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|Created:||Thursday, April 4, 2019|
|Members:||Thursday, April 4, 2019 at 10:58 eastern (81 days ago)|
|Public:||Thursday, April 4, 2019 at 10:58 eastern|
|Location:||Amazon.com (click this link)|
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|Countries:||available in USA|
|Details:||TP-Link Dual Band Wifi Router $47|
Yesterday's one-day sale on TP-Link products has expired, but Amazon added one more deal today.
A TP-Link AC1750 Wifi Router is on sale for $47 when clicking the $10 coupon under the price. It uses dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz, and compatible with 802.11ac and older wifi signals. Also has a 4-port gigabit switch, and a USB port for attaching a USB drive.
Also has a separate guest Wifi that can has voice-controlled on/off with an Amazon Echo.
Many reviews are positive, but be sure to read the negative reviews as well. Like many sub-$50 wifi routers, several people report issues with their routers dying or failing over time. There are enough positive reviews that should make it worth the risk for many consumers.
It seems the routers with the fewest issues often cost $100 and more. If you are tired of throwing away money on cheap routers, consider a "gaming" router which often have better quality CPU and parts. But, be ready to spend $100 or more on a new one. Another alternative could be buying a discontinued & used "gaming" router on Ebay which can provide better connectivity than cheap newer routers, but with no support or warranty. We bought a few very old D-Link DGL-4500 gaming routers on Ebay for $25 each, turned them into access points with radios set at 5GHz 802.11n only, which has worked quite well for over 4 years despite being single-band and very old firmware.