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NETGEAR Orbi Mini AC2200 Tri-Band Wi-Fi System, 2-pack $119

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The lowest tri-band wifi mesh system cost per square feet. Amazon is still $99 per node.

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Today I saw this in store for same price today , but I think TP-link Deco M9 plus 3pack on sale online for $199 is better? Any suggestions?
M9 for $199 obviously a better deal.
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i just posted a few before you that im going to, much better speeds with this setup than the google wifi. ac1200 vs ac2200

ill probably try to sell the google wifi for more first and if not then i'll just return them.

Thanks for your response. Anyone else purchasing this and returning or selling the google wifi from home depot?
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What's the difference vs the Rbk50 ORBI?
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What's the difference vs the Rbk50 ORBI?
Rbk50 is Ac3000, has more internal antennas, and has multiple Ethernet ports on the router.
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Got 1 from Local Costco.
Same price as online, $119
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This product does not fall into the 90 days electronic return policy, right? It's not consider as computers, touchscreen tablets or smart watches.
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The return button on my previous online order history is still active which may mean returnable after 90 days I guess .
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Trying to decide between this and the TP Link deal at costco. I want three nodes though. One main and two repeaters. I assume I could get two of these kits and just not use the second router, to have my two repeaters, right? Question is, should I. At that point, I'm paying more for a slightly slower speed system, correct?
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Today I saw this in store for same price today , but I think TP-link Deco M9 plus 3pack on sale online for $199 is better? Any suggestions?
The expensive TP Link router I had never got any firmware updates, and couldn't use any of the open source firmware, so I'd be sure the existing firmware does all you want (or can be flashed with open source) if you're considering any of their hardware.
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Trying to decide between this and the TP Link deal at costco. I want three nodes though. One main and two repeaters. I assume I could get two of these kits and just not use the second router, to have my two repeaters, right? Question is, should I. At that point, I'm paying more for a slightly slower speed system, correct?
There have been a number of deals, if you can wait, you might. Search the old threads to get an idea of deal frequency and pricing.
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Trying to decide between this and the TP Link deal at costco. I want three nodes though. One main and two repeaters. I assume I could get two of these kits and just not use the second router, to have my two repeaters, right? Question is, should I. At that point, I'm paying more for a slightly slower speed system, correct?
It will be the dumpest deal if you do that. You can get m9 for $199 to fit your need.
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Today I saw this in store for same price today , but I think TP-link Deco M9 plus 3pack on sale online for $199 is better? Any suggestions?
The Orib are slightly better, but if you plan on using the smart home integration in the future the Deco M9 is a keeper. You are also getting a third device for larger coverage.
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Trying to decide between this and the TP Link deal at costco. I want three nodes though. One main and two repeaters. I assume I could get two of these kits and just not use the second router, to have my two repeaters, right? Question is, should I. At that point, I'm paying more for a slightly slower speed system, correct?
The 3-pack version of this is being sold for $199.99 on Amazon right now.
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This is not a true mesh system as satellites do not communicate with each other but just with main router. In other words you cannot extend coverage in Single direction without repositioning the router.

Edit: This was based on some article I read from the launch period. Software update has fixed it.
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This is not a true mesh system as satellites do not communicate with each other but just with main router. In other words you cannot extend coverage in Single direction without repositioning the router.
It is mesh, and the satellites can daisy-chain off of each other. Early Orbi firmware(2016) required each satellite to connect to the main router, that changed within a few firmware upgrades I believe some time in 2017.
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