With the events over the last year and a half, home working has become the norm and as the world adapts to the current situation, most businesses are now allowing their staff a more flexible working lifestyle without having to go to the office daily. This requires a robust uninterrupted network infrastructure such as powerful router and other accessories.
Thankfully, networking experts, rockspace, has recently released its AC2100 Tri-band Mesh WiFi System, which serves as a replacement for a router and Wi-Fi extender. The whole home mesh Wi-Fi system features 5Ghz powerful WLAN full-featured front-end module and beamforming technology, designed to cover up to 6000 sq.ft area, with coverage in up to 8 rooms and the ability to connect over 100 devices. The rockspace AC2100 mesh router is available in a triple pack and is currently available on Amazon for just $209.99 with an $80 discount and $40 coupon now live.
In contrast to the traditional dual-band mesh Wi-Fi systems or those that include 1 router plus 2 satellites available on the market, the rockspace whole-home advanced tri-band mesh Wi-Fi network system can effectively reduce weak signal by utilising the Wi-Fi signal among the 3 units of the mesh router with a dedicated band. All 3 units can be regarded as independent routers and can be connected with different modems to create 3 separate Wi-Fi signals without the need to distinguish the main router from the 2 satellites.
- Wi-Fi Speed 2.1Gbps (2.4GHz, 5GHz, 5.8GHz)
- Wi-Fi Coverage 6000 sq.ft (2000 sq. ft for each, can be installed separately)
- Advanced Tech Tri-band backhaul, seamless roaming, Easy and customized APP control
- APP Function Parental control, Guest Network, Customized Firewall Settings, Smart QoS, Smart Assistance for 2.4GHz, ect.
- Dimensions 3.94×3.94×3.94 IN
- Wired Ethernet Ports 9 Ethernet port (3+3+3 auto-sensing ports)
- Temperature: 0°C-40°C; Humidity: 10%-90% RH, non-condensing
- In the Box 3×rockspace Mesh WiFi Points, 3×Power Adapters, 1×Ethernet Cable, 1×Quick Start Guide
Last modified: November 15, 2021