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TP-Link Deco S4 (3-pack) AC1200 Whole-Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (works with Amazon Echo/Alexa) - £94.99 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
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TP-Link Deco S4 (3-pack) AC1200 Whole-Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (works with Amazon Echo/Alexa) - £94.99 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
Posted 13th Oct 2020

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  • Delivers Wi-Fi to an area of up to 4,000 sq.ft. and if that’s not enough, 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 major internet service provider (ISP) and modem
  • With enhanced Deco Mesh Technology, units work together to form a unified network with a single network name; devices automatically switch between Decos as you move through your home for the fastest possible speeds
  • Deco can handle traffic from even the busiest of networks, providing lag-free connections for up to 100 devices
  • Parental Controls limits online time and block inappropriate websites according to distinct 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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Thank you. I had recently been debating whether to get the three M4s for £99 but have now bought these S4s instead.
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Got these. Very good. Would recommend.
MandH12313/10/2020 02:05

Thank you. I had recently been debating whether to get the three M4s for …Thank you. I had recently been debating whether to get the three M4s for £99 but have now bought these S4s instead.


What the difference between these and the M4's?
kidchop13/10/2020 09:03

What the difference between these and the M4's?


Also interested to learn this
Just Googling it, it appears they're exactly the same, just that the S4 is a newer model. Concidering it's the same price at the M4 has gone down to, I'm tempted.
Mister_Whippy13/10/2020 09:18

Just Googling it, it appears they're exactly the same, just that the S4 is …Just Googling it, it appears they're exactly the same, just that the S4 is a newer model. Concidering it's the same price at the M4 has gone down to, I'm tempted.


The m4 shows as a way more expensive choice though before and after the discount
Bought the M4 last week annoyingly, however it looks like they're pretty similar. Would have been nice to have had them a little smaller but hey ho. They've been great so far so can't be arsed with the hassle or returning and getting these.
Can't decide on a mesh system! Are eero better than these?
Downside I saw on these is the security level and TP-link are not active on upgrading firmware?
Good price OP.
kidchop13/10/2020 09:03

What the difference between these and the M4's?


Similar spec to M4. Newer model and slightly smaller devices.
these are a must for all hotels, having stayed in a hotel with no phone signal, old CRT TV with channels 1 to 5 , and WiFi not reaching into room , a mesh is a must for all hotels so you can relax in room at late night
spembo13/10/2020 09:19

The main differences between the TP-Link Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi Systems is …The main differences between the TP-Link Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi Systems is that the newer Deco S4 is more compact in size in addition to adding support CE transmit power. Otherwise, the S4 and M4 are identical in specs and features.


So does that mean more power, or now reduced to be within CE limits?

My decision is between these S4's and the £40 higher M5 system. The P9 (another £10 more) seems to be the E4/S4 with inbuilt powerline adaptor. Is there any other difference? The M5 seems to be a more potent router, and offers more bandwith on the 2.4Ghz band (which 'smart' cameras in particular use).

Amazon (and TP Link) aren't making this easy!
wdh13/10/2020 11:39

So does that mean more power, or now reduced to be within CE limits? My …So does that mean more power, or now reduced to be within CE limits? My decision is between these S4's and the £40 higher M5 system. The P9 (another £10 more) seems to be the E4/S4 with inbuilt powerline adaptor. Is there any other difference? The M5 seems to be a more potent router, and offers more bandwith on the 2.4Ghz band (which 'smart' cameras in particular use). Amazon (and TP Link) aren't making this easy!


Waiting for a reply to this also. Im almost hitting the m5 but apart from size I'm struggle to see what the extra coin is for.
Mark_LewisZ7x13/10/2020 17:20

Waiting for a reply to this also. Im almost hitting the m5 but apart from …Waiting for a reply to this also. Im almost hitting the m5 but apart from size I'm struggle to see what the extra coin is for.


When the P9 went out of stock, I jumped for the M5.
It has a different setup to most of the Decos, being AC1300 (like only the P7) and certainly seems to be strong, stable and favoured by TP Link for the security update. Hopefully the only downside is that it runs a bit... warm...

The P9 was probably the most special of the Prime Day Deco deals, and the S4 is a hot deal too.
But I am believing that the M5 is the better router and the deal is good enough.
Mark_LewisZ7x13/10/2020 17:20

...I'm struggle to see what the extra coin is for.


Forgot to say that, compared to the S4 etc the M5 has better router-level network control (parental etc) and anti-malware filtering/protection. That this isn't even an option on any of the 'pringles tubes', I just take as further evidence that the router inside is cut from a different cloth.
Wow thanks for this in depth breakdown for me. Ive just splashed the cash on this advice. I will hopefully thank you again in a few days or not
Good devices excellent find
wdh13/10/2020 18:36

Forgot to say that, compared to the S4 etc the M5 has better router-level …Forgot to say that, compared to the S4 etc the M5 has better router-level network control (parental etc) and anti-malware filtering/protection. That this isn't even an option on any of the 'pringles tubes', I just take as further evidence that the router inside is cut from a different cloth.


Well it arrived so far so good. Plugged in for an hour now. Seems to do its job with no conflicts
Loving mine! They came yesterday and so far I'm seeing massive improvements. Before I'd get 50mbps in mosg places of house, however now I get 150-250 on WiFi. Seems to have improved my ethernet speed odly enough, now getting around 375mbps! App is nice feature, being about to see connected devices
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