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GOOGLE WiFi Whole Home System Triple Pack Bundle £299.00 (normally £358) @ Argos, Currys & John Lewis

£299.00 @ Argos
GOOGLE WiFi Whole Home System Triple Pack Bundle £299 (normally £358) @ Argos, Currys & John Lewis John Lewis: https://www.johnlewis.com/google-wi-fi-4gb-emmc-flash-storage-512mb-ram-twin… Read More
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#1
Total rip off, could buy your own wifi extenders that are probably better for half the price.
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This is totally different to wifi extenders, it's a proper mesh network! This is a lot more stable and quick, but they are costly and the vast majority of people would not have a home big enough that would need three of these things, a two pack would be enough, or buy the cheaper BT Whole House Wifi system.
#3
Or just buy a few meters of Ethernet cable and design your network properly using multiple access points.

Mesh networks need to go away, yeah they're easy, but that's about all they have going for them over a proper setup.
#4
bma1445
Or just buy a few meters of Ethernet cable and design your network properly using multiple access points.
Mesh networks need to go away, yeah they're easy, but that's about all they have going for them over a proper setup.
In an open plan office I'd agree. However for home use Mesh products certainly have a use. It's not so easy to prevent channel overlaps or create your own interference in a house. Not only that not everyone can run CAT cable through the house.
Coming from someone with 2 Cat5e connections to every room and an extra Access point to supplement my router.
#5
Get some home plugs (around £20) and an old router (free) and create an access point.
1 Like #6
hot from me. looks good for the price and cheapest for the product.
#7
Why are 3 units considered a whole house system? I don't live in a triangle!
#8
Wish I could afford around 6 of these, until a time when they're a lot more cost effective, the only sensible option is still multiple access points
I'm going to give it 6 months, by then I bet they become more mainstream
#9
Has the triple pack just been released? The US have the triple pack but when this was released in the UK, we only got the single and two pack.
#10
sparkymark75
Has the triple pack just been released? The US have the triple pack but when this was released in the UK, we only got the single and two pack.
No, a triple pack hasn't been released as a proper product. This is a deal for a double pack plus a single


Edited By: dsample on May 21, 2017 15:26

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