Cover your home in Wi-Fi 6 with an Arris Surfboard mesh router down to $259

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Cover your home in Wi-Fi 6 with an Arris Surfboard mesh router down to $259

Are you still using sub-standard Wi-Fi speeds? Basically meaning anything below the super speedy Wi-Fi 6? Then you need to upgrade! And maybe you have moved on to Wi-Fi 6 but the coverage isn’t the best? The Arris Surfboard Max Pro mesh router can cover up to 3,000 square feet in a comfy Wi-Fi 6 blanket, and today it’s on sale for just $259. That’s a crazy low price considering this router’s normal price fluctuates somewhere between $330 and $400. It has only dropped this low once before and that deal only lasted for a day, just like this one will only last through the end of this day.

If 3,000 square feet isn’t enough for you and your Hollywood mansion, you should know the mesh router can be added onto. In fact, part of the sale today includes a two-pack of the router on sale for $459, which is down from its usual price around $650. This can cover up to 6,000 square feet and ensure you get every nook and cranny covered in Wi-Fi 6. Check out the full sale for other Arris devices on sale, too.

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The router supports up to 255 devices on the network, so you can use it in a big home that has laptops, computers, tablets, smartphones, TVs, Amazon Echo devices, video doorbells, and all that other stuff you need connected to Wi-Fi. Even with all that gear connceted, you’ll still have enough capacity to stream multiple 4K videos at the same time. Plus, the router has a self-optimizing feature that will allow it to make sure each device is connected to the best available channel at any time.

The router is compatible with Amazon Alexa, so you can use a connected Echo device to control it with certain voice commands. There’s an easy-to-use app that makes setup a breeze and gives you step-by-step instructions.

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