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Costco: TP-Link AC1600 Wi-Fi Range Extender $59.99

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Features:
Plugs into any outlet for setup in any room
Wi-Fi range up to 10,000 sq. ft.
Connect a wired device to Wi-Fi through the Gigabit Ethernet port
Advanced security encryption protects your data
2-year warranty and unlimited 24/7 technical support

Plugs into any outlet for setup in any room and maximum range extension
Expand and improve your Wi-Fi range
Simultaneous gaming and 4K streaming with AC1600 dual-band speeds*
Connect a wired device to Wi-Fi through the Gigabit Ethernet port
Find the best spot for setup with the Intelligent Signal Indicator
Set up and manage your Wi-Fi through the free TP-LINK Tether App (Android and iOS)
Three external dual band antennas for strong, reliable performance
Advanced security encryption protects your data
Works with any wireless router or access point
2-year warranty, 24/7 unlimited technical support by phone (1-866-225-8139) and email (support.usa@tp-link.com)

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It's actually AC1750 in the box (450 model) but I got it few weeks back and will be returning since it didn't improve range or speed from my ASUS RT-68u router only increased latency and Speedtest was very jittery when I tried running it vs directly from router from the same spots around the house.
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It's actually AC1750 in the box (450 model) but I got it few weeks back and will be returning since it didn't improve range or speed from my ASUS RT-68u router only increased latency and Speedtest was very jittery when I tried running it vs directly from router from the same spots around the house.
Thanks, yes, that's what one of the reviewers on Costco.com mentioned that it's actually AC1750 when they got it (A Nice Surprise). I added it as a hot form post since it's cheaper than amazon.com ($20), you don't have to worry about getting used products like from amazon.com and on top of that is the Costco's legendary return policy (should you ever need it)
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I'm starting to see AX TP Link routers at Walmart for a similar price. IMO might be better to get the WiFi 6 for future proofing.
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Can this be setup as access point instead of range extender to use openvpn?
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I'm starting to see AX TP Link routers at Walmart for a similar price. IMO might be better to get the WiFi 6 for future proofing.
Any links will be appreciated
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I have a mesh 2 nodes system and not happy with wifi for 3000 sq ft home. Will this help or should I add another node ?
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I have a mesh 2 nodes system and not happy with wifi for 3000 sq ft home. Will this help or should I add another node ?
i would stick with another node, so all "units" are similar

walmart , 3 node linkysys for $74.

i got one , and 3 nodes are too much for my home (~2000sf)
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