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A mesh Wi-Fi system is one of the IT products users, whether corporate or personal, really can’t live without these days. This is because the efficiency and stability that mesh Wi-Fi systems provide make them some of the most useful tech products available nowadays.

What’s a mesh Wi-Fi system?

Mesh Wi-Fi systems are those that intelligently ensure that users get optimum Wi-Fi signal and service for all their connected devices, wherever in their offices or homes they happen to be. 

Standalone routers, no matter how good they are, can only cover limited or finite areas. Their coverage plummets with distance, and especially when the signal they emit runs into obstacles such as walls, floors or so on. This can result in weak zones and even dead spots for signal and data. 

A mesh system, by stark contrast, incorporates multiple routers throughout users’ offices or homes that work as a single network. They triangulate Wi-Fi signal in order to ensure that optimum service is on tap all throughout, even for users located behind obstacles.

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Why are mesh Wi-Fi systems important?

Users of mesh Wi-Fi systems will not only enjoy optimum signal everywhere, they can also move devices around and not have to worry about losing signal–and they won’t even have to switch networks manually to find the best signal. Their smart devices will all automatically latch on to the best signal available within the network itself. This is what sets mesh Wi-Fi systems apart from range extenders, which create separate Wi-Fi networks that need to be connected to manually.

But that’s not all. Mesh Wi-Fi systems also confer other advantages. For one, most systems of this sort also work with apps that give users the power to control or adjust anything across the network, from limiting network access to some users to employing speed tests and so on. 

Secondly, users can also be free to either purchase mesh router systems that already come with several routers, or they can cobble different models together to form their own mesh network if they so desire. (It goes without saying that the former is far more convenient.)

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Some mesh Wi-Fi systems and how they compare

Mesh Wi-Fi systems may sound expensive–in fairness, many can be a little pricey–but there are some multi-router systems that are much more budget-friendly. Here we feature five such systems, each of which can be bought for under PhP 5,000.

Make and Model Included in package Area covered Wi-Fi speed Price
Mercusys Halo S3 (2-pack) 2 Halo S3 units, RJ45 Ethernet cable, 2 power adapters, installation guide Up to 2,200 sq ft Up to 300Mbps on 2.4GHz PhP 1,575.00
Mercusys Halo S12 (3-pack) AC1200 3 Halo S3 units, RJ45 Ethernet cable, 3 power adapters, installation guide Up to 3,500 sq ft Up to 300 Mbps on 2.4 GHz

Up to 867 Mbps on 5 GHz

PhP 2,999.00
Tenda NOVA MW6 (2-pack) 2 NOVA MW6 units, RJ45 Ethernet cable, 2 power adapters, installation guide Up to 350 sq m Up to 300 Mbps on 2.4 GHz

Up to 867 Mbps on 5 GHz

PhP 3,299.00
Tenda NOVA MW3 (3-pack) 3 NOVA MW3 units, RJ45 Ethernet cable, 3 power adapters, installation guide Up to 300 sq m Up to 300 Mbps on 2.4 GHz

Up to 867 Mbps on 5 GHz

PhP 4,295.00
TP-Link Deco E4 3 Deco E4 units, RJ45 Ethernet cable, 3 power adapters, installation guide Up to 4,500 sq ft Up to 300 Mbps on 2.4 GHz

Up to 867 Mbps on 5 GHz

PhP 4,790.00

 

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