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    Linksys EA6900
    Looking at the Linksys EA6900, but see some mixed reviews. Anyone here using it? What are your thoughts?

    Though a bit spendy, I might be willing to dig up the clams to buy the new Linksys WRT1900AC if the EA6900 has a bad wrap.

    Thoughts?

    Questions?

    Suggestions?
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    Well anything at all you check on the 'net be prepared for negative posts. Positive posts simply never occur. After being a Linsky's fan for years have given them away and gone to a TP-Link set up to 5GHz band and much more steady and a little faster. Here is one positive report on the 1900AC:-

    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/technology...ectid=11262074
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    Quote Originally Posted by harryb2448 View Post
    Well anything at all you check on the 'net be prepared for negative posts. Positive posts simply never occur. After being a Linsky's fan for years have given them away and gone to a TP-Link set up to 5GHz band and much more steady and a little faster. Here is one positive report on the 1900AC:-

    Hands on: Linksys WRT1900AC - Technology - NZ Herald News

    Thanks for the insight, and the link.

    I actually left TP-Link because of continual drops and went with a Linksys 2600 (802.11n) several years ago. My only complaint is the lack of range. But that's to be expected due to being in a large 3 story house with 2 Laptops, 2 PC's, 4 iPhones, 2 smart DVD players and an X-box...oh, and an iPad, that all access Netflix frequently. ;-)

    Figure it's time to move up to the 802.11AC, since it's becoming more common now, and the 2600 is about maxed out.

    It's good to hear that TP-Link may be back in the running. I'll take a closer look at them.

    Thanks
    Rick
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