Wireless dead spots are beyond frustrating, preventing access to Wi-Fi in far-reaching rooms of your home. Usually stalled by electrical interference or simply the foundations of a house, a single router's wireless strength has to fall off eventually. Netgear offers a solution with its range of Orbi mesh Wi-Fi systems, consisting of a router and companion satellites placed around the house.
The tri-band RBK762S double pack usually retails for $499.99 but has dropped to $399.99 on Amazon for the Prime Day Early Access sale. If you need extra nodes for a larger home or to get around other networking issues, additional satellites offer the same Wi-Fi 6 tech and are down to $199.99 on Amazon each for the same 20% discount.
Save up to $100 on the Netgear Orbi mesh system
Netgear's stylish mesh Wi-Fi router and add-on nodes feature a sleek design and hide some powerful wireless networking tech. Support for the modern Wi-Fi 6 standard and a tri-band setup of two 5GHz bands rated for 2,400Mb/s alongside a single 2.4GHz at 600Mb/s provides plenty of bandwidth for high-speed wireless devices.
The base Orbi router has three LAN ports and a single WAN, with each add-on satellite featuring two LAN ports of their own, all rated for Gigabit speeds. Connecting even wired devices in far-reaching rooms is a breeze, so desktop computers lacking Wi-Fi cards can quickly join your home network, with all in-between wireless traffic handled by the Orbi mesh.
Setup is straightforward with Netgear's companion app for mobile devices, or you can connect add-on satellites at the touch of a sync button on each. Netgear Orbi systems sit alongside some of the best mesh Wi-Fi systems for easy access to high-quality video streaming, fast-paced gaming, or general Internet access in practically any room of your house.
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