If you stay in a house in Singapore you know how hard it is for a single Wi-Fi router to cover your entire home, especially as our houses are constructed primarily from reinforced concrete and brick. Unless you’ve had a professional cable guy install a wired Ethernet system with outlets on every floor of your home, getting WiFi to your third floor when your main wireless router is situated on the first floor means you have to use wireless range expanders and live with slow connectivity.
Meet Roger, who lives in a four-storey terrace house (plus basement). Before trying out the Linksys Velop he could only watch his videos (he’s a big fan of cooking shows on YouTube) in his study room where his previous wireless router was located. Now by using a Velop for every floor he’s able to watch his videos anywhere in his home! (be careful when going downstairs though!)