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Xiaomi MI WiFi Wireless Router 3G Ali Express £27.11 Store: Mi Digital Store AliExpress
29/06/2018Expires on 29/06/2018Shipping from CNShipping from ChinaFound 7 h, 1 m agoFound 7 h, 1 m ago
Xiaomi MI WiFi Wireless Router 3G Powerful router with possibility installing customise firmware OpenWRT (Lede) Or Padavan

roll_me_some: Would this be better than the virgin superhub? Padavan firmware is based on Asus firmware have ton of options. Hardware if this router is very good for price. Both hardware and software mare magic combination 😁 Personally I used openwrt (lede). Linux based and can be a bit tricky to set up. But once setup correctly works as a charm. Especially function sqm qos.


Would this be better than the virgin superhub?


1) yes. Disable the WiFi on the Virgin unit and connect an ethernet cable to the Xiaomi router. 2) from memory I think you can set up a normal profile and a guest profile.


looks like a good deal. question for the techies on the cfw options: 1) can this be used with a virgin router in modem mode? 2) is it possible to setup to provide mutiple wireless profiles, e.g. guest profile, vpn profile, open profile?

Linksys WRT32X-UK AC3200 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Gaming Router - Amazon - £107.47
Found 23rd JunFound 23rd Jun
This was slightly cheaper at eBuyer a few weeks back but for anyone with Amazon vouchers to use or who simply prefer using Amazon this is a cracking deal. Product Description … Read more

This perceived USP is nothing more than a mouse click for non-killer hardware. You then get the same results. In fact, the true USP is the hardware specs and belies its true price a similar bit of kit should sell for. You probably didn’t do your home work and read the spec sheets to know that whatever marketing blurb that is copied and pasted here (and wrongly relied on) will show that this true £250 router is very likely significantly better than the £60 you have from several years ago.


Exactly why people like yourself are bad for HUKD - Is this cheaper elsewhere? NO Next time you post a deal, read what HUKD asks you to do, they specifically ask you not to post marketing text or specs. I can't believe I am sitting here answering to you because you have a bee in your bonnet about something.


While I agree to a certain extent, the fact remains that if someone like myself doesn't have the compatible hardware to allow it to work at it's peak performance, this device is no better than my current Asus router which I'm looking to replace, and I purchased for £60 3 years ago. The price of this is most double, but the specs don't justify an upgrade unless you're looking for a new router for the first time, or the specs of your current one are obsolete. There's much more competively priced routers out there which offer similar specs, without the 'Killer' feature.


I struggle to understand where you both came to the conclusion that I'm not 'taking it easy' or 'uptight'. You posted a deal with minimal details. You simply copied and pasted the least amount of info, and most of it was not even relevant to the actual product. What you've copied and pasted could apply to 99% of routers available. Why didn't you include the top part of the page which states... The first router purpose-built to prioritize gamingThe Killer Prioritization Engine identifies, prioritizes and accelerates gaming network traffic above all else, to reduce peak ping by up to 77%Synchronizes with Killer-enabled PCs--from brands such as AlienwareTM, GigabyteTM, MSITM and RazerTMPromotes simultaneous high-speed data processingThe WRT32X gives you dominating Next-Gen AC Wi-Fi speeds up to 3.2 Gbps that keep you at the top of your gameEach connected client device receives its own dedicated data stream, so multiple users won't have to compete with one another for bandwidthThe WRT32X gaming router also features a pro-grade Gigabit Ethernet switch with four ports, making it ideal for connecting multiple gaming rigs or consoles at your next LAN partyDynamic frequency selection (DFS) certification from the FCC not only allows operation at 160MHz enabling Tri-Stream160, but it also triples the channels available at 80MHz so the WRT32X can operate in the clearest airspace that other routers aren't allowed There's no mention that the ports are gigabit rated (highly important in this day and age, given that many people including myself are on high speed Internet). No mention of the fact that the device is technically disabled unless you have additional hardware installed or you're willing to spend extra to have it. You failed to mention the speeds this device is capable of, nor the fact that it's not sold by Amazon, or fulfilled by Amazon. It's sold by eBuyer on Amazon's website. Which means after 30 days, if you develop a fault or wish to return it - unless Amazon are feeling generous, they will tell you to deal with eBuyer. Very, very lazy post. Voted cold for the reasons stated above.


