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# 261792 15-Dec-2019 12:18
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There doesn't appear to be any listed on trademe, so I think I'd ask here.

 

 

 

My current flat has bad wifi in my room. Because of the location of the Router, I can't run a cable anywhere, which rules out an UP near my room.

 

My thought was run the risk of getting a UAP-NanoHD which may provide better coverage than the NF18ACV (presumably it has better antennas and better radios), or go for an Orbi, which will definitely give a better result than I'm getting now, without losing too much performance (we are on gigabit here)

 

 

 

Anyone looking to potentially part with theirs? (depending on price)






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  # 2378795 19-Dec-2019 21:59
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Hi - thinking of selling ours. What would you be prepared to pay for one? I should have the full box and has latest firmware updates. Currently reading 650mps download 500mps upload. Nice reliable setup. Thinking of going different route...




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  # 2380138 22-Dec-2019 16:29
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Insanekiwi: Hi - thinking of selling ours. What would you be prepared to pay for one? I should have the full box and has latest firmware updates. Currently reading 650mps download 500mps upload. Nice reliable setup. Thinking of going different route...

 

 

 

how old is it? Any warranty? Where was it purchased?

 

Not sure about the price I'd be willing to pay, still scoping out options.






 
 
 
 


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  # 2380142 22-Dec-2019 16:49
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I will be putting it on sale section soon I think. It’s AC3000 purchased new from PB tech in Wellington. I think from I recall about 1.5-2 years old. I am sure the receipt is in the box. I will be selling it for $380.

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