Linksys AC3200 Tri-Band Smart Wi-Fi Router with Gaming and USB, Designed for Device-Heavy Homes, Smart Wi-Fi App Enabled to Control Your Network from Anywhere (EA9200-4A)
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- Tri-band Wi-Fi technology and 802.11b/g/n/ac wireless standard to ensure a high-speed Internet connection is delivered to your devices, so you can quickly perform a variety of Web-based activities
- Up to 3200 Mbps data transfer rates for fast, efficient operation
- 6 active antennas to provide 6 streams of data for optimal speed and maximum coverage
- 1 GHz dual-core CPU and 3 integrated co-processors promotes simultaneous high-speed data processing for a total of 2.96GHz of penta-core processing power
- Four Gigabit Ethernet ports and two USB connections--including one ultra-fast USB 3.0 port--are ideal for connecting shared network storage devices as well as a range of other peripherals
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Additional Bullet Points: Beamforming technology focuses wireless signals at a receiving device rather than simply sending out Wi-Fi in a general direction. Beamforming also reduces interference from other devices for stronger Wi-Fi connections. Minimum system requirements: PC: Wi-Fi enabled Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista SP1 or later, Windows 7, or Windows 8. Mac: Wi-Fi enabled Mac OS X Snow Leopard v10.6.1 or later, Lion v10.7, Mountain Lion v10.8, or Mavericks v10.9. Web Browser: Internet Explorer 8, Safari 5 (for Mac), Firefox 8, or Chrome configuration. The Linksys AC3200 Tri-Band Smart Wi-Fi Router is designed for device-heavy homes with simultaneous wireless activities. Tri-band technology adds an additional high-speed 5 GHz band for combined speeds of up to 3.2 Gbps - up to double the AC performance of dual-band routers. Innovative Smart Connect technology optimizes the performance of your wireless devices by balancing them across multiple Wi-Fi bands. Its six active antennas - 3 external, 3 internal - provide six data streams and a 1 GHz dual-core CPU ensures faster combined Wi-Fi speeds to even more devices without diminishing individual speed or performance. Four Gigabit ports offer a blazing-fastest wired connection, while Beamforming technology focuses and strengthens the Wi-Fi signal to your Wireless-AC devices.
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|Data Transfer Rate||3,200 Mb per second||1,900 Mb per second||1,900 Mb per second||1,900 Mb per second||1,900 Mb per second|
|Item Weight||0.72 kg||0.93 kg||0.64 kg||0.9 kg||0.8 kg|
|Wireless Comm Standard||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac||802.11.ac||802.11.ac; 5.8 GHz Radio Frequency; 802.11 a/b/g/n||802.11.a; 802.11.b; 802.11.g; 802.11.n||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac|
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Worth product to invest. Has a Tri-band and that work awesome with multiple devices...... like my 2 Windows Lap's with build in AC series adapters, Couple of Smartphones, Ipad's , and an android Tablet, Smart TV, Dlink's Boxe, tried giving the entire load and this router was a solid and performing without any issue.
Design is good doesn't take much space... The Linksys Logo on the front glows when its on...that's awesome..........
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I have a Plex Media Server that I stream to an iPad 2, MacBook Pro 2011, and to the Plex for Android app on a Samsung Galaxy S3. Using ANY of these devices locally, there is absolutely NO LAG watching 1080p 32GB blu-ray rips.
The range is incredible if assuming no industrial walls are in the way. I have a decent connection ~8mbps when I am across the parking lot ~300 feet from router.
The USB 3.0 port is nice when I need to quickly share data with others on my network (sorry did not have a USB3.0 device to test transfer speed). I had a USB2.0 device that transferred at 60Mbps approximate which is pretty good.
1. Great for upgrading old N and older routers
2. Perfect for densely populated areas like apartment complexes
4. Two USB ports
5. One 2.4GHz network @ 600mbps and Two 5 GHz networks @ 1.3gbps
6. Can have 1 - 3 Network ID's, I suggest having just the same SSID on all 3 (easier to remember 1 password than 3!)
Number 6 originally was: "Can have 3 network ID's, 2 ID's, or just 1 - which I highly recommend doing and let the router choose the best option for you!"
1. Has a stand and must sit upright (cannot "lie flat")
2. Slightly larger than expected (potential eye sore - mine is hidden so not a big deal to me)
Update: 03/24/2017 -
I had begun to notice that almost all of my iDevices (iPad 2, iPhone 5s, iPhone SE) were getting "dropped". I want to expand this a little bit. What I mean when I say "dropped" is that each device says that they were connected to WiFi, but no webpages or anything that required the internet would load. These devices need the 40MHz band to function and the Smart Band Connect steering would sometimes (for lack of a better term here) "drop" these clients. After going into WiFi settings, turned Smart Connect to Off, I made the 2.4GHz band Mixed/Auto/Auto (Network mode/Channel/Channel width), 5GHz1 to 802.11ac only/36 - 5.180GHz/80MHz, and 5GHz2 to 802.11ac only/161 - 5.805GHz/40MHz.
After doing this, all my iDevices go to 5GHz2 and no longer have the "drop" problem. I hope this helps any other potential buyer/anyone that is having connection issues.
Some additional resources on this router. I am on Firmware 184.108.40.206400 (which does NOT show up if you click check for updates). I use Port Forwarding, VPN passthrough is Enabled, Firewall is enabled for both IPv4 and IPv6, I turned Internet Filters of multicast and Internal NAT redirect off, IPv6 is enabled, and Guest network is turned Off.
Still 5 stars because this router is incredible!
*** Edit, 3 weeks after purchase **** After almost returning this item I got tech support on the phone. As it turns out my firmware was not the latest version. If you look in the LinksysSmartWifi portal and check for updates it will NOT tell you that your firmware is out of date, you need to go the Linksys website, click support, find your router, and then click firmware. From there I could see I did not have the latest firmware. So after updating that the tech also had me change the name of the 5.0 ghz band by adding _5 to the network name, so the 2.4 an 5 ghz network names are not the same. Also on the 2.4 ghz network options we took the channel off of auto and put it on 6, and the channel width was set to 20MHZ only. This seems to have solved my issues and all my devices are running very fast on wireless and not getting booted off.