The TP-Link Archer A7 AC1750 smart wireless router (opens in new tab) is just $29.99 at B&H today in refurbished condition. It sells for nearer $60 brand new (opens in new tab) and today's price is a match for the lowest we've ever seen it go. If you don't mind the shorter 90-day warranty, this refurb deal is definitely the way to go. Just be sure to get your order in by the end of B&H's Mega DealZone event to get this discounted price.
The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals
TP-Link Archer AX3000 Wi-Fi 6 wireless router (opens in new tab)
$99.00 $130.00 Save $31
Wi-Fi 6 promises speeds up to three times faster than previous generations with four times the bandwidth capacity and 75% lower latency. The router has MU-MIMO tech to cover multiple devices connected at once and Ethernet for wired connections.
TP-Link Kasa KP400 smart outdoor plug 2-pack (opens in new tab)
$29.99 $50.00 Save $20
Get free shipping with your Prime membership. Each plug has two outlets that can be controlled together or individually. Use your phone or voice control with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa to control them from anywhere. Weather resistant.
TP-Link Archer A20 AC4000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi router (opens in new tab)
$139.99 $200.00 Save $60
With a tri-band radio, MU-MIMO technology, Beamforming, link aggregation, and more, this router is perfect for homes with a dozen different devices all trying to connect at once. It supports Windows, Mac, and Linux. Includes a 2-year warranty.
TP-Link Kasa KP400 smart outdoor plug (opens in new tab)
$16.99 $25.00 Save $8
With two outlets you can control two outdoor devices either together or individually. And you can do it from anywhere using your phone or voice control through Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa. Weather resistant with long Wi-Fi range.
$49.99 $80.00 Save $30
This great little budget router is capable of data transfer speeds up to 1750 Mbps with 2.4GHz and 5GHz wireless bands. Also has four Ethernet ports for a wired connection. Includes a quick and easy setup wizard.
The Archer A7 is a followup to the highly popular Archer C7, and it looks to maintain TP-Link's hold on the mid-range, budget-friendly router market. It has two bands with 1750 Mbps bandwidth and long-range coverage with the three external antennas. It also has four Gigabit ports and an integrated USB port.
The A7 is also designed to work with Alexa, so you can ask for guest access and stuff like that with your voice if you have a device like the Echo Dot (opens in new tab) at home. We gave it 4 out of 5 stars in our full review and also named it among the best Wi-Fi routers in 2019 as the top budget pick. Getting one at almost half off with today's refurb deal makes it an even better value for money. Existing owners rate it highly as well, giving it an average rating 4.2 out of 5 stars based on almost 4,500 reviews (opens in new tab) at Amazon.
If you're in a state where B&H Photo now charges sales tax, you might want to look into its Payboo credit card. The way it works is quite simple; B&H will charge you the full amount plus sales tax, and then purchases made at its SuperStore location or that are shipped to eligible states will receive an instant reward on their card for the amount of tax that was paid. You'll only then be responsible for the remaining portion, which is the cost of the merchandise. While the amount of tax on today's purchase won't be huge, if you go on to buy some camera gear or a new laptop there, you could save a decent chunk.
Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.
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