Meraki adds wall-plug mesh Wi-Fi device

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Tim Higgins

The Meraki Wall Plug is an 802.11g gateway, access point and repeater in a wall-plug form factor. It operates on 110-240V 50/60Hz AC power sources and is available with US or EU plugs.

The Wall Plug is included in Meraki’s new Residential WiFi Pack, which was also announced today. The new Pack is designed for easy deployment of WiFi mesh networks in apartment complexes, condominiums and hotels.

The Residential WiFi Pack includes Meraki’s Pro Edition, which is used for network setup and management.

The Wall Plug is available now for $179 each. The Residential WiFi Pack is designed to "blanket the average 100-unit residential complex" and is available until the end of this year for $5000. It includes a 60 day money-back guarantee.

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