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Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch - £9.49 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
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Posted 4th AugPosted 4th Aug
Good switch for the money. KEY FEATURES Wired connection speed up to 1000 Mbps 5 Gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports Power-saving features Easy plug & play connection … Read more
Schwarzenegger

Great for lock-down Lan parties.

base_16

You bought 10/100 Mbps. This is a deal for a 1000 Mbps network switch. If you have a NAS device, or want to copy large files between machines in your network then a Gigabit switch will be 10x faster than the one you bought.

tom6195

The one you’ve got there is limited to 100mbps per port whereas The one in OP is gigabit(1000mbps) per port.

muradxs

Is the TP Link one I got delivered today the same/better/worse than the posted one op? TP Link is cheaper and appears to do exactly the same thing. But I don't know so not going to open it yet incase I want to return it. Thanks.

tom6195

Plastic or metal case?

Linksys WHW0103 Velop Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (AC3900) £149.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 28th JulPosted 28th Jul
Velop Dual-Band Wi-Fi system provides whole home mesh coverage Ideal for large, 4 bedroom multi-story homes (Upto 4,500 sq ft/400 sqm)* Provides fast, reliable Wi-Fi coverage for… Read more
kwl147

In general it is unlikely to be redundant any time soon. Wifi 6 isn’t meant to be the massive speed upgrade that wifi AC was to wifi N standards. Wifi 6 is just far better at managing multiple devices on the networks and allocating bandwidth to them. That is a limitation I have felt and experienced on wifi AC.

bip50

I will wait for at least another year or two. For now, none of my devices support Wifi 6 and I think this Linksys Mesh would last for a while. Or unless my broadband speed improves a lot without additional cost.

kwl147

Yes. For now wifi 6 router is more expensive. Eventually like AC became cheap, so will wifi 6. Range and overall speed is much improved and for a while this was considered the benchmark for mesh networking.

bip50

Yes, no wifi 6 as only a wifi 6 router will cost more than this. I had this for about 9 months now, it does improve the range and speed a lot, and I have switched my Virgin Hub to modem mode which made it even better. Just had a few connection issue for such a period and I keep it on 24/7.

TheSpartan

I bought the Deco M5 recently and wonder how these compare to them, everything has finally settled down after wrangling with Sky Q connection drops. So if these are better I would be tempted to return the M5.

Linksys LGS105 5 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch min order 2 - £18.98 Prime / +£23.47 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Posted 28th JulPosted 28th Jul
Linksys 5-Port Desktop Gigabit Switch A wireless network may not be the best option for your business for a variety of reasons, including unreliability, slow download speeds, priv… Read more
PAISAL

No it was nothing like that. I’ve just looked in my list and it’s not there. I think I got annoyed and deleted it. It was managed, but nothing fancy. I really just wanted it for the form factor. It was an SG something.

lilbeastie

Was it a Cisco Meraki 8-port switch (white case, fairly uninspiring looking for a switch)? If so you can get one for free if you can convince a Cisco rep to put you on a webinar - it's not difficult BUT the switch requires a licence for all the management features (it's a full managed switch that's actually decent, but once the licence expires it's way too expensive to run in the home.

PAISAL

The last one (TL-SG108S) is one of the ones that I’m using now. I got it because of the lifetime warranty. Although how good that will actually be is anyone’s guess. As far as materials are concerned, you’re experience is likely typical. There probably isn’t a huge difference between them, especially in a home setting. Just that there is at least a theory as to why metallic switches command a higher price. The usefulness of them is another matter. I was watching a Cisco 8 port switch on eBay recently. Can’t remember exact model number, but it was current. It was fairly expensive to buy retail and was intended as a business device. Had all indicators at the front as well and cables coming out the back. Would have been perfect for where wanted it. Went for a 8 quid, I forgot to put a bid in.

