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Says 4 gigabyte lan ports. The GE in Asus routers names stands for gigabyte ethernet in fact. The regular ASUS AC-1200 doesn't.
I still have an old Wireless N router running on 5GHZ dual channel.
All my devices support AC now, but I really haven't seen any reason to upgrade.
I get about 100mbps on my wireless devices, which is half of wired 200mbps.

Still it's enough speed, and the signal has been stable for years.
Any good reasons to upgrade though?
TMO is AC1900

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For portal players- Adorama and B&H are offering the same price (delivered).
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No gigabit LAN ports...
Says 4 gigabyte lan ports. The GE in Asus routers names stands for gigabyte ethernet in fact. The regular ASUS AC-1200 doesn't.
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is this average router? given the price is too cheap compared to other "gaming" routers which costs like 200 bucks.. what are the differences?
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is this average router? given the price is too cheap compared to other "gaming" routers which costs like 200 bucks.. what are the differences?
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Is this better than the T-Mobile one that was on here all the time?
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I still have an old Wireless N router running on 5GHZ dual channel.
All my devices support AC now, but I really haven't seen any reason to upgrade.
I get about 100mbps on my wireless devices, which is half of wired 200mbps.

Still it's enough speed, and the signal has been stable for years.
Any good reasons to upgrade though?
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Is this better than the T-Mobile one that was on here all the time?
TMO is AC1900
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So is this is a fairly good choice for a router that will be gaming via ethernet most of the time?
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I still have an old Wireless N router running on 5GHZ dual channel.
All my devices support AC now, but I really haven't seen any reason to upgrade.
I get about 100mbps on my wireless devices, which is half of wired 200mbps.

Still it's enough speed, and the signal has been stable for years.
Any good reasons to upgrade though?
You'll be able to get the full 200 Mbps on AC. I get 350+ speed tests on the ASUS AC1900 with a 600 Mbps internet connection.
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Is this better than the T-Mobile one that was on here all the time?
No the Tmobile is better.

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I still have an old Wireless N router running on 5GHZ dual channel.
All my devices support AC now, but I really haven't seen any reason to upgrade.
I get about 100mbps on my wireless devices, which is half of wired 200mbps.

Still it's enough speed, and the signal has been stable for years.
Any good reasons to upgrade though?
If you want to get more bandwidth on wireless like the full 200Mbps, only reason really. It will give all your wireless devices more breathing room. If your happy with your current network, I would probably say dont mess with it.

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So is this is a fairly good choice for a router that will be gaming via ethernet most of the time?
Should be fine since it will always be using the ethernet hard wired port.
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No the Tmobile is better.



If you want to get more bandwidth on wireless like the full 200Mbps, only reason really. It will give all your wireless devices more breathing room. If your happy with your current network, I would probably say dont mess with it.



Should be fine since it will always be using the ethernet hard wired port.
So all the extra features and BS for routers, is most applicable for people relying on wireless or people who have numerous family members fighting over bandwidth?

For a person living alone using everything hardwired, this would presumably be good as anything else?
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So all the extra features and BS for routers, is most applicable for people relying on wireless or people who have numerous family members fighting over bandwidth?

For a person living alone using everything hardwired, this would presumably be good as anything else?
For 90% of it just about, if your always wired and a solo user as long as its a 10/100/1000 port your plugged into its about all you will ever need for a basic internet connection to run perfectly fine.

Yes the majority of the other technology is almost all wireless related.
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