Setting up Wi-Fi in your home has never really changed. You buy one router, hope it reaches every corner of your home, and then react in frustration when it doesn’t.
Businesses have always had a solution to this problem — putting multiple Wi-Fi access points throughout a large space — and now some startups are trying to bring that approach to the home. The latest is Luma, a new router system that’s supposed to make it easy to fill a home with strong Wi-Fi and provide a homeowner with much more control over what happens on their network.
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This article originally appeared on Recode.net.