lilbeastie

In my experience it's the environment a switch is kept in rather than the case material that determines how long they last. I've also never seen anybody mechanically break a switch, so the stronger metal case is of little benefit really. However if you do want metal, the "bigger brother" has a metal case and is till a few quid cheaper than the one in this "deal": https://www.amazon.co.uk/TP-Link-LS108G-Wallmount-Ethernet-Splitter/dp/B07RQHL6BY Still ports and power on different side though if that's important to you. It has a 3 year warranty, you can upgrade a littel more to https://www.amazon.co.uk/TP-Link-TL-SG108S-Ethernet-Lifetime-Warranty/dp/B07HP6ZLSM which is full lifetime too. Not sure what the warranty is on this Linksys. If you do want a switch to last, I'd always suggest stepping up to a proper business-rated switch though - smart or fully managed, preferably with a cooling fan too. Having one large switch rather than multiple little ones is much easier to manage and gives much better performance, but it does require you to have all your network cabling coming back into one location though.

greenant

I was about to order this until it became clear it was v2. Pity. Wish Amazon would clean up their product descriptions

Linksys Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh Wifi System £229.83 Delivered (if new & not using easy pays get £5 off with FIVE4U) @ QVC
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just seemed like a good price for this The Linksys Velop WiFi System uses Intelligent Mesh technology to provide an ultra-fast path for your WiFi around your home. Easy to s… Read more
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xxxangelxxx

Do you mean network? I’m hopeless with technology and terms, but with vodaphone now was with BT

greenyblades

What ISP are you with?

xxxangelxxx

I’ve just had this one as my bedroom could never get WiFi and it’s worked perfectly

jamierichardson129

Maybe I just had a faulty set, I had constant drop outs, reboots and the automatic switch from room to room never worked, I’d have to disable then re-enable the WiFi on my devices. I’m a lot happier using Eero, It works flawlessly for me.

jmp_ldn

Why's that? Mines been rock solid.

Linksys LGS105 5 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch £10.99 +£15.48 non prime at Amazon
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Posted 11th JulPosted 11th Jul
Nice offer, hope it helps. Key Features Gigabit performanceThe unmanaged switch offers Gigabit speeds to minimise transfer times and greatly enhance the ability to stream high-b… Read more
Symnz

Port 1 is the 1gbps port. I believe it's hardware and not software restricted

miffyl

Do you know which is which?

Symnz

Test them. Only port one is 1gbos. The others are 500mbps

Lakesman

Just be advised that two of the picures on the Amazon listing are probably wrong. Despite the item model number being listed as 'LGS105-UK', as shown in pictures 2 & 3 (see below): You will probably receive item model number 'LGS105-UK v2', which is the one shown in picture 1 (see below): Obviously, both models will work the same, of that there is no doubt. But if you want both power AND the Ethernet ports on the same side for neater cable management for when on view in a desktop envirnment for instance, then this something some folk may want to be aware of. I bought two wrongly advertised units from BOX a while back (advertised v1) and ended up with two of the v2 units and what a PITA it was to return them and get a refund. Anyhow, I've ordered two of these in the hope (fingers crossed), I do actually receive V1s, but I know what's really gonna happen. At least it's trouble free returns with Amazon which looks like it will be needed looking at the recent reviews for the 5-port. I already have two of the v1 models and the the updated version looks like a throwback to a previous version. It kinda looks like the ugly metal TP-Link switch I had about 10 years ago. (zombie)

springbok

Virgin media super hub 3.0, which is the standard one supplied for new customers since around 2017, has 4 Gigabit ethernet ports.

