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Tenda AC1200 Dual Band WiFi Router, High Speed Wireless Internet Router with Smart App, MU-MIMO for Home (AC6),Black

$24.99

(9 customer reviews)
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  • Dual-Band 2.4GHz + 5 GHz: Get lightning quick connections for all your wireless devices by upgrading to Tenda’s enhanced 1200 Mbps high speed Wi fi technology (300mbps at 2. 4GHz plus 867Mbps at 5GHz)
  • Powerful Belt Capacity: Link up to 20 wireless devices like Google assistant, Alexa and various streaming devices, simultaneously, while maintaining optimum network conditions
  • Antennas Maximum Signal Coverage: The Tenda AC6 is equipped with four powerful 5dBi antennas, delivering high speed internet throughout your home and provides seamless coverage for up to 2000 Sq. ft. Output: DC 9V1A
  • MU-MIMO Technology: More users in the network at the same time, due to advanced MU-MIMO technology, even more users can now use the network for games, streaming or data transmissions at the same time. The guest network also benefits from MU-MIMO technology.
  • Parent Control: Manage your network from anywhere with the easy to use Tenda Wi fi app and access helpful tools like our parent friendly Wi Fi timeout feature
  • Beamforming Concentrated WiFi Signal: The beamforming technology makes it possible to concentrate the WLAN signal in one direction, thus completely covering small to medium-sized apartments with WLAN.

Specification: Tenda AC1200 Dual Band WiFi Router, High Speed Wireless Internet Router with Smart App, MU-MIMO for Home (AC6),Black

RAM

‎1 GB

Wireless Type

‎802.11a/b/g/n/ac

Brand

‎Tenda

Series

‎AC6

Item model number

‎AC6

Operating System

‎RouterOS

Item Weight

‎12 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎5.57 x 1.93 x 8.66 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎5.57 x 1.93 x 8.66 inches

Color

‎Black

Computer Memory Type

‎72-Pin EDO SIMM Memory

Voltage

‎220

Manufacturer

‎Tenda Technology Inc.

Country of Origin

‎China

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Date First Available

‎November 1, 2016

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9 reviews for Tenda AC1200 Dual Band WiFi Router, High Speed Wireless Internet Router with Smart App, MU-MIMO for Home (AC6),Black

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  1. Jim

    First, as a refurb I wasn’t surprised to find it kind of set up and the factory reset didn’t wipe the admin password. No problem, I still got it up and running, although I did have to find a vulnerability to get the password (under wifi it pre-populates the password, which you can copy paste to get it in plain text). First thing I noticed was my computer clock changed to another time zone. I then noted my ads were all in Chinese. I did a couple more hard resets and had it working for about 30 minutes running as normal until I found it reverted back and sent all my internet traffic via a computer in China again. Tried a couple more times and although I might be able to replace the firmware software with open source, I do not have that kind of time. For what it’s worth, although terribly insecure, it had FANTASTIC range. To anyone buying, pay attention to the ads you see and if they are not for your location/region, don’t risk your data getting skimmed and get rid of it. I am a certified hacker and this looks like something I would dream up.

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  2. Péricles Fontoura Júnior

    Después de muchas dudas y mirar opiniones, me “arriesgué” porque no conocía esta marca. Tenía el problema de todos los adosados con las plantas de arriba y, después de hacer llegar un cable Ethernet y conectar este router Inalámbrico, funciona con mucha rapidez. Antes había usado un modem viejo de Telefónica, adaptado como router, pero tenía poco alcance y se desconectaba frecuentemente; ahora llega al piso de abajo (dormitorios) mejor que el modem de entrada y en 5G, a una velocidad más que rápida. (Cuando le haga pruebas de velocidad las adjunto)

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  3. Péricles Fontoura Júnior

    Mi modem actual Alcatel I 240w A proporcionado por Telmex había estado fallando en la señal wifi y aproveché el Buen Fin para adquirir este ruteador por el excelente precio de 700 pesos y vaya que valió la pena, como muchos dicen, es facilísimo de instalar y configurar, creo que tardarás más tiempo destapando la caja y acomodando el aparato que en lo que lo pones a funcionar. Tengo contratado el paquete de 50 megas, y vaya sorpresa, el ruter hace uso de la velocidad máxima real que me envía Telmex, en las fotos puse tres pruebas de velocidad:

    50 Megas – con el modem Alcatel de Telmex, a 1 metro de distancia
    88 Megas – con el ruteador a 2 metros de distancia
    70 Megas – con el ruteador a aproximadamente 10 metros de distancia, en un segundo pise y dos muros en el trayecto.

    Definitivamente vale la pena este ruteador, no le pide nada a las marcas más famosas. Igual me gustaría aclarar antes de terminar que la velocidad varía mucho dependiendo el dispositivo conectado, por ejemplo en una laptop HP que no es banda dual la velocidad sigue siendo entre 40-50 megas y conectándole un USB Wifi banda dual si sube máximo a 60 megas, o en un PS4 Pro la velocidad aveces supera los 90 megas.

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  4. Grizzled Jack

    This is based on a setup I did last night, so durability is a preliminary call. I got this for my girlfriend. Her Netgear 1600 is approaching old age and had a bit a bit of occasional cutout on the high band. Not enough to make it unusable, but at the sale price of the Tenda, I was able to buy one and save the Netgear for a spare in case something really failed.

    I paid good money for a Netgear Nighthawk 1900 for my home, and after installing an AC1200 in a rental property I came to the conclusion that all that extra power in the router is wasted if you’re only getting 60 megs down through the cable system.

