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    A basic mesh Wi-Fi system with range and performance for most average homes.
    AmpliFi has a number of networking products available, ranging from single routers to access points to mesh systems suited for large spaces. I recently tested the AmpliFi HD mesh system and came away impressed due to solid performance and the ability to build out your system as needed, but I lamented the lack of available Ethernet backhaul between the main router and MeshPoints (the name Ubiquiti uses for its nodes).
    The AmpliFi Instant changes things up a bit, both in use and design. Like the HD, it works perfectly well as a standalone router, but you can add extra nodes as needed. It's suited for about 4,000 square feet, a bundle with MeshPoint costs about $160 less than the full HD setup, and it's capable of wired Ethernet backhaul between router and MeshPoint. I tested the AmpliFi Instant to see whether or not it's worth the money and whether or not it's the right fit for your networking needs.

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    12-03-2018 08:11 AM

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