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3-Pack Nokia WiFi Beacon 1 AC1200 Whole Home Mesh WiFi System EXPIRED

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Tech Armor via Amazon has 3-Pack Nokia WiFi Beacon 1 AC1200 Whole Home Mesh WiFi System for $138.12 when you 'clip' the 35% off coupon located on the product page. Shipping is free. Thanks tightarse

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This is the best price I've seen. I posted a great deal for a 1-pack over a month ago but this 3-pack deal is fantastic. Just be sure to click on the 35% coupon before adding it to your cart.
It's $212.49 retail price and after coupon it becomes $138.12 before tax. That's around $46 per mesh router. Applause

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As a network engr for my whole career I would GREATLY recommend something with external antenna, like the Asus AiMesh routers using wired backhaul.. The units like these with the internal curled/spiraled antenna have much less dBi power, which means less range. You can get 2 of the RT-A66U for the same price, and you'd get much better range. Now granted the 66U's are only AC1750, but unless you have all the newest tech and are bleeding edge, that'll be plenty of speed for most people and their devices. I've got 2 of them, and I get signals from the one in my basement out to the sidewalk on that side of the house (at least 50ft) thru the foundation and the hill my house sits into.
This is what you have if you don't have a Kia. Nokia Smilie
They've "been around" for 155 years.

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Seems like a good deal to me? Thanks OP.
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Anybody used these? I don't think Nokia is exactly a big brand for home wireless networking, but I could be wrong.
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Anyone with first hand experience?

Those with the Amex $10 off $100 offer can make this an even sweeter deal...
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Anybody used these? I don't think Nokia is exactly a big brand for home wireless networking, but I could be wrong.
Not sure how good these are, but they are top of the line wireless anything. Except the phones, but that's a long story.
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Can you use more than 3? Thinking of getting 6 (or 9) for a large deployment with lots of stone / tile / concrete walls/floors
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These any good thanks put one on basement then one upstairs
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Only 2x2 mimo and 1 watt for 5ghz

No wifi 6

Get the beacon 3 or the beacon 6 if u want nokia
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Can you use more than 3? Thinking of getting 6 (or 9) for a large deployment with lots of stone / tile / concrete walls/floors
I'm not sure as I do not use/have these, but I would make sure that they have wired backhaul support.

I use the Netgear Orbi setup, and when you have thick walls or lots of interference, being able to plug a node in to a wired connection and have it directly connected to the main router solves so many placement and coverage issues.
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Can you use more than 3? Thinking of getting 6 (or 9) for a large deployment with lots of stone / tile / concrete walls/floors
As a network engr for my whole career I would GREATLY recommend something with external antenna, like the Asus AiMesh routers using wired backhaul.. The units like these with the internal curled/spiraled antenna have much less dBi power, which means less range. You can get 2 of the RT-A66U for the same price, and you'd get much better range. Now granted the 66U's are only AC1750, but unless you have all the newest tech and are bleeding edge, that'll be plenty of speed for most people and their devices. I've got 2 of them, and I get signals from the one in my basement out to the sidewalk on that side of the house (at least 50ft) thru the foundation and the hill my house sits into.
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Would this help in adding more devices to the wi-fi network (like smart switches)? I have run out of the max devices supported on my router and want to add few more switches in my home. Would this help?
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When I first read the headline. I though it said: WiFi Bacon !!!
Aint cookin nutrin with 1 watt undortunately (only 500mw for 2.4ghz)
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Seems meh considering this is only AC1200
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