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NETGEAR is very pleased to be attending the Architectural Digest Design show, taking place this weekend from March 21st to 24th, 2019, in NYC.

This is the 18th annual design show and includes 400 of the world’s leading brands that are exhibiting their designs over 4 days. We are pleased to be showcasing both our Orbi Whole Home Mesh WiFi System and our Meural smart canvas, alongside so many other well respected brands from the world of interior design.

The sleek Orbi WiFi Mesh System works to blanket the whole home with steady WiFi, so you don’t have to deal with dreaded buffering or dead zones. Named one of TIME’s Best Inventions of 2018, the Orbi Voice is our WiFi mesh system that pairs a WiFi router with an Orbi smart speaker, with superior sound by Harman Kardon, and a built-in Amazon Alexa assistant.

Meural, powered by NETGEAR, is the first smart art frame that renders images as lifelike as museum originals. Upload your own photography, or browse through our online art library of over 30,000 curated images and display the art that moves you, whether those are pieces from the Renaissance, or the modern photography of National Geographic, or even modern digital art in motion, or more.

This is NETGEAR’s first year attending  the Architectural Digest Design Show. We are excited to showcase our booth that has been expertly designed in partnership with Michael Yarinksky, whose work has been previously published by Interior Design, Architectural Digest, the New York Times, Wall Street JournalPaper Magazine, and many more. Michael runs Design Field Trip with Jean Lee and Dylan Davis of Ladies and Gentlemen Studio, and is the lead curator for Cooler Gallery outside the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

If you are one of the 40,000 people expected to attend the show this year, please be sure to come by our booth to say hello and learn how to elevate your art and WiFi.

Lauren McInnes

PR Specialist

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