TRENDnet TEW-812DRU AC1750 Dual Band Wireless Router for £67.98 @ Dabs - HotUKDeals
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The TrendNet TEW-812DRU is a surprise hit. It's very fast and very cheap, even if it drops off a little at long range. If you want 802.11ac Wi-Fi on a budget, look no further.
Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/trendnet-tew-812dru-802-11ac-router_Peripheral_review_performance-value-verdict_Page-2#Rmr5q3mOGTRuvT38.99
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#1
Why would anyone want to buy a router when the service provider usually supplies one FOC?
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RayB
Why would anyone want to buy a router when the service provider usually supplies one FOC?

Because sometimes the router you get from your service provider is crap.
#3
Is this for BT lines or cable?
#4
Thanks BigDonVespa - I thought it might be something like that. Never had much trouble from the free routers myself.
#5
Surprised at the cold votes on this as these are 20 quid more expensive at Argos and Amazon.

These are award winning routers - far better than the standard routers supplied "free"

Does anyone have any thoughts on how these compare to the ASUS RT-AC66U?
#6
Added some heat
#7
Excellent find - supported by DD-WRT too.
#8
phatbhoy
Surprised at the cold votes on this as these are 20 quid more expensive at Argos and Amazon.

These are award winning routers - far better than the standard routers supplied "free"

Does anyone have any thoughts on how these compare to the ASUS RT-AC66U?

I'd say not a patch on the Asus, have a look at the reviews on small net builder
#9
Heads up: this is the V1 router (orange box) on DABs website. which is discontinued for V2 (blue box)

The V1 version is not dd-wrt compatible - which is a shame since it has 128 MB of flash apparently.

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