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D-Link COVR AX1800 Mesh WiFi6 (3-pack) - $229.99

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[Amazon.ca] D-Link COVR AX1800 Mesh WiFi6 (3-pack) - $229.99

Limited-time deal: D-Link COVR AX1800 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System - Up to 6500 sq.ft. Coverage, Voice Control w/Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, Enhanced Parental Controls, 3-Pack (COVR-X1863) https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B096BMMN2Y/ref ... SR0MBNWWHT

$229.99, regular price $379.99, $150 off

All time low according for 3camels.

I was looking for a WiFi6 mesh system since we have some WiFi6 devices now (couple of laptops, couple of phones); and wanted a mesh system for more coverage even though the iincluded router and modem combo seemed ok for now .


Happy to hear any input on the D-Link system. Thx
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Is this one of the mesh systems that doesn't require external/cloud access?
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Friends don't recommend friends to purchase D-Link.
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track2 wrote: Friends don't recommend friends to purchase D-Link.
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Rip, so it's no good?
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kinz186 wrote: Rip, so it's no good?

D-link has a questionable history of supporting firmware and patching, bug fixes for extended periods of time.


Stick with Asus, Netgear, TP-Link... Asus is usually the MOST regarded. Also, consider TP-Link, they are truly putting a lot of effort into releasing Value-based routers (great features for a reasonable price). Their support is also very good! I feel the company is seriously trying to tap in and to dominate the market.
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Bought it a few weeks back from Staples for the same price was the cheapest wifi 6 3 unit system I could find. So far it's been working well.
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track2 wrote: D-link has a questionable history of supporting firmware and patching, bug fixes for extended periods of time.


Stick with Asus, Netgear, TP-Link... Asus is usually the MOST regarded. Also, consider TP-Link, they are truly putting a lot of effort into releasing Value-based routers (great features for a reasonable price). Their support is also very good! I feel the company is seriously trying to tap in and to dominate the market.
You got that right.

Someone is paying those workers from somewhere, somehow. That, or slave labour.

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