I have a Peplink Balance One Core and a Peplink Balance 30. I recently replaced the Balance 30 with the Balance One Core.
If you are wanting an all-in-one solution, go with the Peplink Balance One (not Core) – it has dual band wifi built in. It supports port based vlan for your wired devices. The wifi AP functions also provide Vlan/SSID relationships and configurations. If the area you are wanting covered is small (one AP will do) - Go with the Balance One. If you have a multiple AP scenario - go with the Balance One Core and a handful of the AC One Minis. I run them and have great success.
One caveat – the wifi Vlanning is cake. If you have multiple “groups” of wired devices - you will need some other managed switch that understands Vlan tagging to completely isolate devices. And another caveat – some devices are designed to ONLY talk to other devices inside their own broadcast domain. I ended up removing some segregation between wifi and wired networks because my TVs are wired and my client devices are wifi. If a service discovery is performed by multicast group broadcasts – your mileage may vary. YouTube on iPhone will NOT discover a Samsung TV (without using a connector code/app) on a separate VLan.
Good luck buddy. I do NOT work for Peplink, but I like their products and enjoy helping others. What the Peplink folks say trumps anything that I spew out.