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- Wi-Fi 6 Whole Home Coverage: Cover up to 5,800 sq. ft. with seamless, high-performance Wi-Fi 6 and eliminate dead zones and buffering.†
- No-Drop WiFi: TP-Link Mesh Technology ensures all your devices are always connected even as you walk from room to room using a single name and password. ‡
- Connect More Devices: Deco is strong enough to connect up to 150 devices with strong and reliable WiFi.†
- Total Security: WPA3 encryption and a free lifetime subscription to TP-Link HomeShieldTM provides personalized features, including Parental Controls, Antivirus, and Quality of Service (QoS) to ensure a safer online experience.§
- Easy Setup and Management: The Deco app helps you set up your network in minutes with clear visual guidance and keeps you in control even when you are not home.
- Universally Compatible: Backward compatible with all WiFi generations, ideal for any internet plan up to 1 Gbps, and works with any internet service provider (ISP) and modem. A modem is required for most internet service providers
Very easy to install
I had so many issues with the Google Nest that we had to hire an IT guy to come fix it all the time. He suggested we order this unit as a replacement. We have not had any issues since we got it. It was very easy to set up and we have not had any outages or lag time at all. Very happy and definitely recommend.
Way Better than eero 6
I installed the eero 6 but was disappointed with a) the speeds I was getting around the house, b) fluctuations in the speeds for no apparent reasons even when the speed coming out of the modem was stable. I liked the eero software. I decided to try the TP-Link Deco WIFI 6 which is about the equivalent in functionality and price. The Deco has one major advantage in that each of the units can have a direct Ethernet connection to devices. Not possible with the eero 6. Only the unit designated as the router had an ethernet port. But the big difference was the speeds. I am paying for 300 Mbps service from Xfinity. Both the eero and the Deco show speeds out of the modem well above the 300 level. Varying between 320 and 350. But that is where the similarity ends. With the eero I was getting Siri speeds between 60 and 150 Mbps. With the Deco I am getting a consistent 180 to 210. And my Mac Mini M1 is connected by Ethernet to one of the Decos (not possible with the eero) and I am consistently getting over 300 Mbps! That's about twice the speed I was getting from the eero.I liked the eero software a little bit more than the Deco. The Deco allows for a lot more advanced configuration, but right now I don't see a need. The eero interface seems a bit more intuitive. When it comes to the basics they both seem to cover the same turf.Deco comes with Home Shield free for life. Home Shield Pro is an $55 per year. I think the basic plan will be sufficient for my needs. The eero Secure plan is $30 per year. They have no free plan. They have a $99 subscription which adds an additional three tools. I already subscribe to 1Password and use the free version of Malwarebytes, but if I didn't, this bundle would be a good deal. But, the Deco system is so much faster, has the Ethernet ports, and comes with an adequate security systems build in for life. So for me, it was an easy decision. The eero 6 went back today.
We were having constant signal issues! These things are a god-send! We now have internet connectivity throughout our whole property -- inside and out!
Works as expected. The dual band can't be on the same network. You can have a guest network. This allowed me to use both 2.4 and 5 Gz.
Great mesh coverage, two Ethernet ports on each device is helpful
Good system. Did a lot of research of mesh systems and I picked the right one.