The 'Killer' feature is but a very minor piece of what makes this router a good purchase.

NETGEAR R7800 Nighthawk X4S Dual-Band AC2300 (2.3 Gbps) Smart Wi-Fi Router £129.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Been Looking for this or the R7000 for a few months, this is the lowest price its been according to the 3Camels. I had the Linksys Killer one posted here last week on order since t… Read more

Got this the other week from Amazon Warehouse (Like New) for roughly the same price. It replaced a 4 year old TP-Link Archer C5 which was struggling with the increased amounts of gadgets hammering it at any given time. Great piece of kit with all the features you'd want in a modern router.


I bought the BT mesh network and also this. Can wholeheartedly say that the mesh network option is no good unless you buy a number of the expensive units. This gave me the coverage I needed for a lesser price tag. Try this first IMO


Get a mesh system like Google WiFi. No guarantees any singular router will be any better than what u got unless u know how to delve deeper. Mesh will do all the grunt work for you and setup is super easy (especially on Google WiFi).


Question to you all that know your stuff. We have just recently upgraded to max virgin fibre optic. The coverage is pants! In a standard 3 bed house cant get a decent signal in the bathroom. Would it be best to get a new modem or a extender and if so which one? This one? Thanks in advance


That may be the case, it's somewhat subjective, but it's the best price available for this at the moment which is what is meant to quantify a hot deal here

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Billion AC1600 Dual Band Wireless VDSL/ADSL2+ Gigabit Modem Router £99.99 @ Amazon
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Best price I have seen for a while for a good modem / router combo. Features Easy to set up ADSL2+, VDSL2 (FTTC)Fibre/Cable modem router with optional 3G/4G LTE connection p… Read more

How would I replace my homehub with this? Does it take a lot of configuration? Hate the HH as it's useless for for mesh systems.


Ok but my point is that this deal is not a good deal in the first place. There are always reason why expensive hardware exists. It just up to the consumer understand the need of specific hardware. For me having a good routers means I can perform back up and stream content from my Nas set up. Just don't go shooting down something you don't understand :p. Also the point about 4G rollover is quite meh. Since the days of unlimited data plan are long gone for 4g and doesn't really justify the price of this piece of hardware (router)


It depends what you mean by new, originally it was internal modem inside pc or laptop, then external with single rj45 connection, then external with four rj45 connections, then same with wireless 2.4G, then the same with both bands, now (apparently) backwards to modemless router with both bands! ISPs give router,modem and wi-fi. ISP modem/routers sometimes contain unnecessary features which can't be disabled by users and can be remotely controlled by the ISP.. This modem has features which are not IFAICT in any ISPs modem, it is configurable for ADSL, and it has fall over to 4G. Anyone who has had any router/modem for any length of time will know that occasionally the line drops or the router/modem just stalls or your connection speed is not as good as you think it should be. Some of this may be down to contention ratio, but too much emphasis is placed IMO on fancy wireless routers by hotdeal posters, letting their old ISP provided modem to do a mediocre job


I see what you mean, its a matter of preference really. But router and modem combos are relatively a new revelation, it was only in the recent few years you saw theses combos been sold from isps. However I didn't say that isps routers are any good or rich in features, that would be the reason why i commented on this post. But my point is for this price, you can certainty do a lot better for the same price or even cheaper. I'm not too sure what you mean here, but if you are talking about conserving the amount of ports on a dedicated router(?), they usually have a dedicated WAN port that only connects to your modem with the additional 4 extra ethernet ports.


i disagree. It makes more sense to integrate a modem in a router. That is the way it used to be always done and it made sense then the router is shared directly by all the ports on the router, not just through one. Admittedly at gigabit speed in the case of one connection. If you use your isp's old router as a modem, then you will probably have to change it if you move to fibre. Additionally this has fallback to 4G. I've never seen this in an ISPs router. This router's modem offers features not normally seen on ISPs routers, including IPV6 support. and signal strength adjustment as is a better replacement for BT routers for home users :) As regards wi-fi. There's a lot of smoke and mirrors about! If you want better wi-fi speed around a house, it makes more sense to simply use wi-fi exenders to take a stronger signal to the weaker signal areas by wi-fi or using routers as extenders ideally via cable or via powerline adapters. Having all the aerials in one place is never going to work as well as this. Particularly when that place is normally on the ground floor on one side of the house!

Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch, £13.98 (Prime) / £18.47 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
And Ebuyer. Wired connection speed up to 1000 Mbps Attribute of five Gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports Auto power-down disables unused ports Smart power for short cable runs… Read more

That is great for the community (cheeky)


Well, I was confused when I saw a 5 port switch going for almost as much as an 8 port switch and getting so hot. This is the first time I think I've ever seen a 5 port switch posted here, most posts have been for the more usual 8 port switch, but as none have been posted recently, I've just posted one.


You're confused :/


Why get a 5 port switch when you can get a 8 port switch for about £1 more?


Still useless

Linksys WRT32X-UK AC3200 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Gaming Router with Killer Prioritisation Engine £99.98 @ Amazon
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
BUILT EXCLUSIVELY FOR GAMING Engineered purely for gaming, the Linksys WRT32X Gaming Router with Killer Prioritization Engine provides a dominating home network
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Wow, nice work OP, this is ridiculously cheap (on at £107 now, but still crazy cheap).


Interesting will have too check


Most motherboards have it


The main selling point is the price :D


Didn't say it was poor m8 but to use the main selling point of the router I have to buy more stuff ie their network card

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Festool OF 1010 EBQ-Plus GB Wood 1/4" Router 240V - £299 @ Amazon
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
Significant saving on the usual price. I paid £349 last year. Yes you can get a router for £34.90, and no it isn't gigabit or even fast ethernet and I don't think this will work w… Read more
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Brilliant, they are coming tomorrow and I can't wait to try them out. It's the first time I've ever had good quality tools before and I'm super excited to see how the one-key works. Thanks so much for getting back to me. Hope you get back to using yours soon!


Sorry mate, only just seen this. I've no complaints at all so far. I switched to Milwaukee about 18 months ago so all are fairly new, and I'm having a bit of time off at the minute so they haven't been getting daily hammer for the last 8 months or so, but they've not let medown so far, touch wood.


What are your thoughts on milwaukee's current offerings that is, if you're familiar with them? Just ordered one-key driver and combi after reading up on them from lots of review sites for a while. but I'm seeing more and more people discounting them for multiple reasons.


Not at all. We had plenty of Festool gear. But not everything. They're not the best at everything and a lot of stuff is no better than the competition that costs less. I'm nobody's fan-boy, I buy each tool on it's own merits.


Not too sure on this model I have the of1400 ...... fantastic bit of kit ...... one handed router .... great price though

Linksys WRT32X-UK AC3200 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Gaming Router with Killer Prioritisation Engine £91.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
Found this router, cracking price ordered one myself.
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Same! Pretty solid so far, no issues. Has anyone tried using DD-WRT if available for the WRT32X?


Good to know it's official now and not snapshot. Running davids here.


LEDE/OpenWRT v18.06 now has the WT32x integrated officially. Release Candidate 1 could be installed directly from the firmware upgrade page as of today or you can stick with the Davidc502 images which were updated to r7210 from 16 June: - - Davidc502 v7093 - built 02 June 2018 (initial for WRT32X support) - Davidc502 v7210 - built 16 June 2018 - LEDE v18.06-rc1 - built 23 June 2018 (this is a test build but considered as the official support for the WRT32X). Full support due 30 June. pops


This has now expired, but can still be bought at £105 through eBuyers amazon store:


Agreed and with some more than decent specs, it ought to serve for a few years to come.

Asus AC3100 Gigabit Router £159.99 @ Tobydeals
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
With the exception of the frequent pop up windows this looks like a storming deal. Last deal on here was £217.99 and went HOT This is a high end router, so don't be telling me you… Read more

This was on my wishlist for a while, recommended by fellow Virgin Media BB users


Does this support


What makes you say that? I feel like my 66U is in need of an upgrade, is there something wrong with the AC3100?


