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Any thoughts on a good reliable router? I really need one for my house
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Any thoughts on a good reliable router? I really need one for my house
many factors, but price and all depends on your needs.
can you share about how many devices /use connect to your wifi and the range / sq ft you're trying to cover?
speeds from ISP will help also
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Price around $100. About 5-7 devices. 3phones 2 computers. Sometimes tablets. About 1800 square foot house. My DL speed is 232.5mbps. Upload speed 10mbps. Is this even considered "good?" Im also willing to wait a little bit if there could be better "slick deals" for a router.
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Price around $100. About 5-7 devices. 3phones 2 computers. Sometimes tablets. About 1800 square foot house. My DL speed is 232.5mbps. Upload speed 10mbps. Is this even considered "good?" Im also willing to wait a little bit if there could be better "slick deals" for a router.
Worth reading: https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutte...fi-router/
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Target also has the same router for $59.99 (must add to cart to see price). If you have a Red Card, a 5% discount applies making it $56.99 + tax

https://www.target.com/p/tp-link-...A-75575360
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Target also has the same router for $59.99 (must add to cart to see price). If you have a Red Card, a 5% discount applies making it $56.99 + tax

https://www.target.com/p/tp-link-...A-75575360
good deal. This or eero ? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WGJ8...qj9tqg3e_e
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Price around $100. About 5-7 devices. 3phones 2 computers. Sometimes tablets. About 1800 square foot house. My DL speed is 232.5mbps. Upload speed 10mbps. Is this even considered "good?" Im also willing to wait a little bit if there could be better "slick deals" for a router.
This router has repeatedly made many shortlists for best budget wifi router that delivers solid speeds and, perhaps more importantly, a large coverage area. Hard to beat at this price, to be honest. Definitely 'yesterdays' WiFi 5 technology, but with WiFi 6 only just now coming of age and few device to yet take good advantage, if you're on a budget, want good coverage and solid performance (that easily eclipses your stated requirements), this isn't a wrong choice by any stretch.

I have this router - pending replacement in the coming weeks - and it's serviced a household of 6 with multiple devices (rokus, phones, computers, tablets). It's centrally located, free of major obstructions, and covers 3 floors with 9 rooms, including the back deck, with solid performance from everywhere in the house. 5GHz will drop signal and speed more quickly than 2.4 will, of course ('cause science), but I still maintain superior down/up speeds from the furthest rooms. We use 5GHz primarily for local, in-home things requiring faster file transfer with human beings interacting and the 2.4 for most other devices, including rokus, door alarms, etc. I bought for $79 on sale at the time and have realized every last penny of that investment many times over.

Primary reason for ditching it now is a growing-demand household, 1Gb Internet circuit + some beneficial use for the higher speeds and higher device capacities found on more modern routers for both in-home and Internet-based services. Otherwise, it's been great for our needs until now and killer for the money spent on it.
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Great router with awesome coverage and really fast speeds. We have a 2000 square foot, 3 level town house and this works everywhere and outside. 250MB downloads with my wifi 6 devices on the 5Ghz channel. Other devices are slower but that's not the routers fault. 6 of us using it and we all have phones, TVs, game systems, and PCs. Haven't had one problem in 4 months.
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TP-Link AC1750s and netgear nighthawks are all over ebay if you want a used one for cheap. I just got a C8 version of the TP-Link AC1750 for like $25. works great, improved my coverage with more powerful antennas. but if you have dead zones you might be better off investing in a cheap mesh system. you can use extenders but they're a bit of a hassle. I have 2 extenders I got cheap like $10-15 each. They work fine, but a mesh system is just nicer.
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This router has repeatedly made many shortlists for best budget wifi router that delivers solid speeds and, perhaps more importantly, a large coverage area. Hard to beat at this price, to be honest. Definitely 'yesterdays' WiFi 5 technology, but with WiFi 6 only just now coming of age and few device to yet take good advantage, if you're on a budget, want good coverage and solid performance (that easily eclipses your stated requirements), this isn't a wrong choice by any stretch.

I have this router - pending replacement in the coming weeks - and it's serviced a household of 6 with multiple devices (rokus, phones, computers, tablets). It's centrally located, free of major obstructions, and covers 3 floors with 9 rooms, including the back deck, with solid performance from everywhere in the house. 5GHz will drop signal and speed more quickly than 2.4 will, of course ('cause science), but I still maintain superior down/up speeds from the furthest rooms. We use 5GHz primarily for local, in-home things requiring faster file transfer with human beings interacting and the 2.4 for most other devices, including rokus, door alarms, etc. I bought for $79 on sale at the time and have realized every last penny of that investment many times over.

Primary reason for ditching it now is a growing-demand household, 1Gb Internet circuit + some beneficial use for the higher speeds and higher device capacities found on more modern routers for both in-home and Internet-based services. Otherwise, it's been great for our needs until now and killer for the money spent on it.
Wow this covered 3 floors?? Amazing. Appreciate the input might jump on this! Kind of want something a little more pricey
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They just had the Archer A6 AC1200 for $15 last week.
https://slickdeals.net/f/14228336-tp-link-archer-a6-ac1200-dual-band-wireless-mu-mimo-gigabit-router-15?v=1

This is just a little bit better but for $60Confusedlaugh out loud.
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Wow this covered 3 floors?? Amazing. Appreciate the input might jump on this! Kind of want something a little more pricey
I have it quite literally, centrally located on the middle level. Covers the entire house well on 5GHz, really well on 2.4. But it's not old construction (25 yrs), so mileage may vary for others based on home layout and construction aspects that can add interference.

I'm looking at mid-range AX routers to replace it, or a higher-tier, tri-band AC model. Still on the fence, but looking for some more throughput to home NAS, 1Gb Internet, and support for more devices in general, to accommodate an ever growing device count, both personal and 'IoT'. With our network-heavy home users and increased use of wireless devices, we're pushing the limits of the AC1750. Prior to our growth spurt, the AC1750 was perfectly great.
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Duh! You should have PMed me last week ...
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Mine all in a sudden lost the 2.4 GHz after about a year of use with no issues, 5 GHz is still good. I tried changing the channels, rebooting, and factory resetting, nothing worked. Replaced with another 1750 and it's all good, hope this one lasts longer...
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