Best Router for Under $100?
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Hey /g/, so I am been looking around for a new router to replace my e4200 v1. We've had it for a while, and I think at this point it is starting to fail. I've used some third party software to keep it lively and managed to breath new life into it, but the increase in internet speed along with the laptops, media devices, and computers is starting to strain it badly.
I've been searching around on google and so far I haven't found anything that quite tops Netgear R6220-100NAS 1200AC. It seems to fit nicely with what I need (decent wifi range, newer wifi protocols, able to keep up with internet speed of 100mbps) as well as cutting out what we don't use (mostly USB storage) which makes me perfectly fine with a USB 2.0 port.
I wanted to double check with you guys to see if you had any recommendations I should check on before going through with the purchase.
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Found any new Chink deals worth sharing? Received a new package that you're itching to review? Post itt!
>IRC channel #/csg/ on rizon
>Shitpost your way through your first 5 reviews on Gearbest >>54202786 and receive 1300 points, they might try and ask you to rate Gearbest on trustpilot in exchange for more >>54202872
>Anon bought a Hero 616 which is a copy Parker Pen, instead he got a copy of a copy. Review and pic of his penmanship with chink pen here >>54211749
>Cakebux removal message now changed to "Got Points from Mother's Day Draw" >>54221233 one anon suggests contacting support asking them about it in order to get your "Mother's Day Draw" points >>54221584
>This chink thermal paste seems shady >>54188980 and way too runny >>54189161
>MIXZA "shark" OCEAN series has gone up in price on AliExpress from £9.50/€11,60 to £12.38/€15,70 though they're currently on sale at Gearbest for $11.87 >>54198968 but they might raise in price there too >>54200081
>Another anon reviews his MotoSpeed Mechanical Keyboard >>54219061 "Build quality is great, switches are double shot and stands have rubber on them. " though he is experiencing a similar issue as >>54192240 with a particular light setting messing with his eyes and orientation.
>Anon's >>54214412 XML-T6 Cree torches shine blue >>54214613 instead of white
>Anon reports about his Redmi Note 3 Pro's battery life and Samsung S6-like performance >>54217038
>Anon writes up a TaoBao buying guide >>54194446 >>54195211
>Short review of $7 X3 Bluetooth Speaker >>54209950
>Internals of the BM-800 microphone >>54213527 >>54213563
>OozutsuCannon drops by for an update on his OC and Huion tablet >>54222789
>Shark reviews by anons show up on AliExpress >>54223228 >>54223311
>New Zealand anon reviews a Redmi Note 3 Pro >>54215190 full 4G coverage confirmed for NZ
Too many mutha'uckers edition