Has anyone ordered from these guys, do they ship it from Hong Kong or UK? Is this older version to SUS RT-AC88U AC3100 Dual-band Router, AiProtection by Trend Micro, AI MESH ?


Stick with 66 or 68U


I heard ASUS modems were known to cause issues at the street cabinet and/or exchange which affected customer connected to it for fibre services?


Just bought this and looking at the reviews it's time to return it😪


Router via pc. It appears to be setup right using DDNS method but no matter what I do the connection on Nord regardless of location goes to 0-0.7kb download speed.


^ yeah; also I’ve still got my white BT modem that was given when fibre first came out, so that is an option too plus you can get them from eBay cheap. I’m currently looking at asus router ac68u but may wait for it to drop in price first


If you have the money, you're better off having a separate modem, like the DrayTek Vigor 130, and pairing it with whatever router (without modem) you want

Xiaomi Mi WiFi Repeater 2 Extender 300Mbps  £4.87 delivered @ Tomtop
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Good price, free delivery, no code needed Xiaomi Mi WiFi Repeater 2 is designed to extended Wi-Fi coverage and strength the signal of existing wireless network. With up to 300Mbps… Read more
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Mine turned up today, having ordered it on 13th May. It's excellent, just works straight away once plugged into a USB. All I had to do was add it in Mi Home (I already own a bunch of Mi stuff so used to Mi Home), entered my wi-fi password and that was it. It created a duplicate network with _plus at the end and signal in my bedroom is full 4 bars instead of wavering 1-2 bars. Don't know what people are on about with "Chinese version" etc as there's none, the Mi Home app is in English.


Thanks.sick of virgin ripping me off.Def going with Nowtv.


It's fine mate , not the highest speeds (17mb) but I honestly don't notice the difference that much compared to (up to 200mb) with virgin !! Seriously , been fine for streaming , you tube for kids , tinternet . Maybe online gamers streaming mega mega 4k ultra HD and all that crap might notice a slight difference ! ;) Yes cheap as chips and I got £60 cashback through topcashback the other month .


Or a Ryze Tello :D



RAVPower FileHub Plus - Wireless Travel Router / SD Card Reader / USB Portable Hard Drive Companion, DLNA/NAS Sharing Media Streamer 6000mAh External Battery Pack £27.99 from SVT / Amazon
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
Handy little device this, with media sharing, battery pack, SD card reader and more. Perfect for staying connected when on the go. Price has dropped again, just be sure to click … Read more

The Ethernet port is for plugging into a wall, at a hotel room for instance, so you only pay for one internet service but you can connect multiple devices. That, or it’s an emergency router. The transfer feature does actually work well. SD card and USB stick/Hard Drive connected, go into the app and select what you want to move on the SD card and where you want to move it to. It’s as simple as that.


If you like fiddling, you can do the same (albeit DIY'd) with a Pi ZeroW. I had a play recently for something similar (wireless hotspot to transfer photos from phone to a HDD) and to stream from HDD to the phone using custom web pages etc. Allbeit is a very DIY project and nowhere near as 'nice' looking (the Pi laggy-banded round a 2.5 HDD and power bank lol), it is pretty cool to play around with.


I just got mine and I'm already disappointed. I thought I would be able to hook it up to a device that doesn't have wifi via an ethernet cable and then give that device an internet connection via the FileHub wifi. Turns out the ethernet port can only connect to a router. I've no idea why I would ever use it that way because my router has wifi (obviously) and plugging this into it would consume a valuable port. The one use case I can benefit from with this is being able to backup photos while on holiday, assuming SD card to USB transfer works as I expect. For that it's probably worth having but I was hoping to get more out of it.


I’ve been trying to connect it to my fire stick (apparently you can do it). But I have no idea how so I’ve just given up. Luckily I’ll use it as expandable storage for my phone and tablet.


It’s basic and doesn’t include certain functions. You’re best connecting to it directly in the WiFi section of your phone etc. Then going to your browser and typing in the address bar. You can connect from there and have access to a few more features.