Linksys EA6350 AC1200+ Dual Band Smart Wi-Fi Gigabit Router for £29.99 / £24.99 (with code) delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 6th JulPosted 6th Jul
Decent low price for this gigabit router with 2 years warranty. Possible £24.99 delivered for those eligible to use code GIFT05 at checkout. Up to 2.8 times faster than … Read more
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MR1123

Thank you so much. I am learning hopefully I can distinguish what's good sooner or later. (y)

bill888

The EA7300 uses earlier version of the dual core Mediatek MIPS processor found in new EA6350 v4. As far as I'm aware, there is no OpenWrt support for the EA7300. If it had OpenWrt support, you wouldn't see more than 19 mbps with Openvpn protocol with Mediatek, compared to 25 mbps with better ARM processor used in EA6350 v3. Unless you have wifi devices with 3 built-in aerials, you may not benefit from the faster AC1750 speeds. Most phones and laptops only have 1 and if you are lucky, 2 aerials. Two aerials required to support AC1200 wifi speeds.

MR1123

This is useful Information thanks. Is the Linksys ac1750 better Link bought for £35. Not opened yet. Thanks

Rodderz

What the hell are you doing that would cause MI5 coming to knock on your door (lol)

stafo

There's always the Tardis..

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Linksys MX5300 Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh WiFi 6 System (AX5300 WiFi Router) £299.99 @ Amazon
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Seems a good deal this since it’s a genuine saving WIFI 6 router covers 3,000 square feet on its own. next best price I can see online is around £380. this is a limited time deal o… Read more
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km0508

Thanks. Another one on the shortlist :D

Justsuperman

Bare in mind that’s wired to pc. but I’m getting my full speeds now i couldn’t get them with the BT gear only400 down

Justsuperman

km0508

I have the dual band Linksys Velop like the other poster, and looking to upgrade. Constant resets required and patchy coverage. How is that Netgear 6 system? Bit of a jump price wise, but is it worth it? Cheers.

Justsuperman

i don't have them i ordered a netgear wifi 6 mesh system mega expensive but i have gigabit interent so may be worth it

Linksys MX5300 Velop WiFi 6 - £299.99 @ Amazon
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New Velop router can be paired with the old satellites if people have the previous system but just want the main area to be wifi 6. "GIFT05" worked for me on my purchase so you can… Read more
PG9999

mine also

caddyroo

You can only connect Velop nodes to this. That sounds like the right choice. I’d say the only reason for anyone to buy this is if they already have some nodes and want a specific room to have AX speeds i.e. they have an iPhone 11 and iPad Pro etc

markvirgo

Thanks think I will stick with the ones I have. My main PC is network cable in and others are near nodes. My son doesn't complain about his xbox conection which is also near a node in his room. Do yo uknow if you can conect other brands of mesh with them like BT complete wifi discs?

caddyroo

I have got this set up now with two other older units (550 down 35 up). I’m two rooms away from the unit at the moment through brick wall and get 100 down 35 up. Next to it I get 505 down 35 up. To add: I think mesh WiFi will never get you your full speed throughout the house unless you wire it up as such. My important devices are directly wired or are located near a satellite and anything else never actually needs much speed in honesty, just consistency

markvirgo

I have the system with my isp Gigaclear and have had to buy more nodes for my house so have 4 all together and find that the wifi speeds drop fast over a short distance. Would this help at all if I changed my main unit to it or is it not worth the cost. I am on 300mbps service at the moment.

Linksys Max-Stream AC1750 MU-MIMO Fast Wireless Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router for Home £34.98 at Amazon
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Max-Stream AC17500 with MU-MIMO supports 4K UHD streaming and gaming on all your devices MU-MIMO (Multi-User Multiple Input Multiple Output) provides Wi-Fi to multiple devices at … Read more
Alllfff

It's £86.96 there now....

pease

I can’t seem to find this model on ebuyer

b34rd

This by no means perfect and I have not noticed my phone or laptop stuck on one network but then I am not walking round the house checking what it’s doing so when I turn the laptop on it just connects and if I do move downstairs it seems to switch network. But as I said similar to a mesh network but it’s not a mesh network :)

Alllfff

Its expired on amazon now but search it on ebuyer they have same price...

