Take Amazon’s 3-pack Velop home mesh networking device for $129.99. Considering that the Velop 3-pack normally sells for about $280, this is a great low price. Only once before it dropped below this when it reached below $100 back in August.
A standard Wi-Fi system is a router-modem that distributes wireless signals as far as possible. This is an issue if you have a weird spot in your modem setup or you just have a big house. I don’t speak here of mansions. Even a small three-story townhome can be a challenge for a regular router as it can’t fill every floor with good, efficient Wi-Fi. Mesh networking systems like Velop make up for this by allowing you to spread several satellites around your house. They all connect and form a Wi-Fi blanket that is seamless. You will be able to move around your house once the setup is complete and not even notice that your phone is switching from one router to another.
With Wi-Fi, the Linksys Velop can cover up to 4,500 square feet, which is about the size of a house with 3.5 bedrooms. It is connected by dual-band with speeds up to 867 Mbps and 400 Mbps per node. Wi-Fi will be strong enough to stream 4K, play video games, etc. It can also connect to any existing modem, including one offered by your ISP. You’ll only replace your current router. Use the Linksys app for easy setup and configuration.