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Plume wants to maximize your home's wi-fi coverage with their new SuperPod

Just say no to dead spots.
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Plume SuperPod

It's 2018 and you should not have to deal with dead Wi-Fi spots anywhere in your home. Plume aims to fix that with their new SuperPod device that has quite the feature set, it boasts a tri-band Wi-Fi radio configuration, eight radio chains, and two auto-configuring Gigabit Ethernet ports. 

This system allows for what they're calling Adaptive Home Wi-Fi that learns its surroundings to best optimize your home's wireless connectivity. It will do things like ensure that your TV has an adequate and stable throughput to enjoy your favorite 4K content while ensuring reduced packet loss from services like FaceTime calls for a stable video chat connection. 

$60 a year, plume.com

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