Designed to cover up to 260 square metres to start and scalable to suit your needs, our Wi-Fi Home Mesh solution expands your Wi-Fi coverage quickly and easily. The Vox Wi-Fi Home meshing kit provides a powerful and simple way to guarantee a strong Wi-Fi signal in every corner of your home – if you need more coverage, simply add another unit.
You can connect your units wirelessly or via Ethernet cable to experience truly seamless Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home.
Covering up to 260 square metres, the Vox Wi-Fi Home Mesh kit is the easiest way to guarantee a strong Wi-Fi signal in every corner of your home. Simply add more units to extend coverage.
Meshing means the units work together to form one unified network. Your phone or tablet automatically connects to the fastest unit as you move through your home, creating a truly seamless Wi-Fi experience.
Thanks to 802.11ac wireless technology, the network speeds are three times faster than previous generation routers, making Mesh Wi-Fi capable of providing lag-free connections to up to 100 devices.
Vox Wi-Fi Home Mesh works wirelessly, but if your house is designed with wired Ethernet, hardwiring your units is always the preferred option for increased network stability.
The two-pack can connect up to 100 devices and you can include up to eight units in your home if more coverage is needed. A Vox Wi-Fi Home Mesh network can handle a mix of IoT products, smart TVs, smartphones, tablets and peripherals, such as wireless printers.
While you could use a single mesh unit as a stand-alone router, Vox Wi-Fi Home Mesh works best when multiple units work together as part of a system. One two-pack has a range of up to 260 square metres and most homes will benefit best from the two-pack configuration. For larger coverage, you can add up to eight units to the initial two.
The Vox Wi-Fi Home Mesh pack includes two identical units that can be placed wherever you need Wi-Fi most in your home. During setup, you will choose one unit to serve as your primary device. It will connect to your router to enable Internet access for your home. From there, additional units can be placed in any room, and each unit will automatically detect and configure the others to create a seamless Wi-Fi system.
Unit placement is an important step towards enjoying fast, reliable Wi-Fi. However, placement is not an exact science, and you may have to experiment with your units in different locations for optimal performance.
If your house is designed with wired Ethernet, hardwiring your units is always the preferred option.
As we know, a wired connection is more stable and faster than the wireless connection. Thus, to provide a fast and reliable Wi-Fi network to your room, the wired connection is a good choice if it’s available.