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Say goodbye to your network woes with the Linksys Velop mesh router, now up to $220 off

Mesh routers are a boon for our modern tech-filled households. No longer do we have to worry about devices not getting a decent connection in the far reaches of our houses, nor do we have to keep babysitting the network, making sure things work as expected, or using unreliable extenders. Mesh systems are smarter, more powerful, and often more stable than a simple router. If you'd like to see what the fuss about them is and save a pretty penny in the process, you can now get between $100 and $220 off on Linksys' Velop mesh.

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Linksys Velop 2-pack tri-band mesh Wi-Fi is $100 off on Amazon

The benefits of a mesh Wi-Fi system are numerous: better coverage, no single point of failure, modular expandability, and maintenance of a single SSID and connection throughout the home. With numerous players in this competitive field, prices have become a lot more affordable on these once very expensive mesh systems. Linksys, a well-known name among networking companies, has the Velop line, and there is a significant markdown today on one of its offerings. A two-pack of tri-band routers currently only costs $200 on Amazon, which is a saving of $100 on the usual $300 retail price.

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Google Wifi alternative Linksys Velop dual-band mesh router three-pack drops to all-time low of $229

Google Wifi is one of the best-known mesh WiFi solutions, especially among non-techie types, but that doesn't mean there aren't other great products that offer a similar experience. In fact, due to a number of software issues suffered by Google's system, going for an alternative might a better option. One of these is Linksys' Velop line. A three-pack of dual-band routers currently only costs $229 on B&H, which saves you $70 on the usual $299 retail price.

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Linksys Velop 2-pack mesh Wi-Fi is $100 (50% off) on B&H

Making sure that your entire house is blanketed in the ever-so-important waves of Wi-Fi is a huge pain sometimes. Though routers nowadays are much, much better than ever before, their range of coverage is not always sufficient. That's why mesh networks have risen in popularity. And B&H has a deal for you to get started on keeping everyone and everything in your home connected — right now, you can pick up a two-pack of Linksys's Velop AC2600 mesh routers in white for just $99.99, half off the $199.99 asking price.

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Linksys Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Wi-Fi System 4-pack is $350 ($150 off) at Costco

If you've been curious about switching your home network setup over to a mesh router system, this deal might be worth a look. The Linksys Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Wi-Fi System is on sale at Costco now for $150 off the retail price of $499.99. That makes it just $349.99 for a setup with four nodes, thanks to instant manufacturer's savings.

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Linksys dual-band Velop review: A great alternative to Google Wifi

My family lives in a somewhat large house, and Xfinity's 'Wireless Gateway' router has never done a great job at coverage. Several rooms had poor reception or dead spots, particularly in the upstairs area. I bought a basic Netgear range extender as a band-aid solution, but for whatever reason, some of my devices (including my Google Pixel) still refuse to connect to it.

Last year at CES, Linksys announced its first mesh Wi-Fi system, called 'Velop.' The tri-band 2x2 802.11ac connectivity was a major selling point, but it was rather expensive — a 3-pack would set you back $500. The company launched a new dual-band Velop lineup last month, created to directly compete with the Google Wifi and other consumer mesh network systems.

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Linksys launches dual-band Velop mesh Wi-Fi system, starts at $129

Last year at CES, Linksys announced its first mesh Wi-Fi system, called 'Velop.' The main selling point was tri-band 2x2 802.11ac connectivity, resulting in no latency loss between the main router and the other nodes. However, the system was rather expensive; a 3-pack would cost you $500. Linksys has now released a cheaper dual-band version, designed to directly compete with the Google Wifi and other consumer mesh systems.

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