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Mesh WiFi router systems are all the rage these days, and pretty much every company that makes routers is now offering a system that lets you pair two or three to improve coverage throughout your house.

But that can get pretty expensive. Personally I just improved coverage in our 2-story townhouse house by picking up a refurbished Linksys WRT1900ACS WiFi router for $110, and I’m pretty happy with that purchase (the router’s on the third-floor and its signal reaches the basement). But if you’ve got a bigger house, Amazon’s got a sale on Samsung’s Connect Home Mesh system that may be worth checking out.

You can get a 3-pack of WiFi routers for $280, a 2-pack for $180, or a single router for $120 (although that’s probably the least attractive option, since there are plenty of great single-router solutions in that price range).

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

PC and mobile accessories

Computers, tablets, and eReaders

Games

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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One reply on “Deals of the Day (10-31-2017)”

  1. Keep an eye open for refurbished T-Mobile TM-AC1900 routers. T-Mobile were selling them for $50 the other day (sold out now) and you can usually pick one up for not much more on eBay or Amazon. They’re rebadged Asus AC68U routers, which have a very good reputation, and if you have a little technical know-how, you can revert the firmware to Asus’s original (and up-to-date) firmware or one of several others. (I prefer Merlin.)

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