The best advice on router placement is advice we all ignore: Place your router in the middle of the room for the best possible wifi. Don’t hide the router away or place it near a wall. This isn’t practical, though, because the walls are where outlets live, and as people have moved to mesh, that means more routers littered throughout the home and more devices to hide. I’ve tried to treat these “wifi pucks” (what I call my Nest routers) as sculpture, worthy of shelf space, but I don’t love it. Once I started adding hubs to each room in the form of Google Minis, things became chaotic, with wires snaking off shelves in each room and these two tiny pieces of tech generally getting in the way. To solve that problem, I’ve started mounting my hubs and routers to the ceiling, and it works fantastically. Given the amount of accessories

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