Alllfff

Ive asked if i can change this deal to ebuyer since i saw it too (not sure if there is p&p cost with ebuyer?) But I was told ebuyer is banned here now anyway

Linksys LGS105 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch £10.99 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
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Linksys LGS105 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch £10.99 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
Available to ship in 1-2 days, might suit someone. Key Features Gigabit performanceThe unmanaged switch offers Gigabit speeds to minimise transfer times and greatly enhance the … Read more
plewis00

The problem is requirements for networking all over the place and those 24-port Gigabit switches are not cheap! I was using 10/100 until recently but they really do throttle the connection speeds on faster devices.

Dominatez

Do like I did. I have a 24 port Cisco switch behind the TV and will never want for a spare ethernet port again ever.

plewis00

Good price, but everytime I buy a 5-port switch I inevitably kick myself later for not buying an 8-port.

N898TS

can't you change your alert to include the word 'Nintendo' then?

robinh112

OOS already

LINKSYS LGS116P 16-PORT BUSINESS DESKTOP GIGABIT POE+ SWITCH WITH 8 POE+ PORTS - £81.99 delivered @ Box
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LINKSYS LGS116P 16-PORT BUSINESS DESKTOP GIGABIT POE+ SWITCH WITH 8 POE+ PORTS - £81.99 delivered @ Box
£81.99£93.9913% Free P&P FreeBox.co.uk Deals
Amazon price £93.99 so this is a good price (y) Wired connection speed up to 1000 Mbps 16 Gigabit Ethernet autosensing ports Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) support Easy … Read more
Skwoddie

It's okay - the "threat has been neutralised" (y) But it's nice to still have the peace of mind active CCTV offers - We can leave our driveway gates open whilst we're out for the day (stops the Amazon delivery guy lobbing parcels over them - he just chucks them in our recycling bin, now (annoyed) ) and the system alerts us if anyone wonders into the front garden "accidentally".

johnro

It might help to get an IR illuminator too if you really need it that much

Skwoddie

Old, asbestos-riddled 60's build, with those nasty grey tiles over the brickwork. I needed a full CCTV (Driveway, garden, front/rear entry and ground floor rear windows) system put in at short notice, and the Foscam system (8 cameras, 2Tb NVR) was on offer. Extended the power leads and mounted the cameras next to weatherproof junction boxes and it did the job for the 8 weeks I was away - remote access and push notifications. But their night vision is seriously underpowered and the WiFi dropouts are getting tedious (NVR required a daily reboot). I could run Cat5 to each camera, but it's further time and effort into something that isn't quite so necessary - so we'll leave them here when we sell and invest in a proper Hikvision POE system for the next property.

johnro

Are they just wifi? Why not wire them in first?

johnro

You can use them for poe doorbell/intercoms, pir sensors, humidity/temp sensors, thermostats

Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch £10.99 at Amazon Prime / £15.48 Non Prime
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Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch £10.99 at Amazon Prime / £15.48 Non Prime
£10.99£1422%Amazon Deals
Good price for an excellent switch. KEY FEATURES Wired connection speed up to 1000 Mbps 5 Gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports Power-saving features Easy plug & play con… Read more
gyro85

Yes but obviously limited to 1Gb as the max the port from the ASUS can output is 1Gb so that 1Gb is then spread across the ports in use on the switch, but being realistic your internet won’t be 1Gb and assume your not running a lot of transfers between machines

mikeypr

Thank you. Auto corrupt changer GFast to Glastonbury. I tried pihole a year or so ago, but was always a faff to update. But may try it again. I was also going to pop Adguard Home onto my PI, their alternative to PI-Hole but could never get it up and running. May fire the PI and put a fresh PI hole installation on. Perhaps it’s been updated. Be interesting to see if it works with Certain programmes. I know Adguard desktop, can block ads in two particular music programs I use. Thank you, for reminding me of pihole.

