When I publish my full review, I'll have benchmarks measuring the C3200's performance as a dual-band router (2.4- and 5GHz 802.11n) and one measuring its network-attached storage chops. I'll also go into more depth about the C3200's firmware and feature set. It looks as though TP-Link intends to compete hard on price: the new router is priced at $260, which is well below the current street prices of the tri-band routers it's competing with. Is that enough to make it a good value? Stay tuned to find out.
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