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TP-Link Deco M4 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, Work with Amazon Echo/Alexa and IFTTT, Pack of 3 + 3 Year Warranty - £114.99 @ Amazon
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TP-Link Deco M4 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, Work with Amazon Echo/Alexa and IFTTT, Pack of 3 + 3 Year Warranty - £114.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 30th Jan

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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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Great set and great price. I paid £150 for these on Amazon last August. Well worth it even at the higher price.
Presumably these are better quality than the Tenda ones?
Ît works out slightly cheaper if you buy the 2 pack and 1 add on.
rav4cas30/01/2020 10:19

Presumably these are better quality than the Tenda ones?


It has more functionality than the Tenda.
I have the Tenda (MW3) and it is good for coverage but the functionality is limited.
Main thing for me being inability to separate 2.4ghz and 5ghz WiFi bands.
Does anyone know if this is possible on this system?

Edit: After a little googling it appears this system doesn't support separation either
Edited by: "Dembe" 30th Jan
Dembe30/01/2020 10:34

It has more functionality than the Tenda.I have the Tenda (MW3) and it is …It has more functionality than the Tenda.I have the Tenda (MW3) and it is good for coverage but the functionality is limited.Main thing for me being inability to separate 2.4ghz and 5ghz WiFi bands.Does anyone know if this is possible on this system?Edit: After a little googling it appears this system doesn't support separation either


That's right but you can turn each band on and off separately eg to help with setting up of 2.4Ghz only devices
Dembe30/01/2020 10:31

Ît works out slightly cheaper if you buy the 2 pack and 1 add on.


I don't think it does.... you've got to be careful with Amazon as it swaps seamlessly between the E4 and M4 as you choose different pack sizes. (Also why on earth does Amazon mix n match reviews and star ratings for similar but quite different models for all goods? Nobody likes it)
Can these work with the m3 mesh kit as an addon?
HELP Please: I was just about to order the E4 three pack at £89.99 from the same manufacturer on Amazon. Given my line to the house is at 28 mbps speed of the units is unlikely to be an issue. Any ideas on what the significant differences are PLEASE
bluekillersmurf30/01/2020 13:18

Can these work with the m3 mesh kit as an addon?


Not sure but I did find this on a review site: "Deco M4 is comprised of two units that can be customised to fit WiFi coverage needs to up to 2,800 square feet. With additional units, and compatibility with Deco M5, Deco P7 and Deco M9 Plus, the Deco M4 system can be easily scaled up to accommodate even larger spaces" So not sure! Soz
dispose330/01/2020 11:01

That's right but you can turn each band on and off separately eg to help …That's right but you can turn each band on and off separately eg to help with setting up of 2.4Ghz only devices


I have the opposite problem.... Everything connects to 2.4ghz when I want them to connect 5ghz
Chris060930/01/2020 13:49

HELP Please: I was just about to order the E4 three pack at £89.99 from …HELP Please: I was just about to order the E4 three pack at £89.99 from the same manufacturer on Amazon. Given my line to the house is at 28 mbps speed of the units is unlikely to be an issue. Any ideas on what the significant differences are PLEASE


They're basically the same except the E4 have 100Mbps ethernet and the M4 have gigabit ethernet
I bought the twin pack.of.these (v1 hardware) and had a few issues with connectivity. Things improved when I changed the config to an ethernet backhaul between the units but that introduced its own challenges if you want to keep a guest network. Luckily my switches support the vlan configuration needed and the stability seems a lot better now. I do still see the odd drop on Amazon Fire 7 tablets, but no more complaints from the Alexa Echos about "having a little difficulty at the moment" and everything else seems.fine now. If money were no object though I'd probably be looking at the Ubiquiti range.
How does this compare to the Tenda Nova MW6?
How does this compare to BT mini discs?
just a note to say that I don't know of any main stream mesh systems (maybe UniFi as a pro solution) that let you split the bands (that is how the mesh works) so don't hold it against this device!
I have these. I got them for the main purpose of extending the wifi through thick walls. It does it perfectly and I get full speed everywhere around the house. I previously used a powerline but the wires in this house meant a poor signal and speed thus I had to find a relaible and fast way to supply my desktop PC and server. These have a 2 gigabit ethernet plugs on each unit so my PC and server can transfer effortlessly beteween the two.
Using the app you can see who is logged onto your network, ban certain things and also put timers on certain equipment that can only be used at certain times (ie - childrens tablets.....you can stop the connection after lets say 8pm so you have control over them)
They are quite easy to set up without much hassle.
I rate them highly
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