The year 2022 is the year when TP-Link keeps its word. The company today announced the availability of its latest Wi-Fi 6 mesh variants to turn its Deco ecosystems complete — all were first announced at the beginning of the year.
Specifically, if not today, you’ll soon be able to buy the Deco X50 Outdoor, Deco PX50, and Deco X50 PoE that collectively fulfill all situations any residential user would run into while setting up their home network, including Outdoor, Powerline, and PoE.
These new mesh variants make Deco the most flexible mesh brand yet.
A trio that meets any needs
All of the new Deco variants share the same Wi-Fi specs. They are all Dual-band broadcasters with up to 3000Mbps Wi-Fi bandwidth (AX3000) — similar to the Deco X60.
As part of the Deco family, all three use the same Deco firmware and mobile app. Consequently, they are super-easy to use, but users need to log in with a TP-Link account to set up and manage their network.
TP-Link and your privacy
It’s important to note that having to sign in with an account means your hardware always connects to the vendor. In TP-Link’s case, you’ll manage your home network entirely or partially through the company.