Save $230 on a NETGEAR Orbi Voice Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System

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Do you have Wi-Fi dead zones in your home or office? It can be difficult to arrange your space when you have to be conscious of areas where you can’t get a good signal. A great way to solve that is with a NETGEAR Orbi Voice Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System that you can get now for under $200.

You’ll never have to worry about dead zones again with this whole home mesh Wi-Fi system that provides coverage up to 4,500 square feet for more than 25 devices. You’ll be able to stay connected to mater where you are in your home or office. You can potentially extend coverage even further up to 2,000 square feet by buying additional satellites.

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You’ll be able to replace your existing Wi-Fi router and extender with the NETGEAR Orbi Voice Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System that’s compatible with all Internet providers, including cable, satellite, fiber, and DSL. A 1 gigabit Ethernet port and AC3000 Wi-Fi will give you 3Gbps of streaming HD video, gaming, downloading, or Internet surfing. A dedicated band between the Orbi router and satellite frees up the other two bands to provide you with maximum speed on your devices.

As a bonus, the satellite works as a smart speaker with Amazon Alexa built in and audio provided by Harman Kardon. You’ll be able to listen to Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, iHeart Radio, TuneIn, etc., with rich sound while using the Alexa voice assistant to get the news, check the weather, and even control the Orbi.

While this Amazon-Certified whole home mesh Wi-Fi system is originally priced at $429.99, with this deal you can buy it for just $199.99.

NETGEAR Orbi Voice Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System

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