Wi-Fi is awesome, except when it’s not. Plugging dead spots in your home or office can be arduous, but Tenda’s Nova mesh Wi-Fi system makes it a snap.
Expanding on the previously announced COVR-C1203 dual-band mesh network, D-Link has announced the COVR-2202 which delivers tri-band AC2200 Wi-Fi with a dedicated 5GHz backhaul channel.
If you're sick of a mish-mash of Wi-Fi routers and extenders in your home not properly giving you whole-house Wi-Fi, then D-Link's new Covr Seamless Wi-Fi mesh networking system promises "seamless coverage to the furthest reaches of any home".
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