Convert your existing router to a mesh router for under $112 bucks

Convert your existing router to a mesh router for under $112 bucks

Need to expand your network and dont want to spend $300 bucks.
Check out this MeshPoint from Amplifi. It will convert your existing router to a mesh router and expand your network without losing any speed.

AmpliFi Mesh Point HD

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Home WiFi Mesh Technology for Complete Home Coverage
Can Be Used with AmpliFi Home WiFi System or Any Third Party Router
Plug and Play High Density Mesh Point to Eliminate Dead Spots
DualBand 802.11ac WiFi and 3 X 3 MIMO
Easy Setup and Powerful Wi-Fi Management using the AmpliFi App
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cachememory says:

How does it work? Does it use a separate WiFi? How does it compare to real mesh networks?

Vision Lizard says:

Mesh networking is a marketing scam.

Oodle Richhy says:

You can also use the same SSID for an extender.

Vision Lizard says:

Lame, it’s just an extender!

Lance Rose says:

I’ll use this for my office

Paul Bolton says:

Can this mesh point take a load and still deliver performance. I have noticed extenders seem to buckle when more then one device is utilizing it concurrently?

Murat Kilci says:

Will this combined with an Apple Airport work as good as say Netgear Orbi or LinkSys Elop?

Cristofer Leone says:

That’s work for my Xbox one?? Can use it for playing online for Xbox one??

mady bali says:

this is smart way make your existing router to be mesh router
it is much cheaper

Ted de Boer says:

It’s not from Amplifi, it’s Amplifi, from Ubiquiti Networks.

Giuliano Di Pilla says:

Does it works with an Apple time capsule?

sowen74 says:

I have a flashrouter that is connected to my router which is provided by my isp. Should I connect to the Amplifi to the Flashrouter which I use as my VPN or the SSID from the ISP router?? I hope that makes sense. Thanks!

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