A new type of Wi-Fi router has emerged: the mesh network.
Here we round up the best mesh Wi-Fi systems that all promise whole-home wireless coverage.
Although mesh networks aren’t a new invention, this is the first year that they’ve become popular for home use. We’ve reviewed many of the new systems available in the UK including Google Wi-Fi and BT Whole Home.
What is mesh Wi-Fi?
Put simply, a mesh network is two or more routers which work together to provide much wider Wi-Fi coverage than a single router can.
Some kits have just two units and can’t be expanded, while others can be bought in one, two or three-packs and allow you to add extra coverage when you can afford it, or you need it.
Are powerline adaptors a cheaper alternative?
Yes. If you just need to get a Wi-Fi signal in one room that your current router can’t reach, you might be able to save money by buying a Wi-Fi-enabled powerline kit.
To learn more make, sure you click here and check out Jim Martin’s (Editor of Tech Advisor) reviews.