Moneysaver One-Shot: The Dark Knight Returns

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Vigilante: What gives you the right? What's the difference between you and me?
Batman: I've got 802.11ac

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Update: The router is now $170, not $150, apparently that deal was very limited time. It's still a great deal that we highly recommend. If you prefer Amazon, get it from there for basically the same price with no code. [Amazon]

Not so long ago, we featured the ASUS RT-N66U, known around the Internet as "The Dark Knight," as our deal of the day. It was a great deal at $150, but we did note that it's 802.11ac big brother could be had for $40 more. Today, you don't have to choose. The ASUS RT-N66U is available for that same low price, 802.11ac and all. Grab it from Newegg for $153 using code EMCXRXL37. It's the lowest price we've seen by a very nice margin. [Newegg]


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I use Fios and it comes with its own router. Could I use this to replace it or work with my existing router? The Fios router isn't even N compatible let alone AC. I have Fios Quantum so I get 75 down and 35 up. My laptops all have N compatibility but cant use it because of the crappy Fios router. Any help would be appreciated.