Deal: NETGEAR Orbi Home Mesh Wi-Fi System $80 Off – Prime Day 2018

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Amazon's Prime Day 2018 already brought a massive wave of fantastic tech deals on networking equipment, including a deep discount attached to the NETGEAR Orbi family of mesh routers. The electronics manufacturer discounted three of its offerings in total: a single Indor Expansion router model that's now 14-percent ($34) off, a two-pack that can be bought for 22-percent ($83) down, and a three-pack which is presently priced at $219.99, down $80 or 27-percent.

The lattermost deal is certainly the best of them all, providing you with a comprehensive entry point into the world of mesh networking which will allow you to improve the Wi-Fi coverage and speeds in your household without requiring you to break the bank. Besides having the latest and greatest technologies the router industry has to offer, the NETGEAR Orbi family also boasts support for Amazon's Alexa, allowing you to control your home network in a highly futuristic manner – by issuing voice commands.

Add parental controls and easy setup to the mix and you've got yourself an excellent Wi-Fi system that will instantly make your Internet activities smoother all on its own while still leaving you with plenty of options if you're into tinkering. Refer to the banner below to check whether NETGEAR's Orbi mesh routers are still in stock, which isn't a guarantee given the online shopping craze that Prime Day 2018 caused.

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