This Omada EAP670 vs EAP610 matchup represents the top and bottom tiers of TP-Link’s Wi-Fi 6 business access points (APs). They replace the EAP245 and other Wi-Fi Wi-Fi 5 variants.
The EAP670 is a top-tier broadcaster, and the EAP610 is entry-level. (In between them, there are a couple of mid-tier models.) Other than the differences in hardware specs and physical sizes, these APs share the same characteristic as the rest of the TP-Link Omada family.
Among other things, they can work together to form an Omada mesh system. In this review, however, I evaluate each as a single standalone PoE access point.
Here’s the bottom line: For the current price of $150 and $90, the Omada EA670 and Omada EA610 are excellent purchases for anyone who needs a quick way to add or scale up Wi-Fi 6 coverage in a large home.
And you’ll figure out which one to get when you’re through with this review. Check out this post on TP-Link’s Omada mesh for more about using multiple units in a robust business Wi-Fi system.
TP-Link Omada EAP670 vs EAP610: Two excellent access points of different sizes (for different needs)
If you look at the Omada EAP670 or Omada EAP610 individually for the first time, you might be unable to tell one from the other. They are practically the same taking a round shape — designed to be wall- or ceiling-mounted — with one PoE network