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    Linksys has added a new product to its mesh Wi-Fi arsenal.
    Mesh Wi-Fi systems, like the Linksys Velop, are ideal for covering a large area in wireless internet. They usually incorporate a few nodes that pump out a seamless wireless signal, acting more like one big blanket than a number of smaller, separate sections. The Linksys Velop, one of our top picks for a mesh Wi-Fi system, originally only came as a tri-band model with one, two, or three nodes. However, Linksys has now also introduced a dual-band model, likewise available with one, two, or three nodes. Let's take a look at the difference between the two systems, helping you decide which is best for your home.

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    05-10-2018 12:10 PM

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