Linksys Velop Whole-Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (3-pack)

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Linksys Velop Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (2-pack)

The Linksys Velop Whole Home WiFi logo comes in over a splash of water color.

A Velop node appears sitting on a counter in a home environment. As the node spins around, the home environment changes behind the node revealing different homes, rooms, and home styles.

A caption reads: Meet Whole Home Mesh WiFi with you in mind

A splash of white comes in.

A captions reads: Designed to fit in any environment

Another splash of watercolor comes in and out revealing a diagram of a house showing three Velop nodes in different rooms. As the nodes appear, color radiates and spreads from each node throughout the entire house and outside, visualizing WiFi everywhere.

A caption reads:

Intelligent Mesh™ Technology

Nodes work harmoniously together to deliver flawless WiFi everywhere

Ensures you’ll always get the optimal WiFi speed to your devices

The diagram fades out revealing a happy family in the backyard of their home enjoying WiFi with a man holding a tablet.

A phone displays a screen showing the Linksys App.

A caption reads: Simple App Setup Quick & Easy to use

A splash of white comes in with the Linksys Velop Whole Home WiFi logo in the bottom right corner.

A caption reads: WiFi that sets you free™

A splash of water color comes in revealing the Linksys Velop Whole Home WiFi logo in the top left corner over an image of two Velop nodes sitting on a kitchen counter, slowly spinning around as a man cuts vegetables behind it.

A caption reads: Create your perfect WiFi system now

  • Overview

    Velop by Linksys is a whole-home Wi-Fi system that works in perfect harmony to create a high-range mesh network. Unlike traditional routers with range extenders, Velop’s Tri-Band Wi-Fi system provides 100% Wi-Fi throughout your home. Each node increases the Wi-Fi range by 2,000 sq. ft. and you can add more to grow your mesh network.*

    Utilising wireless mesh networking for whole-home Wi-Fi, Velop nodes seamlessly connect to one another and utilise a single SSID and password. There are no unsightly connecting cables, so you can place the sleek, compact nodes in open spaces. Simple app-based setup uses the Linksys app, which also keeps you informed of network status and solves any Wi-Fi interruptions. Nodes are backed by a three-year limited warranty and tech support.

    Highlights

    Creates a high-range Wi-Fi network with 2,000 square feet of coverage for each node*

    Fast and easy setup using the Linksys app

    Powered by Intelligent Mesh Technology that always optimises for fastest path to the Internet

    Modular system configures to every home shape and size — each Velop node is a powerful tri-band connection point you can place wherever needed

    Velop carries a premium level of support and is backed by a three-year warranty and a three-year tech support guarantee with a dedicated phone support line

    Linksys app helps you closely monitor and manage your home Wi-Fi remotely using an iPhone or iPad

    Parental controls help you ensure a safe Internet experience for your kids

    Device prioritisation lets you select devices that need the most speed

    Auto-fix automatically selects the best channel for your device and eliminates congestion with the push of a button

    Easily test and monitor your Internet connection’s speed to make sure you’re getting full speed from your provider

    What’s in the Box

    Three Linksys Velop nodes

    Ethernet cable

    Three power adapters

    Quick start guide

    Printed documentation

    Tech Specs

    Connections: Ethernet

    Height: Individual node: 18.54 cm/7.3 in.

    Width: Individual node: 7.87 cm/3.1 in.

    Depth: Individual node: 7.87 cm/3.1 in.

    Weight: Individual node: 0.63 kg/1.39 lb.

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: A0303

    UPC or EAN No.: 745883758593

    Warranty

    Note: Apple’s One-Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer’s warranty provided by the product manufacturer — please see your product box and literature for details. Benefits under the manufacturer’s warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law.

    Manufacturer Note

    *Each node in the wireless system provides a range of up to 2,000 square feet. Range can vary with the number and placement of nodes in the system. Range specifications are based on performance test results under normal use case conditions. Actual ranges will vary depending on wireless obstructions, operating environments and building material. Wireless coverage claims are used only as reference and are not guaranteed, as each wireless network is unique.

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  • 3.0 Average
    3 out of 5 stars
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    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Dire software + unreliable hardward

      I will be returning this after 8 days trying it in a 3-story house with stone walls. The system is configured with an iOS app. It is very poor. It helps you I will be returning this after 8 days trying it in a 3-story house with stone walls. The system is configured with an iOS app. It is very poor. It helps you place the nodes once but will not help again if you move them. And it has no facility for deleting a node other than deleting the whole system and starting again. When functioning properly, the hardware works well, but the satellite nodes (the ones not connected to the router) frequently become very slow, showing strong connections, but with ping times well over 2000ms. Sometimes, despite showing full strength Wifi, iPads, iPhones and Macs cannot download anything at all. (Turning WiFi on and off a few times usually fixes it.) The system does support WPS through the app (though it's hard to find), but only one of my two printers would connect to it. The PIN method didn't work for the second (older) printer either. I have just installed a Netgear Orbi 3-node system to replace it. The setup and software are much better, the hardware has a WPS button and three eithernet ports per node (rather than one) and (after admittedly only one hour's use) appears to be functioning much better. Among other things, both printers work.

