Maxwell

by Andy Haas

Mesh Wi-Fi for nerds

Feb 09, 2021

All Packaged Up!

We are on schedule for delivery this month! In fact, all crowdfunded Maxwell routers are packed up, boxed, and ready to ship. Special thanks to my girlfriend who tirelessly helped bag and tag nearly 200 routers! We will soon be able to see our kitchen floor again. Read the full update.


Jan 21, 2021

We've Hit Our Funding Goal!

Thanks to all of your support, Maxwell is now funded. But there are still a few days left for you to pick up your Maxwell nodes as part of our crowdfunding effort, so swing on by the campaign page and get yours! Read the full update.


Jan 14, 2021

Almost There!

Thanks to all of your support, Maxwell is almost funded! We just need a few more backers to join in. So, if you were thinking about going for it, now's the time! In this update, I'd like to tell you a bit about the *Outdoor Maxwell Node*. In my opinion, this is something that really sets Maxwell apart from other mesh systems. I'm not aware of ANY that offer an outdoor node. Read the full update.


Jan 07, 2021

Price Reduction for Dual-Band Nodes!

I've been able to secure better-than-expected pricing for the hardware I use to make dual-band Maxwell nodes, and I've decided to pass those savings on to my backers. As a result, the Three-Pack of Dual-Band Maxwell Nodes is now $149 instead of $199, a single dual-band node is $69 instead of $79, and the "Mixed Three-Pack" is now $219 instead of $249. I've also added a Two-Pack of Dual-Band Maxwell Nodes for just $99! Read the full update.


Jan 05, 2021

Mesh Setup

Other mesh systems are a bit of a pain to set up. Usually there's some phone app involved that requires you to register with the company, give them your email address, etc. Then you follow some lengthy process of setting up each node, which typically includes lots of spinning lights and waiting, while you cross your fingers and pray that the node eventually connects like it's supposed to. The mesh-setup process for Maxwell, on the other hand, is quite simple. This update breaks it down for you. Read the full update.


Dec 23, 2020

A Deep Dive Into Our Monitoring Features

Thanks to your initial support, Maxwell is nearly 20% funded in just the first few days - looking good! Keep it coming, please! In this week's update, I will take a look at one of the features that really sets Maxwell apart in the world of mesh wifi: monitoring. Read the full update.


Dec 15, 2020

We Are Live!

I'm very excited to be launching Maxwell today! I've struggled with Wi-Fi for years. It has let me down in so many different ways: random crashes, outages, poor signal strength, disappointing speeds, buggy phone apps, and companies dropping support for their products or going out of business, to name just a few examples. I want to be in charge of my own Wi-Fi! I also want a mesh system that is powerful, stable, secure, flexible, and easy to install, use, and monitor. I believe Maxwell is all the above, and I'm excited for you all to try it out! Read the full update.


$18,759 raised

of $15,000 goal

125% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$149

Three-Pack of Dual-Band Maxwell Nodes

A set of three dual-band Maxwell nodes is a good place to start. Bathe your home or office in stable mesh Wi-Fi, built on the most popular and expandable open-source router software.


$99

Two-Pack of Dual-Band Maxwell Nodes

A set of two dual-band Maxwell nodes is a good choice for apartments, condos, or small homes.


$219

Mixed Three-Pack - 2x Dual-Band & 1x Tri-Band Maxwell Nodes

To step it up a notch, use a tri-band router where devices need some extra bandwidth. The third band talks to devices without slowing down the mesh.


$369

Three-Pack of Tri-Band Maxwell Nodes

For maximum bandwidth, set up a full tri-band mesh!


$99

Outdoor Maxwell Node

Introduce your mesh to the great outdoors by adding one or more weatherized nodes.


$129

Additional Tri-Band Maxwell Node

Expand your mesh by adding an extra tri-band node.


$69

Additional Dual-Band Maxwell Node

Expand your mesh by adding an extra dual-band node.

Credits

Andy Haas

Professor of Physics by day and open-source/open-hardware tinkerer by night


Andrew Haas

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