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Linksys WRT1900ACS Dual Band AC1900 Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router £129.99 @ Amazon

£129.99 @ Amazon
Very good price compared with other retailers: http://pricespy.co.uk/product.php?p=3321565 Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Very good price compared with other retailers: http://pricespy.co.uk/product.php?p=3321565
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
why cold?? Great deal
#2
gazdoubleu
why cold?? Great deal
People see £130 for a router and cold it, daft really because this is £20 cheaper than anywhere else.
#3
I think people do not understand how much better buying a router is that sticking with the one the ISP gives you.

Heat from me
#4
heat from me. linksys is tech from cisco who make the best networking kit!
#5
gazdoubleu
why cold?? Great deal
because since AD came out AC is now garbage apparently
to be fair, 60GHz WiGig does seem pretty cool but only about 5 routers support it, and they're about 300 quid each
personally waiting for that before upgrading... as well as a new laptop and phone to be able to take advantage. Tech's been out for a year
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robodan918
gazdoubleu
why cold?? Great deal
because since AD came out AC is now garbage apparently
to be fair, 60GHz WiGig does seem pretty cool but only about 5 routers support it, and they're about 300 quid each
personally waiting for that before upgrading... as well as a new laptop and phone to be able to take advantage. Tech's been out for a year

and how many devices actually have AD? how many years will it take? lol.

having this deal marked as cold makes me question the actual hot deals that apparently are voted by people, very interesting....


Edited By: andreialisen on Dec 07, 2016 11:50
#7
I own one of these, lovely devices, when I used openwrt on it maybe 6 months ago it was still quite dodgy so I went back to the stock firmware which has been great. Just using it as an access point though, all routing's done by a pfsense box. Got 80MB/s over wifi using it :D
#8
I own this router. And paid about £170 for it at the time.

It's not let me down yet, and all connections in the house on wi-fi are stable.

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