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Starting November 14th - NETGEAR - Orbi AC1200 Dual-Band Mesh Wi-Fi System (3 Pack) - White $99

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This is a decent entry level mesh setup. This is definitely for people that want to set it up and forget about it and not for people that like to be in control of their network or tweak the settings.
It creates a single network for the house (2.4 and 5GHz bands are combined, no separate networks)
The security features, especially parental controls are limited unless you want to pay extra.
The satellite hubs do not have ethernet ports on them.
It comes with trial antivirus and anti malware software but after the trial you have to pay for it.

At $99, this is a good deal for households that are new to mesh and have dead spots
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No ethernet ports on the hubs - hard pass...
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How does this compare to the Google WiFi (not Nest) and the older Eero, I believe both of those are also AC1200, within the $200 price range for a pack of 3.
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This or TP Link M9 from Costco? Of course this is cheaper, how does this work on a 3 level townhome?
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No ethernet ports on the hubs - hard pass...
Exactly. The real advantage of these mesh systems is that you can hardwire devices into each remote unit. The system would be nice if you happen to need wide coverage but are not very demanding with your internet needs. An example would be if you just use your tablet in your bedroom and it is a long ways from your modem. I've been very pleased with the Orbi products but if you have a 4500 square foot building that needs coverage, I would upgrade to they're higher end products.
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This or TP Link M9 from Costco? Of course this is cheaper, how does this work on a 3 level townhome?
Not sure on the size of your townhome but this three pack mesh WiFi system includes one WiFi router and two satellites to provide reliable coverage up to 4,500 sq. ft.
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No ethernet ports on the hubs - hard pass...
An absolute deal breaker for me. I need it to hook up a VOIP Phone for work.
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This is drop city too. The setup is a pain and switching modems you have to re setup everything from scratch
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This is a decent entry level mesh setup. This is definitely for people that want to set it up and forget about it and not for people that like to be in control of their network or tweak the settings.
It creates a single network for the house (2.4 and 5GHz bands are combined, no separate networks)
The security features, especially parental controls are limited unless you want to pay extra.
The satellite hubs do not have ethernet ports on them.
It comes with trial antivirus and anti malware software but after the trial you have to pay for it.

At $99, this is a good deal for households that are new to mesh and have dead spots
This vs Nokia WiFi Beacon 1: high Performance Whole Home WiFi mesh System. which one is better?
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If I bought 2 sets, could I use them all in 1 system for a 6 point mesh?
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Hubs are almost worthless without ethernet ports. Save yourself 100.
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This or TP Link M9 from Costco? Of course this is cheaper, how does this work on a 3 level townhome?
M9 works up to 1gb internet and is tri-band. According to the Orbi product page it says ideal for 50mb internet. That seems pretty low.
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No ethernet ports on the hubs - hard pass...
You need a nighthawks which goes on sale at Costco.

Will cost you double. So this is a good deal for what it is. I recommend night hawks over this for the extra money personally as it is a better over all system if you are trying to push higher speeds than anything above 100mb.
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How does this compare to the Google WiFi (not Nest) and the older Eero, I believe both of those are also AC1200, within the $200 price range for a pack of 3.
I just purchased an Orbi AC3000 and while the signal is good, i'm disappointed in the lack of control or ability to tweak settings. The Google Wifi and Eero are both superior in that area.
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