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Asus RT-N12E N300 Eco Series Wireless Router £9.98 / £13.56 Delivered @ Ebuyer

£9.98 @ Ebuyer
Ebuyer daily deal. I think this is quite a good price for this router. I might buy one just as a backup for my parents, you will not get anything better for this price. ASUS RT-N12E supports 802.11… Read More
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Ebuyer daily deal. I think this is quite a good price for this router. I might buy one just as a backup for my parents, you will not get anything better for this price.

ASUS RT-N12E supports 802.11 b/g/n and has 300 Mbps high speed. With CD free easy installation and stable data transmission, RT-N12E is the basic solution for wireless internet setup. It also contents Green WLAN technology so it consumes less power during stand by mode.

300 Mbps high speed
Plug-n-surf CD free installation
External 2dBi antenna for better coverage*
(*Antenna type will differ according to local regulations and requirement in each country)
Power saving: consumes less power during stand by mode
Support EZ WPS connection
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lonwi
Asus RT-N12E N300 Eco Series Wireless Router £9.98 @ Ebuyer
What's the code / trick for free delivery? Thanks.
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Shame the wired NIC's are only 10/100 otherwise it would have been useful as a spare switch....
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Uridium
Shame the wired NIC's are only 10/100 otherwise it would have been useful as a spare switch....

Ye, really need gigabit these days :(
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Looks like its suitable for dd wrt click here

Edited By: ScubaDudes on Mar 02, 2017 13:28
#5
Don't know much about networking, does anyone know if this can be used with a Virgin Hub 3 in Modem mode?
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rakinmorjaria1
Don't know much about networking, does anyone know if this can be used with a Virgin Hub 3 in Modem mode?

Yes but if you have anything over 100mb it won't utilise it
#7
I've just returned one of these to Amazon, the Wifi coverage / performance was rubbish !

Edited By: adez on Mar 02, 2017 19:13
#8
Can anyone recommand a cheap router (<50GBP) compitable for DDWRT?
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ro888
Can anyone recommand a cheap router (<50GBP) compitable for DDWRT?
Smeone says 3 posts above yours that this one is

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