NETGEAR R6400-100UKS AC1750 (802.11ac) Dual Band Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router (External Antennas Boost Wi-Fi Speeds up to 450 Mbps + 1300 Mbps) £39.99 @ Amazon
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
High-powered antennas and Beamforming+ technology for faster, reliable connections Wireless access, share USB hard drives and printers with two built-in USB 2.0 ports ReadyCloud … Read more
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Hi, also noticed you can enable Wireless availability times under Advanced, Advanced Setup, Wireless Settings. So if you only have mobile devices...


Hi, If you check under the options Advanced / Block Services it looks like you can add rules to block a range of ports and then under Schedule set the times you need to block access.


not really as they have not taken any money off you, it would not be of any benefit to tgem.


my delivery has gone from yesterday to the 23rd :( anyone think its worth haggling for the same discount on a different model?


Thanks for the info, I was looking for the same feature so please let me know if custom firmware resolves this

Standard broadband with free super router with talk talk and get a £60 voucher from giftcloud @ uswitch / giftcloud / talk talk
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Take out standard broadband with talk talk through uswitch, and get a £60 voucher off giftcloud. All very confusing Up to 17mbps Our brilliant Super Router Make more of your bro… Read more

Gone with Vodafone after 5 years being loyal customer to TT terrible service recently where internet disconnects constantly slow service even off peak time only chosen Vodafone cuz you can get your money back while Internet is slow or they haven’t fix the problem let’s see and watch the sp


Regarding ISPs it is still sadly local. BT when tbe opened their loop years ago tried to restrict upgrades and companies own kit going in. Now depending on how tour isp got in to your exchange, the area and inferstructute in the first place plus subsequent really decides your service.


I am having a terrible time at the moment with talktalk, I have had 5 engineers out over the last 5 weeks and nothing has been fixed yet, I am on talktalks fastest fibre 76mb download speeds, but I am only getting 0.01mb download speed at the moment = wtf, can I leave talktalk with out being charged I have 6 months left of my 18 month contract.


Is this the same "Super Router" that has had a serious flaw allowing people to bypass the WPS system since 2014?? I think I'll pass.


talktalk is excellent & best value for money isp in the uk

Huawei A1 Whole Home Wi-Fi Router £149.99 Sold by Data Direct and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
Hi got this a few days ago and its been amazing, my WiFi is so fast now compared to my virgin router and WiFi extenders. It is also easy to set up and no dead spots in my old Victo… Read more



Thanks for the replies. But will both works? I don't have a laptop that has a LAN port with it :(


Hi yes you will need to connect with a laptop via a LAN cable


Type into a web browser


Hi Popstar, Can I ask, on your virgin router when you switch to modem mode only, how do you access to the virgin modem? Can you only able to access via a wired LAN? Sorry, noob here :) Thanks..

Xiaomi WiFi Amplifier Wireless Wi-Fi Repeater Network Router Extender Antenna WiFi Roteador Signal Extender 300Mbps Amplifier £5.17 @tomtop
Found 5th MayFound 5th May
This is the 300 Mbps version 2 wifi extender Features: Portable and light weight design, you can carry with it and pair with the routers easily. No need to switch the hotspot, … Read more

I would like to know this too. (y)


How far is the range now outside your houses?


This might help, Set mine up last last and it's works great


Think I've sorted the connection/time out issues with this device.. Go into your router settings... Change the wifi security permissions mode to wpa2 or wpa2PSK then it should connect... Mine works fine now....


Will this work as a bridge for when you want to connect 2 devices but are given a WiFi code to connect 1 in hotels etc?

Linksys WRT1900ACS Dual Band AC1900 Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router (1.6GHz Processor, 128 MB Flash, 512 DDR3 RAM, USB 3.0, eSATA, 4 x Ethernet, Open Source Ready) £99.99 @ Amazon
Found 1st MayFound 1st May
Very good router. Lowest price it has ever been new is £99 so a very decent price if you’re looking for a router with plenty of oomph without breaking the bank.

Excellent heat added!! if you guys dont want to wait for few days with amazin at 99.99, get it from ebuyer for same price.


This over MESH?


It doesn't. You need the 3200 version for that. I don't care at the moment.


so this doesn't have MU-MIMO but does that really matter?


