Plume Superpod Three band Mesh Wifi System

Another product introduction from a mesh wifi router vendor that you might not heard it before, it introduced couple of product, Plume Pod and Plume Superpod mesh wifi system, new comer with high rated mesh wifi system in the market today.

What this product does

Plume Superpod is just like other mesh wifi system have been around in the market so far providing you easy to use single wifi name throughout the home, and is a wall-plug design instead of desktop model for easy to place without providing power outlet in different place you need to add like Velop or Orbi (Orbi also offers separate wall-plug model as the satellite).


Dynamic backhaul

In mesh technology in general each mesh point device delivers data stream to the other mesh point by learning which router is the best to take like normally the routers in the cloud communicate from one hob to the other hob based on the routing technology to use.

Few models of mesh wifi router use dedicated radio band as backhaul used to communicate between mesh points such as Asus Lyra, some other models don’t use dedicated backhaul just mixed for clients and mesh points use the same radio bands.

Plume Superpod is the first mesh wifi router that use different methods, it applies dynamic backhaul that selects the best available radio band automatically for best wifi performance.

Three band

Plume Superpod is designed to compete with premium class mesh wifi system with three band technology which is typically more expensive and more powerful than those two band mesh wifi system such as Asus Lyra Trio and Velop and one new product that you might not heard it before – the Meshforce m1 mesh wifi system which are two band models.

Plume Superpod AC3000 three band mesh wifi system

Plume Superpod is designed with three band technology with one band is used as backhaul that is selected dynamically and automatically for best performance. It operates three band radio simultaneously operating @2.4GHz and @5GHz 2×2 MIMO and @5GHz 4×4 MU-MIMO with standard 802.11b/g/n/ac radios and is based on AC3000 Gigabit WiFi (400 + 867 + 1,734 Mbps).

If you compare with the first model of Linksys Velop three band you can find that Velop 1st G is based on AC2200 (400 + 867 + 867Mbps), slightly lower total bandwidth than Plume. Velop doesn’t use dedicated backhaul for point to point communication as opposed with dynamic auto backhaul offered by Plume.

What about compared with Netgear Orbi regarding the wifi? Almost the same as Plume, the same AC3000  network segment providing three band with the same speeds. However, Orbi like Velop doesn’t use dedicated radios for backhaul.

Here is the highlights of Plume Superpod you need to know, most people testify that this product is powerful, high performance and excellent in technical support.


  • Wall pluggable model plume superpod mesh wifi system
  • Three band mesh wifi system with dynamic auto select best backhaul link for best performance
  • Triple band, simultaneously operating 2.4GHz and 5GHz 2×2 MIMO and 5GHz 4×4 MU-MIMO 802.11b/g/n/ac radios
  • Operating bandwidths of 20/40MHz for 2.4GHz radio and 20/40/80MHz for 5GHz radios
  • AC3000 Gigabit WiFi (400 + 867 + 1734 Mbps)
  • 2x Gigabit Ethernet ports with auto detection WAN/LAN functionality

Plume Superpod is tagged with higher price than most mesh wifi system and as the new comer in mesh wifi router when you compare it with the other new comer in mesh router – Meshforce mesh wifi system, Plume’s price is almost twice as much as Meshforce.

As a new product when you compare with Orbi and Velop, Plume is tagged with higher price and soon like other products the price will dropped when other products introduction with better technology offered by other vendors. Click the link below to learn more detail including current price.

Click here to learn more detail Plume Superpod

See also:

New introduction of cable modem with wifi product – The Netgear C7500-100nas DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem with wifi – a 24×8 DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem with built-in AC3200 wifi router.

For traditional wireless router that requires extending the coverage – you may consider Netgear Nighthawk X6 or Linksys RE9000 Wifi range extender.

For gamers in mind, you may consider new products offered by TP-link or Netgear – click the following link TP-link Archer C5400X vs Netgear Wireless Gaming Router.

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