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Linksys Velop Dual Band AC1200 Mesh WiFi System | 1 Pack | $19.00 - YMMV

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Is the same round of it then I'll dance for a while. The place I just dropped again. Unfortunately, brick seek is completely inaccurate on this item at least.
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Is the same round of it then I'll dance for a while. The place I just dropped again. Unfortunately, brick seek is completely inaccurate on this item at least.

Yeah. I don't see the advertised prices anymore.
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I just grabbed a pair of the two packs at my local store for $30 a set and there was at least 5 more on the shelf and a couple of these singles.
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do you need a hub or so for this?
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My Walmart has them at this on brickseek but only 50 percent off in store
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TU because a few around me show in stock, tho I personally have Orbi which is great.

Ac1200 is great for non-power users.
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Ac1200 is great for non-power users.
Wifi Rating doesn't exactly matter for "performance", but rather potential range, but even then, thats a slippery slope depending on how you look at it.

Generally 3x3 or 4x4 MIMO routers offer better range over 2x2 AC1200. Power user aspect Is kinda irrelevant in terms of a mesh network, especially on a wired backhaul.

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Wired AC1200 mesh is technically a better option over most AC2600+ routers assuming you can actually wire. The problem is most homes are older and do not have this option.

What im saying is.. the rating is complete bullshit, especially factoring tri-band routers or radios that have higher QAM capability that 99% of clients cant use.


Anyway this is a fairly good deal if you have a smaller 1000-1500 sqft place if used as a single unit and dont need the best coverage.

2 might work well without wired backhaul, but it depends on firmware, attennas and how well these are optimized.
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My Walmart has them at this on brickseek but only 50 percent off in store
Did BrickSeek say 50% or the tag on the item? The ones I picked up said $79 but scanned for $30.
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do you need a hub or so for this?
This is a router. It's the "hub" u are thinking about. The more your buy the better the coverage throughout your house
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Picked up a few, realized that it's only rated for 100mbps networks. I'm guessing there's no way around that? Kinda pointless for me with gigablast
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Picked up a few, realized that it's only rated for 100mbps networks. I'm guessing there's no way around that? Kinda pointless for me with gigablast
It shouldn't be limited to 100mbps, but range to performance is certainly a concern over 15 feet from main point.
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It shouldn't be limited to 100mbps, but range to performance is certainly a concern over 15 feet from main point.
Well damn, does anyone have 4 of these in one house with a gigabit connection coming in? If so what speeds are you pulling.
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