• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great!!!

    One WiFi name, easy setup, never drop connection changing routers.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Dreams instead of Nightmares

    Previously the home network consisted of multiple SSIDs and a mix of wired and wireless connections with spotty coverage and difficulties using printers from some devices. Now, one SSID seen everywhere in the house and yard, all resources available from anywhere, also able to manage the children’s access to undesirable sites, and general internet access from all their devices (Xbox, Wii, phones, tablets, and other devices). Biggest issue was finding the right spots in my home for the three nodes. Household much happier with the network with the caveat that the kids are less than thrilled with the improved parental controls.
    The installation process was reasonably painless. The new network has been up and running for a little over a week, it remains to be seen how well it will work over the long haul.
    One other change of note, our internet speed improved after the switch.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent choice!

    This system works perfectly. No more problems with dead zones - the entire house is covered including our basement. The easiest and fastest setup I’ve ever had.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Linksys Velop is amazing

    I have already used it for a while, and I love it because I can have everything in my hand in my Wi-Fi, and have it all over the house, I was looking for several options, and I provided some others and they did not work. This is one of my best purchases.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    GET THIS SYSTEM! NEVER DROPS SIGNAL / LIGHTNING FAST DL SPEED

    My house is fully tricked out in Apple products and I was previously using the Apple Extreme with a pair of Apple Express units for the purpose of extending my wifi signal throughout the home and outside deck area. They sucked. Dropped signal nearly every day, I had to constantly reboot, and then it would give me less than 50% of my allocated DL speed (which is supposed to be ~100 Mbps). After a day of use, the connection would constantly degrade down to 1-2 Mbps. This was a daily routine. Then I pulled the trigger and swapped out for the Linksys Velop system, now my DL speed is lightning fast between 90-100 Mbps, and it hasn't dropped down or out ONCE in the past month. If you experience drop outs or drop offs with your current Apple Express or Extreme, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND the Velop system.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great coverage, setup was harder than expected in my old house

    I’ve been using Velops instead of a mish-mash of Airports in my house for about a week now. Initial set up wasn’t as easy as it could have been because the Velops *really* want to be able to talk to each other wirelessly, and my house has thick old walls. I tried hooking all of them up using ethernet but that didn’t help — they just had to be closer together.

    Unfortunately the process of finding out a Velop can’t talk to its sisters involved waiting up to 30 minutes for it to try and try, and then finally resetting it and starting over in a new spot, so the whole setup took me quite a few hours instead of a few minutes.

    But ever since getting it set up it has been a dream.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Velo Rocks

    As a professional installer I've had the pleasure of installing over 100 of these. Always flawless and always resolved those lousy signal issues with large residential properties. My ASUS finally died and I made the move to Velop at my home. We all love it! Get it! You'll love it too!

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Linksys system

    I am totally satisfied

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great system, easy to set up

    Great experience with the Velop. Setup was easy and fast and the system works very well. Fast Wi-Fi throughout my house

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Overall good product

    I purchased the Velop system to solve a few problems. One, my house has dead spots and this allows me get the internet to those zones. Two, I started buying a bunch of home automation devices and I started overloading the garbage router you get from your provider. For the most part this has solved this issue, and offering a dual 5/2.5 ghz band one area doesn't drag the entire service down. I've only had a few issues. I lose nodes once a week, and have to restart the system. Once its back up everything is back to normal. One thing I'm am frustrated with, I can't assign certain devices to specific nodes. Again, I could just not know how, but I have devises in my basement that's surpassing two nodes to go the node in my upstairs office.

    Set up was really easy, so if you are having internet issues, I would recommend.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very good Wifi

    Very easy to setup and really good signal everywhere in my house

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy to setup

    I read the reviews of the Linksys home system and thought with our router in the attic this would work well for our home. We were experiencing dead spots in the house as well as SLOW internet speeds. I was pleasantly surprised to find the install of these 3 units easy and simple. I thought the product was packaged very nicely as well. Our speeds are better in the house and no more dead zones. I'm very pleased with the product and would recommend it to those families that have multilevel homes that might experience some dead zones. I also enjoy the app to manage linksys to know who is online as well as monitor who has priority. Momma always gets priority now over the two teenagers and their friends ... shhhhh don't tell them!

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Synchronicity

    We have been a solely devote Apple family, including a time capsule and extreme for Wifi access. We've found the Apple routers tend to start degrading after two years and they haven't had an update in about 4 years. The time was coming around and we had problems with the network maintaining connectivity and range. This time we opted for the Velop Home System which was easy (but somewhat time-consuming) to install, which is actually working flawlessly with 46 products connencted and no lag in performance. Great system.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Really easy set up

    This was really easy to set up. Download the app on your phone, name the network, create the password next, next, etc. done.

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Velop doesn't support Airplay Beosound 2 and Linksys App iOS not working

    I'm using iphone X Linksys apps, I failed to get Velop working in the first place(Error message: Your device is not connected to the internet. you must be connected to the internet to log in). Using Android phone to set Velop with no problem at all.
    Once all connected, I was unable to connect with Beosound 2 Airplay. So it seems Velop doesn't support airplay as of March 2018.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Last router I’ll need

    Since one of the routers covers 2k sqft, I won’t ever need to buy another router again. Switched from a Netgear gigabit router to this set and immediately noticed the difference. The setup was also quick and easy, it’s was as simple as downloading the Linksys app and everything after that was simple instructions. Definitely would recommend.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Easier than AirPort, and Faster

    Largish house, seven Macs scattered over three floors, two TiVo's, Apple TV, a passel of iOS devices, three networked printers, and whatnot. We had six AirPort Extremes of which two were configured as relays. The Velop is faster than AirPort, easier to setup. Requires an iOS device running a free Linksys app (or one of the imitations) for set up. A few steps and its up and running; configure the node that is connected to the router via Ethernet and that node configures the others (each AirPort needs individual setup). Downlink is ~80 Mbit/s, uplink >85 Mbit/s with Verizon FIOS (per speediest.net). This is from 10 to 20 Mbit/s faster than typical AirPort speeds. And Mac networking is suddenly more reliable; no more "can't find the server" or instances of external HDs on remote machines failing to appear. Apple Small Business store was the cheapest place to buy the Velop by at least $20.

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  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    3-node System is a bit "narly" to set-up and I almost returned the system.

    Very hard to learn the set up, for the three nodes. Customer service was ready and able, for an hour or more for three different times I needed to call. I still cringe when the broadband or electric goes out. It has improved my WiFi in my home very well, though. Thta's the bottom line. So far two weeks with no frustration!

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Linksys Velop Whole Home Wi Fi System

    Great system. Easy setup resulting in excellent coverage and fast download/upload speeds. Highly recommend over standard router supplied by internet service provider.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great wiFi System

    I have a 3500 sqft home over two stories. The house is heavily insulated and I have always had issue with WiFi coverage and speed. I have used multiple WiFi extenders but the speed drop from the AT&T router is about an 80% drop. The AT&T router only has 1/2 the speed broadcast on WiFI as what I pay for.
    With the Velop it was very easy to install and now I have great coverage through both floors of the house. Two of the Velop towers are connected wirelessly and I am only loosing 50% of my speed at the farthest points of the house. I really like the fact that the WiFi system has one name so ny iPhone and iPad move effortlessly through the house without having to change WiFi systems.

    I would definitely recommend this system to anyone with a large home.

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