Linksys EA9500 MAX-STREAM AC5400 Next Gen MU-MIMO Tri-Band Router with 8 Gigabit Ports £183.49 Fulfilled by Amazon
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Linksys EA9500 MAX-STREAM AC5400 Next Gen MU-MIMO Tri-Band Router with 8 Gigabit Ports £183.49 Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 29th Nov
This is the cheapest it's ever been. Sold and fulfilled by Amazon so you have peace of mind. Hopefully this is useful for some of you.

Linksys EA9500 MAX-STREAM AC5400 Next Gen MU-MIMO Tri-Band Router with 8 Gigabit Ports and Seamless Roaming, Works with Amazon Alexa

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Product Details
  • Works with Amazon Alexa. minimum system requirements: Internet explorer 8, Safari 5 (for Mac), Firefox 8, Google Chrome; Tri-Band Wi-Fi offers a third, dedicated high-speed band to eliminate buffering and lag
  • High-bandwidth applications like videoconferencing and movie streaming are ideal for the two high-speed 5 GHz bands, while lower-bandwidth devices like older wireless-N and -G computers can utilize the 2.4 GHz band
  • 8 gigabit ports for wired speeds 10x faster than standard ethernet for your printers, consoles, and Smart TVs. Wi-Fi speeds up to 5.3 Giga bits per second
  • Enable seamless roaming by pairing max-stream routers with max-stream range extenders; your device will automatically switch to the strongest Wi-Fi signal as you move around your house
  • Backed by 3-year warranty and tech support; operating systems: Windows 7, Windows 8.1; security features WPA/WPA2 encryption and SPI firewall help keep your network safely connected

9 Comments

Looks like it's going to take off and take over the world

I say it in every router thread, large numbers do not mean better results, these routers are designed to extract money from those not in the know, and get sucked in by large figures. this review sums it up perfectly


"In the end, this is just another really expensive router that's unlikely to light up any of your pesky dead spots or handle a large number of devices any better than a much cheaper AC3200 class tri-radio alternative."

smallnetbuilder.com/wir…t=4

Go Mesh, it is the future

8 antennas and counting ...

I'm looking for something to use in conjunction with a VM SH3 set to modem. I'm not into gaming, just trying to stop Nest Gen2 thermostat dropping off line. Any recommendations appreciated.

shonkygeeza5 m ago

I'm looking for something to use in conjunction with a VM SH3 set to …I'm looking for something to use in conjunction with a VM SH3 set to modem. I'm not into gaming, just trying to stop Nest Gen2 thermostat dropping off line. Any recommendations appreciated.


Netgear R7800

Aeschylus4 h, 20 m ago

I say it in every router thread, large numbers do not mean better results, …I say it in every router thread, large numbers do not mean better results, these routers are designed to extract money from those not in the know, and get sucked in by large figures. this review sums it up perfectly"In the end, this is just another really expensive router that's unlikely to light up any of your pesky dead spots or handle a large number of devices any better than a much cheaper AC3200 class tri-radio alternative."https://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wireless/wireless-reviews/32998-linksys-ea9500-max-stream-ac5400-mu-mimo-gigabit-router-reviewed?showall=&start=4



Yup. Rather than buying this you'd be better off buying a cheaper router that has no wireless built in, accompanied by some wireless access points (preferably using mesh technology).

That's my opinion anyway. I've not had any problems with my home wi-fi since doing this with my Asus RT-N66U and Ruckus R500 AP's.

This is a really good router for better range. I bought one around a year ago and there is a considerably better range than my old EA6900.

I had considered mesh, but required best speeds across longer distances that were available at the time.

Is this what a dead spider looks like??
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