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TP-Link Deco E4 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System - pack of 3 - £103.98 @ Amazon
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TP-Link Deco E4 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System - pack of 3 - £103.98 @ Amazon

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Posted 25th Dec 2019
  • Seamless whole-home Wi-Fi coverage (Up to 4,000 sq ft, Ideal for 3-5 bedroom houses): eliminate weak signal areas once for all and simply add more Decos to the network anytime to increase coverage
  • Provides fast and stable connections with speeds of up to 1167 Mbps and works with all internet service provider (ISP) and modem
  • Provides lag-free connections for up to 100 devices and devices can automatically switch between Decos for the fastest possible speeds
  • Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa and IFTTT: Control your home network using voice commands and more fun to use different apps and devices with IFTTT
  • Parental Controls: Limit online time and block inappropriate websites according to unique profiles created for each family member
  • Setup is easier than ever with the Deco app there to walk you through every step
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Just remember that the uplink ports on these are limited to 100Mbit. This means that if your Internet is faster than that or you want to access your networked hard drive/wired desktop PCs from WiFi you are better off buying the more expensive Deco M4 model.
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 25th Dec 2019
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Just remember that the uplink ports on these are limited to 100Mbit. This means that if your Internet is faster than that or you want to access your networked hard drive/wired desktop PCs from WiFi you are better off buying the more expensive Deco M4 model.
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 25th Dec 2019
Anyone compared this to bt home? Had the bt option for years and want to change but not sure this or ubiquity
Winter9825/12/2019 14:01

Anyone compared this to bt home? Had the bt option for years and want to …Anyone compared this to bt home? Had the bt option for years and want to change but not sure this or ubiquity


This is worse than both of those
Was £90 from Amazon a few days ago.
SUMMONER25/12/2019 14:01

Just remember that the uplink ports on these are limited to 100Mbit. This …Just remember that the uplink ports on these are limited to 100Mbit. This means that if your Internet is faster than that or you want to access your networked hard drive/wired desktop PCs from WiFi you are better off buying the more expensive Deco M4 model.


I was wondering about this, but it does say in the description "Provides fast and stable connections with speeds of up to 1167 Mbps and works with all internet service provider (ISP) and modem"
Ian_Stinson25/12/2019 14:09

Was £90 from Amazon a few days ago.


I've been looking for a while on Amazon and never seen it lower than this
tight.wad25/12/2019 14:09

I was wondering about this, but it does say in the description "Provides …I was wondering about this, but it does say in the description "Provides fast and stable connections with speeds of up to 1167 Mbps and works with all internet service provider (ISP) and modem"


Thats the wireless link speed, it is not accurate at all in regards to speed you will get
tight.wad25/12/2019 14:10

I've been looking for a while on Amazon and never seen it lower than this


It was £90 for quite a while
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Ian_Stinson25/12/2019 14:14

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I've been looking for decent mesh wifi for a while. How did I miss this. You should have posted it on here. Still the cheapest at the moment and slightly better than the Argos dual pack.
anyone know if these would be better than the Tenda Nova MW6-3, as these are £110.97 on Amazon
tight.wad25/12/2019 14:33

anyone know if these would be better than the Tenda Nova MW6-3, as these …anyone know if these would be better than the Tenda Nova MW6-3, as these are £110.97 on Amazon


The mw6 will be better.
tight.wad25/12/2019 14:31

I've been looking for decent mesh wifi for a while. How did I miss this. …I've been looking for decent mesh wifi for a while. How did I miss this. You should have posted it on here. Still the cheapest at the moment and slightly better than the Argos dual pack.


The Argos dual pack is a better model than this, it depends how many you need
Or 2x this
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Ian_Stinson25/12/2019 14:09

Was £90 from Amazon a few days ago.


Unfortunately most people don’t have time machines
jb6625/12/2019 14:40

The Argos dual pack is a better model than this, it depends how many you …The Argos dual pack is a better model than this, it depends how many you need


Haha I give in. I thought this was the same as the Argos deal and I was also looking at the Tenda Nova pack as oppose to the triple pack I posted, hence not seeing them at £90. I'll stick to looking in future.
devious1125/12/2019 15:08

Unfortunately most people don’t have time machines


Agree but Amazon’s prices tend to go up & down and it may well drop again.
tight.wad25/12/2019 15:18

Haha I give in. I thought this was the same as the Argos deal and I was …Haha I give in. I thought this was the same as the Argos deal and I was also looking at the Tenda Nova pack as oppose to the triple pack I posted, hence not seeing them at £90. I'll stick to looking in future.


It's not a bad deal, it's just there is alot of choice right now
jb6625/12/2019 15:25

It's not a bad deal, it's just there is alot of choice right now


Any good (simple) comparison tables or sites. I have not touched a router since flashing WRT many years ago. Have moved and my house is a WiFi notzone it seems, I need a mesh and like everyone here want the best halfprice with a good bit of TC / Quidco on the side.

I assume all these allow custom DNS, hopefully also VPN connections?
Edited by: "turkey" 25th Dec 2019
If going for mesh I look at 3 simple things.

1. Ethernet port, if its 100mb you will only get 90mb

2. If it's either 2x2 mimo or 3x3 mimo. Most mesh are 2x2 which will give maximum 220mb. 3x3 mimo can give over 400

3. Triband, if you have the money this will ensure the mesh units get a good connection between each other and the amount of 5ghz devices wont slow the link down.
Was £79.99 first week of Dec, so def not cheapest.
herby24725/12/2019 18:40

Was £79.99 first week of Dec, so def not cheapest.


Can confirm. I bought these Black Fri week for £79.99
herby24725/12/2019 18:40

Was £79.99 first week of Dec, so def not cheapest.



123sonny12326/12/2019 00:43

Can confirm. I bought these Black Fri week for £79.99



Yes but this is the current cheapest price, unless someone knows of a deal on a time machine?
devious1127/12/2019 22:11

Yes but this is the current cheapest price, unless someone knows of a deal …Yes but this is the current cheapest price, unless someone knows of a deal on a time machine?


Ah the usual cliché time machine comment...
I think if you read back, the comments were squarely aimed at the fact people had never seen it cheaper than £90, not the fact this isn't currently the cheapest.
I can loan you my time machine if you'd like to go back and check 😁
herby24727/12/2019 22:36

Ah the usual cliché time machine comment...I think if you read back, the …Ah the usual cliché time machine comment...I think if you read back, the comments were squarely aimed at the fact people had never seen it cheaper than £90, not the fact this isn't currently the cheapest.I can loan you my time machine if you'd like to go back and check 😁


It's as cliché as the "This was £5 x weeks ago" comment. Maybe use the quote function if you're responding to someone? Otherwise it has no context. Hense me assuming you were just making that comment.
Let's be honest most internet speeds will be around 50mb so why go crazy on 1000mb

Case in point:

Isn't 300mbp too slow?!?!?!

Further context below regarding internet speed at home:

Estimated peak time speeds:
Download: 38 - 40Mb
Upload: 8 - 10Mb
These are the speeds your line is capable of at peak times.
Current line speed: 38.6Mb
This is a measure of the actual line speed you are now receiving based on the product you have taken.
Minimum Guaranteed Speed: 30.9Mb
This is the minimum speed you should expect to achieve on your line.
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