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There is little worse than a slow Wi-Fi connection in your own home. It is annoying enough when it happens at a coffee shop or in an airport, but it is particularly frustrating when it is in your own home. Your home is where you will do a huge chunk of your online activity. When you get home from a tough day at work and log onto Netflix the last thing you want to see is your new show buffering or the signal constantly dropping. A common problem for many people is that their router does not reach very far, so the connection can be excellent in some rooms and terrible in others. When you are near the router everything is great but as soon as you leave its immediate vicinity, it can be a nightmare to try and do anything more than load a webpage. A common fix has been to use a Wi-Fi extender; however these can bottleneck your Wi-Fi and are often highly unreliable. A far better solution is to use a mesh network which is a much more advanced solution than a simple extender. In essence a mesh