TP-Link AC750 Dual Band Wireless Gigabit Cable Router, £28.99 from amazon
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TP-Link AC750 Dual Band Wireless Gigabit Cable Router, £28.99 from amazon

£28.99£3824%Amazon Deals
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Found 26th Feb
Argos same price.
  • Wireless cable router with 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard
  • Supports speeds up to 733 Mbps: Over 140% faster than 802.11n Wi-Fi
  • 2 x antennae for boosted coverage and signal strength
  • USB port for sharing storage or a printer
  • 4 x gigabit Ethernet LAN ports for a fast wired network
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Can it be used to connect VOIP?
meetmax48 m ago

Can it be used to connect VOIP?



no
Would this be better than Virgin Superhub 3 for online gaming ?
Can this be used with a VPN? **(bring lazy as I'm on the phone)
bargain764 h, 27 m ago

Would this be better than Virgin Superhub 3 for online gaming ?


Whats wrong with the superhub ?
Very cold.... these drop connection - I have two of them for two years..... tested and tested - they just drop connection. So, ended up replacing them.
R1cbm2 h, 6 m ago

Very cold.... these drop connection - I have two of them for two …Very cold.... these drop connection - I have two of them for two years..... tested and tested - they just drop connection. So, ended up replacing them.



Which network are you on please?
DCFC7910 h, 8 m ago

Whats wrong with the superhub ?


Nothing, well nothing that I can notice for now, but I was wondering do we need router for better experience, no lag and such.
bargain761 h, 10 m ago

Nothing, well nothing that I can notice for now, but I was wondering do we …Nothing, well nothing that I can notice for now, but I was wondering do we need router for better experience, no lag and such.


Read up on bufferbloat. When your network is in use, latency increases. You can reduce this hugely by using QoS network wide but not with a Super Hub. That's one reason I'd use a 3rd party router.
Edited by: "rev6" 27th Feb
Dave_dave6920 h, 21 m ago

Which network are you on please?


Gigaclear 50mb fibre to the home, I tested it with two laptops running a continuous ping one through the wifi and the other same landline power adapter the router was plugged into. Dropped packets on the wifi not on one with the power line. Crap, binned both of them.
Edited by: "R1cbm" 27th Feb
R1cbm3 h, 1 m ago

Gigaclear 50mb fibre to the home, I tested it with two laptops running a …Gigaclear 50mb fibre to the home, I tested it with two laptops running a continuous ping one through the wifi and the other same landline power adapter the router was plugged into. Dropped packets on the wifi not on one with the power line. Crap, binned both of them.



Thanks - I have not ordered it.
Dave_dave6912 h, 28 m ago

Thanks - I have not ordered it.


I had them for two years - tried updating firmware, spoke to my networking team (I run a support business), and gave up. New ones work well.
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