      • Written by Nicholas R from Edinburgh

      10 of 14 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Dire software + unreliable hardward

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Brilliant!

      I have been really pleased with the performance of this system. Strong stable wi-if signal. Setup took about 20 minutes or so, and was very easy following the a I have been really pleased with the performance of this system. Strong stable wi-if signal. Setup took about 20 minutes or so, and was very easy following the app guidance. I purchased this specifically to extend the reach of our network to cover a new Nest security camera, and this has worked from day one without a problem. I have found the app very user friendly, and it gives me all the control I need. Great product.

      • Written by Stephen J from HUNTINGDON

      7 of 8 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Brilliant!

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Great router, but doesn't support network devices such as NAS drives

      I bought this router to assist a colleague who was having wifi problems with his home network - a two-node system was set up really quickly, but he immediately I bought this router to assist a colleague who was having wifi problems with his home network - a two-node system was set up really quickly, but he immediately lost all access to his NAS drive, running via a Pi using OMV - he could browse to the device, but no content appeared. We installed a TPLink Archer instead, and instantly all problems were solved. I then tried a node on my own SOHO network, replacing a reliable but ageing AirPort Extreme. Again, set up was fast and easy, and I found I was getting faster download web access times than before. But, again, my NAS drive is completely uncontactable - *really annoyingly* it appears in the list of connected devices in the LinkSys app (another great feature), but I cannot even connect to it via the Apple Finder or it's own GUI via the IP address. All in all, a great router for gaming devices and iPads, but not good enough if you want to run a typical SOHO set up. A traditional router, like the C9 is a much better bet.

      • Written by Jonathan R from East Molesey

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Great router, but doesn't support network devices such as NAS drives

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Top rate

      This has exceeded all expectations. I had nearly been put off by earlier reviews, but I am thrilled with it. Installation: I bought a simple adsl/vdsl modem This has exceeded all expectations. I had nearly been put off by earlier reviews, but I am thrilled with it. Installation: I bought a simple adsl/vdsl modem for this. Very straight forward. You then need to download the (excellent) App. Follow the instructions. I needed to manually input my ISP login and password. The rest was ultra-easy. Connect one node at a time. The App is brilliant! Dead easy to add a guest network and see what devices are connected, prioritise up to three devices, etc. Our WiFi is now transformed. Well worth the (high) expense. Wish I had done this some time ago.

      • Written by Ellis W from LONDON

      Is this review useful?Top rate

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Great router, but doesn't support network devices such as NAS drives

      I bought this router to assist a colleague who was having wifi problems with his home network - a two-node system was set up really quickly, but he immediately I bought this router to assist a colleague who was having wifi problems with his home network - a two-node system was set up really quickly, but he immediately lost all access to his NAS drive, running via a Pi using OMV - he could browse to the device, but no content appeared. We installed a TPLink Archer instead, and instantly all problems were solved. I then tried a node on my own SOHO network, replacing a reliable but ageing AirPort Extreme. Again, set up was fast and easy, and I found I was getting faster download web access times than before. But, again, my NAS drive is completely uncontactable - *really annoyingly* it appears in the list of connected devices in the LinkSys app (another great feature), but I cannot even connect to it via the Apple Finder or it's own GUI via the IP address. All in all, a great router for gaming devices and iPads, but not good enough if you want to run a typical SOHO set up. A traditional router, like the C9 is a much better bet.

      • Written by Jonathan R from East Molesey

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Great router, but doesn't support network devices such as NAS drives

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Dire software + unreliable hardward

      I will be returning this after 8 days trying it in a 3-story house with stone walls. The system is configured with an iOS app. It is very poor. It helps you I will be returning this after 8 days trying it in a 3-story house with stone walls. The system is configured with an iOS app. It is very poor. It helps you place the nodes once but will not help again if you move them. And it has no facility for deleting a node other than deleting the whole system and starting again. When functioning properly, the hardware works well, but the satellite nodes (the ones not connected to the router) frequently become very slow, showing strong connections, but with ping times well over 2000ms. Sometimes, despite showing full strength Wifi, iPads, iPhones and Macs cannot download anything at all. (Turning WiFi on and off a few times usually fixes it.) The system does support WPS through the app (though it's hard to find), but only one of my two printers would connect to it. The PIN method didn't work for the second (older) printer either. I have just installed a Netgear Orbi 3-node system to replace it. The setup and software are much better, the hardware has a WPS button and three eithernet ports per node (rather than one) and (after admittedly only one hour's use) appears to be functioning much better. Among other things, both printers work.

      • Written by Nicholas R from Edinburgh

      10 of 14 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Dire software + unreliable hardward

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