap $20 internet plan so you can get facebook, this probably isn't the deal for you.

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Thoughts on TP-Link? I usually go with ASUS or NetGear.
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Thoughts on TP-Link? I usually go with ASUS or NetGear.
I've had nothing but problems with Netgear routers recently. TP-Link is as good as others, or better. I currently have an AX75 which disconnects all 2.4ghz devices about once a week. Auto channel doesn't help.
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Nice deal, wish it didn't have the "gamer" look.
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will be returning the netgear AX75 which disconnect all the time and will get this one instead.
Btw BB price is 480.
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Thoughts on TP-Link? I usually go with ASUS or NetGear.
I've been using tp link routers for years, zero issues. I had the Archer c7 and c8, and was using the c5400 which is a beast in is own right, no issues with any of them.
The UI could be a little more robust but it's pretty good as is.
Really happy with tp link, the 5400 has excellent WiFi strength.
I get speeds of 300-400 Mbps on my phone anywhere in the house, can stream high bitrate mkv over wireless or wired, they make good routers.
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buy the TP-Link's Broadcom BCM6750-based AX1500 Wi-Fi 6 router$89
same cpu
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I'm about to buy( I think) How is TP-link when it comes to things like firmware updates?
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Is this better that Nest wifi? I do not care about mesh as I live in an apartment, cost is similar at Costco, please advise if you know the pros and cons of each
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Is this better that Nest wifi? I do not care about mesh as I live in an apartment, cost is similar at Costco, please advise if you know the pros and cons of each
I'd say the coverage will be more than good enough for an apartment, especially the 5ghz band.
As for if it's better, that depends. If you're a gamer or do a lot with wireless then it's pretty good. Since you're in a smaller place a mesh system would probably be overkill. At least with this monster you'll be future proof for a few years.
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I'd say the coverage will be more than good enough for an apartment, especially the 5ghz band.
As for if it's better, that depends. If you're a gamer or do a lot with wireless then it's pretty good. Since you're in a smaller place a mesh system would probably be overkill. At least with this monster you'll be future proof for a few years.
I have TP-Link Archer C7 and I have 5 cameras streaming at 1080p my nest doorbell keeps going offline, I realized it was due to router, as it can't process all the videos in real time. Nest WiFi is $350 today, should I still get this one over the mesh? I guess both has same processing power?
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Lol the amount of antennas they are putting on these things now. Dubious improvement.
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Lol the amount of antennas they are putting on these things now. Dubious improvement.
Sure it's a bit crazy but keep in mind this sucker provides three separate wifi networks. If a normal routers have two or three for one network, eight for three doesn't seem THAT strange.
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I'm about to buy( I think) How is TP-link when it comes to things like firmware updates?
TP-link has been rock solid for me. I've owned two of their routers in the last decade. Firmware updates appeared a couple times per year for both of them during the first few years.
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buy the TP-Link's Broadcom BCM6750-based AX1500 Wi-Fi 6 router$89
same cpu

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