Most likely interference. The BT hub isn’t as smart as it says it is, I had a similar issue solved by simply changing the channel in the hub menu manually. Type 192.168.l.254 into a browser and use login info on the back of the router. If you have an Iphone the Apple airport utitility app has a nifty simple trick of checking channels on nearby networks if you have the same channel as one of them it could be the issue. You want to choose a channel that you don’t see as often (or preferably at all) in the list to lessen any interference. There are lots of other ways of checking nearby channels. You may have already tried this step. Hope this helps. Edit: If this doesn’t work then I recommend a full factory reset and if no joy it is probably a hardware issue.

Sky ADSL and line rental £259.95 12 months.  £50 Mastercard and £85 TopCashBack = £10.41 per month (effective).
Found 1st MayFound 1st May
Sky ADSL and line rental. 12 month contract. 17Mbps maximum. Average 11 Mbps. No calls on this deal. £20 x 12 + £19.99 - £50 Mastercard - £85 TCB = £124.95 for 12 months = £10.41 … Read more
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Actually its the older folk who need more Fibre in their diet. I have BB and would like fibre but cant get it . On this , How do you make sure you get Topcashback ? I.e what stops people getting cashback ?? I have had £250 off BT £150 + £100 but that was all on cards ....this deal looks decent


I take it this is normal copper line internet. I work in IT industry and use non-fibre Internet and it does the job pretty well. You comment make no sense.


£23 is expensive. There is a Plusnet fibre deal effectively £16.66 a month (was £15.82 earlier).


If it helps I’ve just renewed my fibre unlimited deal for £23 over char. It’s always worth speaking with Sky when your contract ends. This is a great deal heat added


1. I bet you won't be making such comments when you are an 'older folk' 2.. What do you define as an 'older folk' ?

Ubiquiti AmpliFi HD Mesh WiFi System [UK Model] - Router + 2 Mesh points £299.98 C&C / £305.46 delivered @ Scan
Found 30th AprFound 30th Apr
Nice bit of kit, both aesthetically and in functionality. It's not going to be for everyone, but a worthwhile shout either way. It's a simple set up, just connect it up, use the i… Read more
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So had it running for a month now... Coverage and speed is fantastic. No drop outs so far. Very easy to set up and the app and features within are great. I’ve only got 37Mb max speed but on doing speed test it’s getting pretty close each time. I’m full bars on the WiFi on my iPhone virtually everywhere and only drops one bar at worst now. Have coverage in my entire garden where I didn’t before and even down the road! For the bit of gaming I do, it’s definitely improved the lag I used to get. It’s obviously expensive for something that you set up and don’t really pay any attention to, but it’s easy to forget what a great job it does. Highly recommended. Any questions or if you want to know how something works on it let me know. Jim


What are your early thoughts on it Jim? After spending money on Home plugs then being plagued with dropouts I paid out for a tp-link router to try and improve my woeful Virgin 3.0 Hub. That’s not really doing the trick either so final extreme step is toplough into this Amplifi HD setup!


Thanks for reply, much appreciated. I'm currently looking at a complete new set up, but as the new house is still awaiting its roof I have time. I'm happy to hard wire Cat5/6 all around the house, obviously want good WiFi for ipads and phones and like yourself I want some IP Cameras, inside and out but I need to do my research in this area still. Ultimately I just want strong good internet/Wifi around the house for various equipment. Be interesting to hear how you get on with this kit! (y)


This kit isn’t the fastest or cheapest, that’s for sure. I’ve watched and read a lot of reviews. This is the only one that reports consistently good strength with no or very few drop outs. Ubiquiti have a good grounding with this tecn from the commercial side so I feel confident it will be a well supported product. Clearly I can’t comment on the other products and they may well be better in several aspects. I know for me, my fibre speed is reasonably poor anyway, but I need good coverage for my property due to IP cameras and a whole host of the usual WiFi reliant devices throughout the house, this I’m confident will sort me out. Should I come back eating my hat, I’ll let you know! Mine arrives Thursday so will give it a good test. Jim


Just out of interest, with a fair amount of people experiencing drop-outs with mesh kits, or not covering the area stated - then wouldnt something like this suit better? Or even this: Central location would cover your home, cheaper and more powerful with great speeds? I'm asking out of interest as I am trying to figure out what to buy for a new home to ensure I have full WiFi coverage - so any advice appreciated in this area.

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