The D-Link Covr tri-band mesh networking system 2-pack is on sale today for $159.99 at Amazon. This is a uniquely low price for the system. We shared a deal on it a couple months ago when it dropped to $215, and that seemed like a good price at the time. Since then it has been fluctuating from as low as $180 to as high as $260, but today's drop is an all-new low price.

If you're in the market for low cost mesh networking, you can also get the Linksys Velop 3-pack that has been on sale for $129.99 since Christmas Eve. That's a huge chunk off its regular price, but even as a 3-pack this one is not as powerful as the D-Link 2-pack. It's definitely a good budget option, but if you can spare the extra $30 I'd go for the D-link upgrade.

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D-Link Covr tri-band mesh networking system 2-pack

The 2-pack covers up to 6,000 square feet. Includes tri-band Wi-Fi and helps eliminate dead zones and buffering. Has MU MIMO so it can handle many devices on the same network. Use app to setup for easy plug-and-play.

$159.99 $220.00 $60 off

The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals

This is a new version of the D-Link Covr that has only been around since earlier this year. It's an upgrade over previous generations like these at B&H that were also pretty decent for the time.

The two pieces of the D-Link Covr work together to eliminate dead zones and blanket up to 6,000 square feet in Wi-Fi. Since they work together, you get seamless Wi-Fi from one point to the next. That's the joy of mesh networking. Plus, it will be fast enough to deliver 4K Streaming, VR, gaming, and more. Features include MU MIMO, which helps when you have 12 devices all connected to the same network, six antennae, and a high power amplifier.

The whole system is easy to set up. Just plug and play. Use D-Link's app for simple instructions. The system is modular, too, so you can add more for more coverage if you live in a mansion. You can also connect your new system to Alexa and use voice commands for things like Guest Wi-Fi passwords.

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