One of Amazon's Gold Box deals of the day features a selection of Linksys networking gear all on sale and down to low prices. Grab a new Linksys router for $106.99 or upgrade your Wi-Fi with a range extender for $38.40.

The real kicker of a deal is the 3-pack Linksys Velop mesh networking system on sale for $333.75. This system mostly sells for somewhere around $400. It regularly goes as high as $450 or more, too. The drop today is one of the first major sales we've seen in six months and the lowest price on the 3-pack since Black Friday.

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Linksys routers Velop mesh networking and range extenders

Whether you just want to replace your router, set up a Velop mesh networking system throughout your home, or get a range extender to help cover for any Wi-Fi dead zones, Amazon's Linksys sale should work for you. These are all down to low prices.

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The 3-pack Velop covers up to 6,000 square feet. If you don't live in a home that large and that seems like overkill for you, you can always go with the 2-pack version of the system that's also on sale. It's down to $222.49. That's more than $100 off the larger version and about $80 off its street price. You'll still be able to cover up to 4,000 square feet in a Wi-Fi blanket, and you can always upgrade with individual add-ons later.

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The Velop system will replace your router and cover where you live in a nice blanket of wireless Internet, so you don't have to worry about dropping the signal no matter where you go. The devices work together, too. If one loses signal, the other units will automatically re-establish connection. The whole thing is designed to be sleek and ultra-compact, with the antenna built into the top of the device and no excess wires. It even comes with a wall mount kit so you can install them in discrete locations.

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