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Posted 29 November 2022

Meshforce M7 Tri-Band Mesh WiFi System (1 Pack) Gigabit Mesh WiFi Router - £23.34 @ Amazon

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Tri band mesh unit for under £25 seems good value. I've ordered and so far the units (I ordered 4) are providing a steady signal with over 200mbps from my Virgin 250 package.

The 3 pack is on Amazon for £189 so seems better to buy these individually.

Full specs.

Connectivity Technology: Wireless

Frequency Band Class: Tri-Band

Wireless Communication Standard: 5.8 GHz Radio Frequency, 802.11a/b/g/n, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency

Security Protocol: WPA2-PSK

LAN Port Bandwidth: 1000Mbps

Maximum Upstream Data Transfer Rate: 1000 Megabits Per Second

Operating System: IOS, Android

Control Method: App

Whole-Home Coverage: Up to 6000 square feet

Required for setup: IOS 9.0 or later, Android 4.4 or later device and Internet service

Basic Features: SSID Broadcast, Beamforming, MU-MIMO

Advanced Features: Parental control, Guest network, Fast roaming, Smart QoS, WPS, Dedicated backhaul, etc.

Processor and Memory: Dual-core, 256MB DDR3
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    I recently bought the Eero 6+ 3 pack but haven't had time to set it up yet. I think it ideally needs to replace my Talk Talk router. Would these be a better, simpler option if I want to keep that router?
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    The eero can plug directly into the BT socket, however would work just as well plugged into your router, and turn the routers Wi-Fi off.
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    These do seem awfully cheap and as far as I can see no reviews yet.
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    Check the 3 pack version, plenty on there.
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    Do these all connect to existing ISP router then as they all seem the same and no option for router and repeater
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    So if you buy more than one, you set one up as the primary node and the others connect up to that. I have chucked my current virgin router into modem only mode
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    Any personal experience with anyone on how they are working?
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    I've had them set up for a couple of days and so far it seems to be working well. Took a little bit of trial and error to ensure the whole house was covered. The app is based on the Tebda one and whilst there are settings to be played with, it's not overwhelming. The great thing is that it is sold and fulfilled by Amazon should you not get on with them (edited)
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    These look interesting, was going to buy the mercusys h50g but they went up on black friday
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    Although they're back to a similar price now for a 3 pack, not sure which to go for.
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    Can this be used as a wifi booster? I'm not the best with these things so thanks in advance as I'm currently looking to get one...
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    You can switch it to bridge mode. One of the units still needs to be plugged in via Ethernet to your main router. Then you just name the network the same as your current one and match the password. That's what I've done and it saved me from repairing all my devices. (edited)
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    Gone up to £29 now
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    £69 each now
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    Thanks OP, got 2 to replace my Netgear Orbi RBK352 that have been having a horrible performance since the day I got it.
    Already received the Meshforce units and they have been working great (edited)
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    Why does the app look like Tenda's?
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