OllieSt

If i've got Virgin Hub in modem mode connected to Asus Ac68u router, can I use one of these to connect the Asus to router to give me extra ports without any downside?

gyro85

Regardless of managed or unmanaged, don’t get a hub, always a switch

benfisher1991

Nope they wont act as a DNS server, however if you can get a raspberry pi and install pihole. It will run the DNS server, it can run the DHCP server and also block ads across the network. Pretty easy to setup and then leaves only routing and wifi to the sky hub. (These hubs provided by ISPs are rubbish, got rid ages ago!)

Linksys LGS116P 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch with 8 x PoE+ Ports 80W - £81.99 @ Box
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Linksys LGS116P 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch with 8 x PoE+ Ports 80W - £81.99 @ Box
£81.99 Free P&P FreeBox.co.uk Deals
Linksys LGS116P 16 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch with 8 PoE+ Ports. Key Features Gigabit performance The unmanaged switch offers Gigabit speeds to minimise tran… Read more
KeepForgettingPassword

I've had this switch for some time, no problems at all. No fan on it, this was high on my requirements. The blue power led is super bright, I had to put some insulation tape over it to dim it. I'm using it to power 3 x poe hikvision cameras, all other ports are in use but not supplying power. Basically if you are looking for a high power budget you will be spending a lot more than this. Same with network features like vlans.

DealJourno

I just got a Ubiquiti 150W 8 port poe+ switch, but it was double the price of this one. Very happy with it, but this looks like a good price if it meets your needs.

microfrost

I was really looking for one that support vlans, even with less ports. Decent price though, heat added

djmakz

Seems to be fanless, although the reviews are rather mixed

aLV426

Can anyone confirm if this has a fan, I'll guess it does which would be a deal breaker for me...

Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch £10.99 at amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
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Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch £10.99 at amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
Back in stock, great switch for the price. Wired connection speed up to 1000 Mbps Attribute of five Gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports Auto power-down disables unused ports … Read more
tris85

Coming up 17.96 plus 2.99 delivery

CoeK

I use this just now. Never had a problem with it so would recommend.

Linksys WRT32X AC3200 WI-FI Gaming Router £94.14 (using code) @ Ebuyer / Ebay
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Linksys WRT32X AC3200 WI-FI Gaming Router £94.14 (using code) @ Ebuyer / Ebay
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Use code PAID20 at checkout for this price. Gain a competitive edge over your online gaming opponents with the Linksys WRT32X gaming router. Equipped with enterprise-grade hardw… Read more
mastermjr20041

Is this worth an upgrade from my R7000?

rev6

I just use the official release. This build comes with a ton of things I don't use. I didn't notice a difference in speed between them.

rev6

I flashed the wrong firmware out of stupidity on mine. It wouldn't boot either partition. I had to recover it via serial. It's fine now (ninja)

Oxtail

With dd-wrt I did notice slower speeds so I moved to a build of openwrt found here https://dc502wrt.org/ very well supported and speeds are actually better than stock though WiFi.

amadablam

What are Ebuyer like when you have to do a return? Was going to order this earlier and checked trust pilot and there seemed to be a lot of recent negativity? Its on amazon for 105 and I might pay the extra for their returns policy. Great deal OP (y) (y) . Tempted!

Linksys WRT32X AC3200 WI-FI Gaming Router £105.99 (+£3.49 del) @ Ebuyer
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Linksys WRT32X AC3200 WI-FI Gaming Router £105.99 (+£3.49 del) @ Ebuyer
£109.48Ebuyer Deals
Down from £134.99 for this Linsys Gaming Router. Exclusively built for gamers The Linksys WRT32X router has been designed and produced exclusively for gamers. This machine has … Read more
rev6

Nope. That's not how it works.

ws007

this must be the best router, as it's got "Gaming" in it`s name :|

rev6

It's easy to go back to stock firmware as well.

scooter

yup if you get this change the FW to openwrt will be good then just dont think much of there fw :( ty OP

wanderer

Cool, I'll have a read up

Linksys Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi Router 3 Pack at Ebuyer for £224.98
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Linksys Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi Router 3 Pack at Ebuyer for £224.98
£224.98£279.9920%Ebuyer Deals
Ebuyer have a £50 off voucher on the Linksys Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi Router - 3 Pack. £274.98 down to £224.98. Not the cheapest we've seen but not far off, also the … Read more
JuicyfruitUOK

Wi-fi is never the wired speed. Gigaclear I assume? No power adapter required where the nodes are, however power adapters are required, just at the other end where the end of the Ethernet cable connecting your node is, usually at the switch. So if you have 5 nodes all connected to your 1 switch, you’ll need 5 plug sockets Dow 5 power cables at the switch end.

