Deal: Razer Portal Mesh Wi-Fi Router For $109.99 - Prime Day 2018

Amazon's Prime Day is in full swing now, having already resulted in deep discounts on a wide variety of consumer electronics, including home networking equipment like Razer's Portal Mesh Wi-Fi Router. Regularly priced at $129.94, this gadget can now be yours for just $109.99 if you sign up for a Prime membership. While Amazon's service costs $99 per year, you can still take advantage of this price cut at no additional cost given how the company is offering free trials of the service all year long.

Even outside of the trial period, a Prime membership is something that's certainly worth your money if you often buy products from Amazon given how it ensures you're eligible for exclusive discounts such as the one that's currently attached to the Razer Portal Mesh Wi-Fi Router, not to mention free express shipping on select items and other benefits such as access to Amazon Prime Video, one of Netflix's fiercest and most content-packed rivals.

Razer's router itself is a great entry point into the world of mesh networking, so if you're interested in improving the Wi-Fi coverage in your household while saving some money along the way, this discount is well worth considering. Refer to the banner below to see whether the Razer Portal Mesh Wi-Fi Router is still in stock and stay tuned for more fantastic tech deals which are set to follow throughout Tuesday.

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