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TP-Link Deco M4 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, Seamless and Speedy Up to 4000 sq ft Coverage for £114.99 Delivered @ Amazon
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TP-Link Deco M4 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, Seamless and Speedy Up to 4000 sq ft Coverage for £114.99 Delivered @ Amazon

£114.99£148.9923%Amazon Deals
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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Work with Amazon Echo/Alexa and IFTTT, Router and Wi-Fi Booster Replacement, Parent Control, Pack of 3
  • Seamless Wi-Fi in every room: covers up to medium to large rooms with high performance mesh Wi-Fi, get rid of Wi-Fi boosters or extenders and keep 100+ devices connected at the same time
  • Parental Controls limits online time and block inappropriate websites according to unique profiles created for each family member
  • Easy setup in minutes: download the TP-Link Deco app, plug in your system and follow the instructions to get your home network up and running in minutes
  • Ideal way to find the connection: TP-Link Mesh Wi-Fi Technology chooses the fastest path for device connections and keeps your network running as fast as possible
  • 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. Deco M4 doesn't support HomeCare (HomeCare is supported on Deco M5/P7/M9 Plus and other advanced model)
  • Comes with 3 years manufacturer's warranty
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13 Comments
Voted hot, now time to sleep
Aargh. Went for the Linksys velop deal instead. Technically. Which is better or newer? Both appear to have an ethernet backhaul which I need.

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Dilemma! Buy now or wait until BF?..
Ah just realised this is a BF offer. Bought! 😁
Thanks OP!

I'm going to try it out - I'm sick of my 3 x 2.4 GHz and 3 x 5 GHz networks.
Excellent bit of kit!
boffin22/11/2019 06:32

Aargh. Went for the Linksys velop deal instead. Technically. Which is …Aargh. Went for the Linksys velop deal instead. Technically. Which is better or newer? Both appear to have an ethernet backhaul which I need. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/linksys-velop-intelligent-ac3600-whole-home-wi-fi-mesh-system-3-pack-10886-at-ebuyerebay-with-code-3336217


Same! Not got a clue which one to get...
DangerZone22/11/2019 12:01

Same! Not got a clue which one to get...


I think I've worked it out. The Linksys Velop has sightly faster 2.4Ghz (400Mbps) and more RAM and FLASH, V1 is slightly older hardware.
The TP-link is V2 (newer than linksys) but slightly slower 2.4Ghz (300 Mbps) and less RAM and flash.

Both are dual band so no dedicated 5Ghz backhaul for the mesh network, but I doubt that is really an issue. I'll be running ethernet backhaul where I can.

No dd/open wrt firmware for this, neither support VLANs properly for making an IoT network of death but you can use the guest wifi networks for this I think.

I'm going to stick with the Linksys - the kit is essentially the same.
HTH
Simon
So really they're the same for home use? I have a server for movies but I think any of these will be decent for 4K
These Nokia ones are a bit more expensive I know but have had these for a few months and are rock solid excellent coverage never had one issue with them even cover the remote cctv cameras outside the house without issues and currently have 35% off. Did try posting the deal but they rejected it.

amazon.co.uk/Nok…8-1
Got this today and so far have found it excellent. Was going to wait for the M5 to come on offer but having read a number of reviews, performance tests and considering the price I took the plunge. Also amazon was offered splitting the payments over 5 month which gave more in the bank for more BF deals!

I live in a brick 4 bed detached house. Due to the size and the fact that Nearly all the internal walls are brick I had some weak WiFi points in the house. After initial testing I have full internet (we get 41mbs with BT) in every room. As long as the WiFi remains stable I couldn’t have asked for anything more. V easy setup too.
These or the m5 for 20 quid more? My internet is 200mbps so will there be aby difference?
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