Top 10 Best Mesh Wi-Fi 2019


We have reviewed the best mesh Wi-Fi for 2019 as the need to cover more areas in connection to one another, have made Mesh Wi-Fi popular. This is because of its ability to connect several devices across a lot of square feet. With this guide, buying a mesh Wi-Fi will not be a problem for you as we will be discussing in details, the best mesh Wi-Fi of 2019.

This list is not arranged in any particular order. These are the best mesh Wi-Fi for 2019 as seen below:

1. Linksys Velop

Linksys, over the years, have been known for creating the finest networking products in the market. The Linksys Velop is a beautiful mesh system that can either be bought alone or bought as part of a 3 piece SST from the market. Its features are listed below:

-easy setup, comes with an instructional material to guide you during the setting up process.

-fast network

-wider coverage, much more than a single router

-beautiful and well-designed hardware

-easy to use.

-Price: $439.83


-One of the widest coverage

-easy to set up

-faster than a single router


-very expensive

-performance reduces after attaching the third node

-slow, when compared to rivals.

2. Netgear Orbi

Orbi is an old player in the networking market. The Netgear Orbi is specially designed for extraordinary performance. It is more expensive than what is obtainable in the market, but it is one of the best mesh systems available in the market. Its features are as follows:

– Dedicated routers extension data channel

-supportive of MU-MIMO technology

-Two setup options to choose from; either setup the Orbi using the app or the browser.

-price: $317.99


-easy to setup with two options to choose from

-supportive of the MU-MIMO technology

-excellent dedicated router to extension channel

-extraordinarily great performance


-the mesh WiFi system is very expensive

-very bulky device

-app lacks top level features

3. TP-Link Deco M5

TP-Link has been one of the companies topping the list in the networking industry over the years with excellent networking products getting into the market.

The Deco M5 from TP-Link is a Wi-Fi mesh system that gives you maximum number of features at a competitive price level. Its features are as follow:

-it is one of the easiest to use mesh Wi-Fi system available

-offers a reliable Wi-Fi connection over long ranges

-great security: the Deco M5 protects the entire network from any online threat.

-it offers wireless connection

-Price: $179.99


-easy to set up

-easy to use

-offers protection to the entire network

-strong and reliable connection over long range



-Due to its wireless connection mode, there can be speed reduction.

4. Google Wi-Fi

Google Wi-Fi with its extreme simplicity is aimed at getting spectacular results. Being one of the simplest Wi-Fi mesh system, its small nodes can be easily stashed anywhere you want. Its features are under listed below;

– Easy to setup

-small, compact nodes

-minimal design

-good performance

-Price: $279


-beautifully simple design

-easy and simple to set up

-great value for money


-AC power rating is low

– Its price is on the high side

-The Google Wi-Fi provides just little hardware controls

5. Ubiquiti Amplifi HD

Ubiquiti is a renowned networking company. It is well known for its high end internet solutions. Their networking products, though pricey, are excellent. The Ubiquiti Amplifi HD is one of the best mesh Wi-Fi systems in the networking market. It has the following features

-beautiful, clean design

-very easy to set up

-simple and intuitive app

-excellent signal performance

-great extenders that does not reduce performance level

-Price: $279.96


-Clean, modern look that looks good anywhere

-Intuitive app

-It is easy to set up

-Simple to use mesh Wi-Fi system

-An excellent extenders that does not reduce performance

-A great signal performance


-It is expensive

6. Eero (2nd generation)

This is a great home mesh WiFi system that performs excellently well. It is from Eero, a networking brand that has been making network related equipments for a while. The Eero Home WiFi has the following features which distinguishes it from others in the market:

-Extremely easy to setup and use

– Several advanced routers that can be customized to suit your needs

-Wireless access points

-Inclusion of nightlight

-Price: $398.99


-Extremely easy to setup and use

-Several advanced router that can be customized

-The nightlight is handy


-It is not as fast as others

-There is no Ethernet ports on the beacon

– It is very expensive

7. Portal Smart Gigabit

This compact mesh Wi-Fi system is easy to setup. Its features that ranked it on our list of best mesh Wi-Fi 2019, are as follow;

– Compact look

-Supports MU-MIMO data streaming

-Supports fast lane 5GHz technology

-A beautiful sleek design

-It has a mobile app

-Price: $124.85


-great sleek design

-Fast lane 5GHz technology

-Support MU-MIMO data streaming


-Installation process is a little cumbersome

-Lacks QoS settings

-Inadequate controls for parental control

8. Synology MR2200ac Mesh

Synology is a brand that is known for their excellent software which gives room for easy networking and a hassle-free data experience. Its features are listed below:

-Qualcomm IPQ4019 quad-core CPU

– Tri-band WiFi – single SSID with 802.11 k/v/r

-1 ×USB, 1×WAN and 1×LAN

-Comes with Synology router manager 1.2

-It has a dedicated mobile app

-WPA 3 support

-Price; $139.99


-USB support for near-NAS file streaming abilities

-An excellent mobile app that can faultlessly be accessed by desktop and mobile

-The software support system is great

-Analytical options to keep track of data internally

– A great control system


-A tad pricey

9. Amped Wireless Ally Plus Whole Home Smart Wi-Fi System

Offering great parental control, this mesh Wi-Fi has a built-in malware protection and comes with these features listed as follows:

  • A multi-user input
  • In-built malware protection
  • Multiple input
  • Price: $299.99


  • Easy to install
  • Offers parental control
  • Durable


  • It has only one LAN port on extender node
  • Middling MU-MIMO range performance