    The Tenda cost a small fraction of my locally purchased AC1200 unit and works as well as anything I’ve used. I was able to hang nine devices–Roku boxes, Amazon units, smart speakers, phones, tablets and computers on it in a matter of minutes. It had enough power so that I was getting good signal on my phone way out on the street, at least a block from the unit. If anything more expensive dies in the router department (and the spare Netgear unit dies), this will be my new go to router. Now I’m asking myself what was I thinking when I laid out that extra $140 to get that high end Nighthawk.

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  5. Fabiano Gabriel Spohr Jaureguy

    O roteador cumpre o que promete em relação as antenas, mas tem um porém.
    As entradas Wan e Lan , não suportam velocidades Gigabit. Está na embalagem que são FE. Não há sentido em ter um produto que por wireless ele transmite até 1200 MB mas não consegue receber mais de 100 MB.
    Decepcionante.

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  6. jDally987

    I won’t even lie. This router worked great for me – strong signal, fairly insane speeds; I was getting 75mbps down (5GHz channel) and I’m pretty sure I only have a 30mbps Comcast plan. Good admin interface, everything checks out, and the price sure was right.

    But some vulnerability/backdoor (specifically something IPV6-related, as I noticed lots of strange traffic through that, and I normally never used ipv6 previously) got my ENTIRE house full of computers infected with a Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) related malware, where the attacker remotely modified my Windows installation to be set up as an Active Directory client, as if my PC thought it was on a corporate network, beholden to the IT administration’s control. So my group policies almost all set themselves to “Managed”, and I couldn’t change them myself. It also spread itself to any new USB media I made with windows’ official Media Creation Tool, I believe through auto-generated malicious autorun.inf’s under invalid pathnames, like D:\System Volume Information\:\:autorun.inf (windows doesn’t allow colons in pathnames), among many other weird and not-easily-detectable signs of tampering in my machine. Before I even noticed something was amiss, it had taken control of all the other PCs in the house including my girlfriend’s. Even after a full drive wipe on any given computer, the malicious presence remained in the background.

    Just google “Tenda vulnerability”, specifically Loki Labs’ article “Tenda, is this a bad design or a backdoor?” to see what I’m talking about. Also read up on WMI malware, such as the recent Astaroth malware which I think might’ve been part of the type of virus I acquired, and how notorious and ancient it is as a method to compromise computers remotely. If you buy+use this router for a few days it’s likely you’ll even pick up a remote attacker on your network and not be able to notice it, except for some innocent-looking COM Surrogate Provider, rundll.32, Font Caching etc. (the list goes on and on) processes that blend in entirely with the operating system, because they are built-in to it. You’d be surprised just how insidious this type of infection can be, especially if you try to remove it without locking down your home network security impeccably before starting the reinstalls and everything.

    I’ve been tinkering with computers since I was almost a baby; develop software for a living and I’ve never seen anything quite like this until now. I’m still trying to get rid of it completely, after 2+ weeks of late nights and headaches, thinking I might’ve vanquished it this time only to find another subtle but unmistakable sign of infection. I’ve obviously ripped this router out and am preparing to return it, using my old wireless-N router for the moment, but even still this stupid attack seems to persist on all my computers, even on Ubuntu/linux (!!!), as I believe it got access to some of my laptops’ UEFI firmware somewhere along the way… it’s terrible, trust me, just don’t mess with the Chinese brands if you value your time and privacy. I never cared either until this incident but you can bet your butt I have learned my lesson, firmly.

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  7. McKinley Allen

    I’m researching to buy a new modem for my grandmother and returned to this one because I bought one for myself about a year ago for use in my college apartment.
    I saw a lot of bad reviews and wanted to throw my 2 cents in that this modem worked excellently in my year of use. I didn’t encounter any trouble whatsoever.
    I’m a tech savy person and play a lot of video games and stream a lot of videos and content at once (some in 4K) and I can say this router did a fine job! It never quit on me and has a very far range.

    In looking for a modem for my grandmother I’ll probably choose this one again as it seems very reliable and strong. Heed bad reviews but remember human error is a thing and it’s fully possible those people’s units were broken in manufacturing, transit, or use. If you’re responsible and careful this unit will probably do you fine as it did me.

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  8. Fabiano Gabriel Spohr Jaureguy

    Boa tarde, recebi meu produto dentro do prazo estipulado, mas o mesmo após verificar a caixa e seus componentes, havia indícios de que o mesmo já havia sido configurado e utilizado anteriormente (plásticos que envolviam o equipamento apresentam “deformações” típicas após o uso e manuseio do mesmo)
    O mesmo já carregava configurações assim como nome da rede (Gomes) e senha, conforme imagem.

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  9. Benny Fuentes

    Cara, eu saí de um roteador TPLink que para ser ruim tinha que melhorar muito. Achei que estava comprando um roteador melhor. Que decepção. As primeiras 24h foram surpreendentes com velocidades bem altas com esse rotador mas, depois disso, foi só decepção. Ele começou a travar, reiniciar e esquentar que nem um cooktop. Pensei que desse para fritar um ovo sobre esse roteador enquanto esperava as páginas carregarem. Estou devolvendo essa bomba e quero meu dinheiro de volta.

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    Tenda AC1200 Dual Band WiFi Router, High Speed Wireless Internet Router with Smart App, MU-MIMO for Home (AC6),Black
    Tenda AC1200 Dual Band WiFi Router, High Speed Wireless Internet Router with Smart App, MU-MIMO for Home (AC6),Black

    $24.99

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