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Save $70 on the Meshforce M7 tri-band mesh Wi-Fi system

Build yourself a high-reliability, pro-grade Wi-Fi network for less.

I've said it before and I'll say it again: The router that you were supplied by your internet provider is junk. Sure, it's fine when coping with a few devices, but throw in work from home and an extended start home system, and you can quickly see the cracks form.

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The problem is that good quality networking gear is not cheap, but right now Meshforce has a good deal on its M7 Tri-Band whole home mesh Wi-Fi system. 

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Networks can be complicated to set up, but not the Meshforce. One feature that I like a lot is that it is easy to set up -- you can have it out of the box, updated, and up and running in minutes. 

The 3-pack is perfect for larger homes, capable of covering 6,000 square feet -- and if that's not enough for you, you can extend coverage even more by adding a further three mesh points to your setup. Mesh means that you can move from one point to another seamlessly and automatically, without having to reconnect to a different access point. 

The Meshforce M7 is packed with pro features that you'd expect -- parental controls, guest network, fast roaming, smart QoS, WPS, dedicated backhaul, and more -- and updates are pushed to the devices and installed automatically based on a maintenance schedule you can set, so you're always up to date.

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