Wi-Fi routers are the not-so-noticeable device inside the home until you experience an internet connection problem and call your internet service provider. Have you dreamed of living in a home where you can connect whether you’re inside of your room on the second floor or having a siesta at your backyard? A new high-technology solution has arrived to make your dream come true and make slag moments a part of history.
Some of the reasons for a slow Wi-Fi connection are obstructing doors, walls, and floors; the distance from the main router; blocking appliances; and, low-quality router equipment. Linksys, owned by Belkin International, has introduced a new technological innovation by creating Linksys MR8300 Mesh WiFi Router. The device goes with satellite nodes called Linksys Velop which are more powerful than range extenders.
What to expect from this new development?
Easy to Install: The router and nodes come with a mobile application to easily set up the system. From the app, you can quickly manage your Wi-Fi, get a parental control, choose a device, and control guest access.
Extended Signal: If you have a bigger home, like a three-story building, instead of using traditional range extenders, Linksys Velop can be your modular extender to seamlessly connect you to the internet with the same Wi-Fi name and password.
The two are just a part of the big features you can enjoy with this whole home or mesh router. The technical specifications include, but are not limited to:
- Four external fixed antennas with high-power amplifiers
- Tri-Band AC2200 876 Gbps (2-5 GHz) + 400 Mbps (2.4 GHz) with MU-MIMO
- 716 MHz Quad Core Processor
- 256 MB Flash and 512 MB SD RAM
- 5 Gigabit Ethernal Ports
You can connect up to 15+ devices to the router without experiencing buffering while watching your favorite movie or playing an online game.
How much and where to buy?
The recommended retail price of the Linksys MR8300 Mesh WiFi Router is Php 10,995.00. You can buy it from Thinking Tools, Abenson, Octagon, and PC Express. The equipment is widely used in North America, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, Africa, and other Asian countries, like Singapore, Japan, and the Philippines.