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Need to upgrade your home network? Today’s a good day to do it. Amazon is running a 1-day sale on TP-Link networking products, with up to 30 percent off the price of routers, cable modems, range extenders, and other gear.

A couple of other stores also have good deals on networking gear. You can snag a Google WiFi for $100 or a Netgear 802.11n N150 range extender for just $8.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.



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5 replies on “Deals of the Day (6-09-2017)”

  1. I’m a TP link router user but I’m using cheap one.Yeap! That time my budget was low.I think this is the right time for to upgrade my wifi range.Thanks for the my favorite router offer! Thanks

  2. Are consumer-grade wireless routers worth it? Every one I’ve had so far starts dying after around a year. It’ll just start dropping randomly, at least for wireless devices, but in one case it just reboots the entire system, or slows enough to require a reboot. I’m guessing it’s thermal issues with cheap thermal compound that goes bad after a year in operation, but this is the case for all of my Linksys, D-Link, and Netgear routers. Have things changed recently? Is there anything better I should look out for?

    1. You may have gotten unlucky. I have a cheap TP-Link WR841N that’s still going strong after three years. It needs rebooting once every few weeks, but that’s it. I had a couple of routers before that that eventually crapped out on me, but each lasted several years.

      Been happy with TP-Link, and also enjoying a new Asus AC68U for almost a year with no trouble.

      1. I might give a TP-Link a try then. That is, until I inherit a bunch of enterprise equipment from my job :3

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