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  # 1280122 10-Apr-2015 06:52
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3 laptops
2 mobile phones
1 tablet
1 tivo
1 ps3
2 printers

Involuntary autocorrect in operation on mobile device. Apologies in advance.

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  # 1280333 10-Apr-2015 11:01
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4 x Laptop
4 x Smartphone
2 x Smart TV
1 x Apple TV
3 x Ipad
2 x HTPC
2 x IP camera
2 x PS3
1 x PS4
3 x Chromecast
2 x Bose Soundtouch stereos

I have a large 3 story house so I have a couple of Ubiquiti Unifi AP Pros and a Unifi AC.
The 2.4GHz spectrum is quite crowded too, so that's another reason for the dual band APs.

PC: R7 3700x 4.3Ghz/32GB DDR4/GTX1070



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  # 1280427 10-Apr-2015 13:05
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Nothing worth listing or stealing, sorry. foot-in-mouth


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  # 1280431 10-Apr-2015 13:16
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1. Router
2. iMac
3. Desktop PC
4. Windows Laptop
5. X-Box 360
6. Apple TV
7. Sony Smart TV
8,9. 2 x iPhones
10,11. 2 x iPods
12,13,14,15. 4 x iPads

So...15 Wifi-enabled devices, all able to be connected to the network, not always connected at the same time, but most of the time there's at least 4-6

There may be some more lurking about...

Handsome Dan Has Spoken.

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