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TP-Link AC4000 Smart WiFi Router - Tri Band, MU-MIMO (Archer A20 V3) - $129.99 @ Amazon + FS

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TP-Link AC4000 Smart WiFi Router - Tri Band Router, MU-MIMO, VPN Server, Advanced Security by Homecare, 1.8GHz CPU, Gigabit, Beamforming, Link Aggregation, Rangeboost, Works with Alexa(Archer A20)
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Dunno why the reviews are on the AC1800 vs the AC4000... is this a good router to replace my Nighthawk R8000?
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Dunno why the reviews are on the AC1800 vs the AC4000... is this a good router to replace my Nighthawk R8000?
The reviews are showing multiple models.
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Came here to post this. Lowest ever on CCC by $50. Wirecutter recommended router. https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutte...fi-router/ (apparently they were bought out by NY Times?)
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Dunno why the reviews are on the AC1800 vs the AC4000... is this a good router to replace my Nighthawk R8000?
I'm kinda in the same boat, wondering if this is a worthy upgrade to my Nighthawk R7000/AC1900.
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You're gonna see a lot of flagship deals like this the next 4-6 months as Wi-Fi 6 comes in like the Kool-Aid man into fresh drywall.
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Thoughts on this versus a Wi-Fi 6 router? I'm definitely due for an upgrade but can hold off if Wi-Fi 6 prices are going to start to drop as the options expand.
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Thoughts on this versus a Wi-Fi 6 router? I'm definitely due for an upgrade but can hold off if Wi-Fi 6 prices are going to start to drop as the options expand.
I'm gonna wait it out. I just ordered this router. I'm upgrading from an old n router that needs multiple restarts a day. A lot of the wifi 6 routers in this price range seem to have less than stellar performance if reviews are to be believed. The tech seems to be too early.
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Doesn't support DD-WRT open source firmware. But, I believe it's pretty highly recommended so don't let that slow you down unless your in need of a specific use case.
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Bought this a few months ago and returned it within 2 weeks. Signal is ok at best, 5ghz channels were terrible, one kept going down constantly and I had to restart multiple times per day. Went from a tmobile ac1900 to this and the ac1900 outperformed this router hands down. Im sure others will have a different experience but its a big fat no from me.

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No wifi 6 no deal
If not EVERY device connected to the router is WiFi 6 then it won't use it. I doubt every single device in most people's household supports WiFi 6. That's a ways off, when routers will be cheaper anyway
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Been considering this router for a while now and seems like it has good features. Small apartment and not interested in WiFi6 at this time. Got one, thanks.
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If not EVERY device connected to the router is WiFi 6 then it won't use it. I doubt every single device in most people's household supports WiFi 6. That's a ways off, when routers will be cheaper anyway
While I like the move to faster tech, until I get 1Gbps Internet (and really have no need for that much bandwidth currently), what is the point?
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I picked up the Costco version (C4000) a couple of weeks ago. They are the same model. So far it's been pretty good. Just don't use the traffic monitor. I tried it and the week I used it I would have random device disconnections. I turned it off and it's been solid for 3 days now with no disconnections. The range is slightly less then the R7960P I was using. And the max speeds aren't as consistent. But still plenty fast. I have zero dead spots in my house. And I have coverage over my entire lot (60'x130')
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