Myra Pope

  1. Mesh Routers: Mesh routers consist of multiple nodes or units that work together to create a single, seamless WiFi network. They are designed to eliminate dead zones and provide consistent coverage throughout a large area, such as a multi-story home or office building. Mesh routers automatically route data between nodes, ensuring that devices always connect to the strongest signal.

  2. Gaming Routers: Gaming routers are optimized for online gaming, prioritizing low latency and high-speed connections to provide a competitive edge to gamers. They often come equipped with features like Quality of Service (QoS) settings to prioritize gaming traffic, advanced firmware for customization, and built-in security measures to protect against DDoS attacks.