TP-Hyperlink has launched a brand new competitively priced Wi-Fi 6 router that may make you suppose twice earlier than upgrading to Wi-Fi 6E and even Wi-Fi 7. The Deco X55 Professional is a whole-home Wi-Fi 6 mesh router system that’s obtainable in a three-pack now on Amazon and the TP-Hyperlink webstore at an preliminary discounted launch worth of $239.99 (should you use the 20DECOX55PRO promo code). As soon as this promotional supply ends on July thirty first, the Deco X55 Professional will swap to its commonplace $299.99 worth.
Every node of the three-pack mesh router comes with two 2.5 gigabit ethernet ports, and TP-Hyperlink advertises the Deco X55 Professional’s Wi-Fi 6 capabilities can ship as much as 3Gbps of wi-fi velocity and that it options an “AI-driven” mesh system that’s designed to mechanically swap between community sources for a greater connection.
TP-Hyperlink claims the mesh router trio covers as much as 6,500 sq. toes, which ought to be a big sufficient Wi-Fi internet to blanket most houses, serving to to remove weak alerts and useless zones in areas the place much less strong techniques might wrestle to permeate — corresponding to loos, garages, and basements. It might probably additionally help over 150 gadgets, in accordance with TP-Hyperlink, greater than some pricier Wi-Fi techniques just like the Eero Professional 6E’s marketed 100-plus gadgets.
This can be a dual-band Wi-Fi system, which means it solely helps the standard single 5GHz and a pair of.4GHz bands. You’ll have a tough time discovering a tri-band system obtainable at an identical worth, although — for instance, the Wi-Fi 6-enabled Eero Professional 6 supplies an extra 5GHz band, however that’ll nonetheless price you $399 regardless of the product being virtually three years previous. If you happen to wished to discover Wi-Fi 6E, then the TP-Hyperlink Deco XE75 tri-band system can also be obtainable for $299, although that’s for 2 fairly than a three-pack of base stations. It’ll offer you a 6GHz band to play with, however the Deco XE75 duo doesn’t have as giant of a spread as this Deco X55 Professional triple-pack, and there nonetheless aren’t many 6GHz-compatible gadgets on the market but.
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