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#1
29.0

Extender type three-radio Wi-Fi System with dual-band two-stream AC client and four-stream dedicated 5 GHz backhaul radios Four port Gigabit Ethernet switches on both base and satellite units.

$ 277

#2
41.8

2x2 "mesh" tri-radio router with two 5 GHz and ZigBee radios.

$ 469

#3
46.8

Tri-band Wi-Fi system with dual-stream dual-band client connect and four-stream 5 GHz backhaul radio. Similar design to original NETGEAR Orbi.

$ 295

#4
52.5

AC2200 class 2x2 router and extender system connected by dedicated 2x2 AC1300 class wireless backhaul. Four port Gigabit Ethernet switches on both base and satellite units.

$ 228

#5
53.8

Two-node, three-radio AC2200 class Wi-Fi system with TrendMicro anti-virus and parental controls

$ 284

#6
61.0

Second generation Wi-Fi "system" using multiple units connected via Wi-Fi mesh. Has two 5 GHz radios.

$ 499

#7
62.5

Qualcomm-based four-stream router with two-stream extender system. Supports MU-MIMO

$ 175

#8
72.5

AC2200 class 2x2 router and extender system connected by dedicated 2x2 AC1300 class wireless backhaul. Four port Gigabit Ethernet switches on base. Wall-plugged extender has no Ethernet.

$ 165

#9
77.3

Three-node AC1300 class Wi-Fi system with TrendMicro anti-virus and parental controls

$ 175

#10
80.5

Very inexpensive Realtek-based three node AC1300 class mesh Wi-Fi System

$ 134

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