MUFCristiano

I see. Will give that a try! Thank you

deleted2410437

I suggested that to assertain if the bottleneck is on LAN or WAN side.

MUFCristiano

No, that's one thing I haven't tried. So I shouldn't worry if my speed test is lower than expected but the file downloads at 110? I'll try find a large file from a source where there's no throttling.

deleted2410437

Is this purely Internet speed that's reduced? Gigabit should be capable of pulling a large file accross the Internal network at around 110Mb/s have you tried getting a movie or similar to see if the internal network is performing as expected?

Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch £10.99 at amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
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Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch £10.99 at amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
£10.99£128%Amazon Deals
Metal case, compact Gigabit switch reasonable priced. Temporarily out of stock. Wired connection speed up to 1000 Mbps Attribute of five Gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports Au… Read more
Lakesman

My two arrived eventually and are going right back! They sent the LGS105V2, which has the power and LAN ports on opposite sides, making cable management a ballache! I don't even know how can even be a feature. The one in the OP is the LGS105, but Amazon have even change the picture for the 5-port (LGS105V2) now as well and I'm not the first be caught out when reading the 1 star reviews. Curiously, Amazon are selling the "Linksys LGS105"for £30.41

Lexeus

Managed means you can access a configuration webpage for the device which will allow you to configure throughput for each socket therefore allowing you to give priority to the devices that you consider important. Unmanaged is a first come first served automatically controlled free for all between all 8 ports which have equal priority

TiredParent

Manned comes with a man :D :D :D (y)

sonofgojira

What's the difference between manned and unmanned?

mastermjr20041

Its temporarily OOS and has been since the deal went up, most of the time they will deliver, but there could be several months delay on it being dispatched.

Linksys WHW0303B Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System for £233.99 @ Amazon
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Linksys WHW0303B Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System for £233.99 @ Amazon
£233.99£28016%Amazon Deals
Not the lowest price , lowest was £214 few months back but still a good price for the the kit. Linksys WHW0303B Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (AC6600 Wi-Fi Router/Ex… Read more
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ukflyboy

Yeah there were a bunch of wifi 6 router and mesh products released at CES the last week or so for release over the next couple of months. There are already WiFi 6 Mesh routers out there but they are a bit pricey at the moment. It looks like all this year's iPhone and android flagship phones as well as PCs and laptops will be WiFi 6 capable, so I'd have thought we'll see the slow death of WiFi 5 (AC) in all but the most budget products. Wifi 5 still offers some good speeds, so if prices come down on these then they'll still be a good buy, but at above £200 still I'd hold off.

RealOldMonk

Is that so ? Thanks was not aware ?

ukflyboy

Reckon these have got further to drop with all the WiFi 6 products announced recently.

sasuke0

I'll bite sub £100 (cheeky) Heat though

Linksys Velop Intelligent AC3600 Whole Home WI-FI Mesh System 3 Pack £108.86 at Ebuyer/ebay with code
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Linksys Velop Intelligent AC3600 Whole Home WI-FI Mesh System 3 Pack £108.86 at Ebuyer/ebay with code
£108.86£12916%eBay Deals
Good price and quality mesh system. KEY FEATURES Works with Alexa Ideal for Medium to Large Homes Nodes create a seamless Mesh Network with a single user name and password … Read more
lurch

These Vs tp-link deco or tenda?

Burgess85

Any good?

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