Is your post going to change the face of humanity?
No it's not.
We took advantage of a deal that any store that price matched it, could have called and decided not to honor the price match. If they didn't do this and price matched, than no harm done.
I'm sure you're pointing out how immoral this is, meanwhile downloading the latest movies.
It's easy to point the moral finger behind a keyboard.
But some stores didn't and some honored, so I'm sure we can all point the best of fingers behind keyboards.
Congrats to those who got this deal.
It's not a generational thing to take advantage of a situation. It's been happening since the stone age, I guarentee. There's always someone who puts themself on a pedastal.
I have been using this for a couple of days now and can't say enough good things about it. I can't believe how much of a difference it is from the D-Link crap I was running before. I am getting wired speeds via 5G, my PC no longer randomly drops connectivity, and I can simultaneously run saturated torrents without killing my Internet. The lights on the unit also look neat.
I hate the QoS on this. It isnt very intelligent like my old Aus AC66U I had to add a whole bunch of stuff manually unlike the Asus. I dont even know how the standard downstream QoS config would limit Slingbox to 300kbps. I didnt know what was wrong until I turned downstream QoS off and viola Slingbox went back to 10mbps bit rate.
I'll check mine out tonight. I just assumed 5G = AC.Anyone having trouble making an AC connection? I've got the Gigabyte AC card (same intel chipset that's in most laptops and probably most cards in general) and even on the 5khz band, I only get an 802.11 N connection. I thought it was my card, but I used a dell laptop with an AC NIC and got the same results.
Downloads from y server are not AC, but good enough, but uploads are meh.
I'll check mine out tonight. I just assumed 5G = AC.
I just checked my computer out and it's on AC. I don't think it's possible to check on my iPhone 6, but i'm assuming it's also on AC.802.11 N supported 5ghz, my Cisco 4200 V2 had it (worked very well although very short range).
The 802.11 G 5ghz is much faster and more reliable when not in the same room. I've had problems with 5ghz prior to getting this router when leaving the same room. Now its great all around my house.