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WiFiRanger Dual Band 802.11ac hardware--Black Friday specials


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For anyone looking for a Christmas present for himself or herself or their favorite geek, WiFiRanger is going to take pre-orders on its new line of dual band 802.11ac hardware starting Wednesday evening, 11/23. Shipments will begin on 12/5. Through 12/5 a 10% discount is available using the discount code TIMEFORAC

 

The WFR line of hardware will now look like:

 

  • $159.99 WiFiRanger Core (standalone router)
    • 2.4 & 5.8GHz
    • Dual-chain 2.4GHz
    • Single-chain 5.8GHz
    • USB Tethering
    • 100Mbps Ethernet
  • $349.99 WiFiRanger GoAC (standalone router)
    • 2.4 & 5.8GHz
    • Triple-chain 2.4GHz
    • Triple-chain 5.8GHz
    • USB Tethering
    • 1000Mbps Ethernet
  • $359.99 WiFiRanger Sky2 Pack (Core & Sky2)
    • 0.5mi Max Range
    • Indoor 2.4 & 5.8GHz
    • Outdoor Single-chain 2.4GHz
    • USB Tethering
    • Flat Mounting
    • 100Mbps Ethernet
  • $449.99 WiFiRanger SkyPro Pack (Core & SkyPro)
    • 1.5mi Max Range
    • Indoor 2.4 & 5.8GHz
    • Outdoor Dual-chain 2.4GHz
    • USB Tethering
    • Flat Mounting
    • 100Mbps Ethernet
  • $699.99 WiFiRanger EliteAC Pack (GoAC & EliteAC)
    • 2mi Max Range
    • Indoor Triple-chain 2.4 & 5.8GHz
    • Outdoor Single-chain 2.4 & 5.8GHz
    • USB Tethering
    • Pole Mounting
    • 1000Mbps Ethernet
  • $749.99 WiFiRanger EliteAC Pack FM (GoAC & EliteAC FM)
    • 2mi Max Range
    • Indoor Triple-chain 2.4 & 5.8GHz
    • Outdoor Single-chain 2.4 & 5.8GHz
    • USB Tethering
    • Flat Mounting
    • 1000Mbps Ethernet

 

I've been Beta-testing the new GoAC for the past couple of months and it's pretty impressive. My laptop routinely sees >80% of the speed of the connection going through the WFR and that's with both the 5GHz and 2.4GHz broadcasts operating. If I didn't need the 2.4GHz broadcast I've measured throughputs in excess of 90%.

 

I hope the moderators will permit me to make this commercial post. I receive no commissions from any sales that result.

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Looks like the main issue I had is not gone. I just didn't want to run 2.4GHz inside the coach but just for the connection to the Internet. Now when the time comes I'll be able to run 5GHz only inside the coach.

 

Correct! With a device like the GoAC you have your choice connecting to a wifi access point with either 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz and your internal network can run on either frequency or both. I'm using both frequencies inside my RV because I have a number of 2.4 GHz-only devices.

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