AmpliFi HD (High-Density) Home Wi-Fi System

March 22, 2017 - Comment

The AmpliFi HD (High-Density) Home Wi-Fi System includes a Router and two Mesh Points for Wi‑Fi coverage throughout your home. The AmpliFi HD system delivers maximum throughput to meet your streaming and gaming demands with lag-free performance. The Router features an innovative and simple design with an intuitive touchscreen display. The Mesh Points provide enhanced

The AmpliFi HD (High-Density) Home Wi-Fi System includes a Router and two Mesh Points for Wi‑Fi coverage throughout your home. The AmpliFi HD system delivers maximum throughput to meet your streaming and gaming demands with lag-free performance. The Router features an innovative and simple design with an intuitive touchscreen display. The Mesh Points provide enhanced coverage to eliminate dead spots in your home. A mobile app is available for iOS and Android platforms for instant setup and easy management.

Product Features

  • Wi-Fi Mesh Technology for Complete Home Coverage
  • Plug and Play High-Density Mesh Points to Eliminate Dead Spots
  • Dual-Band 802.11ac Wi-Fi System Delivers Up to 5.25 Gbps Aggregate Speed
  • Convenient Smart-Touch Display for Real-Time Status
  • Easy Setup and Powerful Wi-Fi Management using the AmpliFi App
  • Secure WPA2-PSK AES/TKIP Wi-Fi Encryption; (5) Gigabit Ethernet Ports (1 WAN and 4 LAN)
  • System Includes: AmpliFi Router HD, (2) AmpliFi Mesh Points HD, Ethernet Cable, Power Adapter, Quick Start Guide

Comments

HTee says:

Amplifi HD Vs Netgear Orbi.. Both good but both with their own faults I was extremely excited to hear Ubiquiti was making a consumer grade mesh system a few months back so naturally I was one of the first to pre-order. While I waited to get my system I also purchased the Netgear Orbi system and here are my thoughts.Netgear Orbi: Great overall system and the clear winner in terms of LAN (internal) throughput. The speed I was getting sitting next to the satellite unit was almost the same as I was getting next to the main unit. This of course is because…

Mark H says:

Great way to extend coverage in a less than ideal environment I purchased this device to help my dad with his home network. He currently has a very low-end D-Link router and several other issues that limit his current network. His home is all brick, it has a very unusual layout that includes a giant brick chimney running through the middle of the house, it has plaster walls, and he has a wireless camera system that absolutely destroys the 2.4 ghz band. I have some experience with Ubiquiti hardware in my house so I thought I would give this a try since the…

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