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Samsung Connect Home mesh Wi-Fi falls short in usability

The Samsung Connect Home three-pack is also a SmartThings hub and covers 4,500 square feet. But the app will leave you wanting more for the price.
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Samsung Connect Home / Samsung Connect Home Pro

CNET Editors' Rating

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The Samsung Connect Home will give you adequate Wi-Fi coverage in a large home, and you can connect SmartThings devices to it without having to buy a separate hub. But for the price, you can find better options such as the AC3000 Netgear Orbi.
$119.99 to $169.99
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