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TP-Link Deco S4 AC1200 Whole-Home Mesh Wi-Fi System 3 Pack - Gigabit Port, Qualcomm CPU, 867Mbps, 4000 sq.ft coverage - £95.79 @ Amazon

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TP-Link Deco S4 AC1200, Pack of 3 for £95.79.

Probably one of the best Wi-Fi 5 Whole-Home Mesh Wi-Fi Systems at this price range!

  • 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

Stable Connections, No More Buffering
Deco S4 provides a lag-free connection to up to 100 devices†. Fast networking experience are guaranteed for all devices, and all applications from surfing, downloading, streaming to gaming. Capability to connect 100 devices is based on testing using a mixed combination of devices.


Seamless Roaming, Always Be Fast
Deco units work together to form one unified network with one single SSID. Your phone or tablet automatically connects to the fastest Deco as you move through your home, creating a truly seamless Wi-Fi experience‡.

2-in-1 Router and Access Point Modes
Flexible and multifunctional, the Deco S4 includes a variety of features allowing it to serve as a router or access point. Just choose the mode for your actual network demands and experience the maximum wireless flexibility.

Wi-Fi Dead-Zone Killer
Get Deco S4 for a strong Wi-Fi signal in every corner of your home up to 4,000 sq.ft (3-pack)†. Wireless connections and optional Ethernet backhaul work together to link Deco units, providing even faster network speeds and truly seamless coverage. Want more coverage? Simply add another Deco.

All Decos Work Together
Deco S4 is compatible with every other Deco model to form a Mesh network. Expand Mesh Wi-Fi coverage anytime by simply adding more Decos.

Deco S4 not just a router, but also a Satelite.

Wi-Fi Made Easy

Clients need to support 802.11k/v/r and may require additional set up. Performance may vary depending on the client device.

Robust Parental Controls
Simple, intuitive parental controls make it easy to keep your children safe while they’re online.
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  1. gameinn's avatar
    Big post on TP-Link products about privacy concerns: reddit.com/r/h…eb/

    They said they "fixed" it in firmware updates but many models like x20-DSL still have latest firmware from before the issue was known so they can't possibly be updated. Would really consider going for something else.
  2. Wibblefish's avatar
    I have a wired network in three rooms in my new build with gigabit fibre but I need to rearrange rooms and both upstairs rooms so the equipment isn't near the network sockets anymore. I have got so used to the speed I really want a wireless solution that gives me at least 500mbit to both rooms and also to project out to a future planned garden room build.

    My existing BT router is also a bit flakey with infrequent but annoying dropouts. Would this be my best solution? Should i also replace the router as it only has 3 ports which isn't really enough for wired devices that ideally I want to connect?

    I don't want to spend a fortune but I want to spend enough to get it working right and at a decent wireless speed
    gameinn's avatar
    You won't get 500 on wireless. Even £400+ mesh systems that have Wifi 6E will struggle to do 400 down with line of sight at ~15m. (edited)
  3. dogsballs's avatar
    I have these and while they do the job they are quite large
    Meathotukdeals's avatar
    These mesh things or your .... erm... name?
  4. hkphooey's avatar
    Is it ever anymore then this? Price is average.
    Decent set but sorry not cheap.
    peterbrookes's avatar
    I agree. The deco e4 is available for £88 currently which offers the same specs. I got the e4 pack for £72 not long ago
  5. Alansmithee's avatar
    Dear sir,

    The price on this I think is just average and it's only wifi5 which going into 2023 is therefore not a great deal because we are likely to see more and better deals. Especially from TP-Link who are going to make a bigger push on Wifi 6 and Wifi 7 gear.

    I bid you good day.
    AdamBrunt's avatar
    Any recommendations for where someone could find a 3 pack WiFi 6 MESH system for anywhere close to £95 ?

    You'd be looking at spending at least double that and if you want tri-band as well then double that again (edited)
  6. Hatsune_MikuwBK's avatar
    Works well, easy setup.

    Can't change WiFi channels manually.
    bensimmo's avatar
    Shouldn't need to, it *should* switch to a better one one. But you can run the optimiser to get it the pick the best from it algorithm.
  7. akhlaq768's avatar
    Is there any other good mesh system with good speed at 2.4 and 5GHz
  8. SandorClegane's avatar
    They are advertised as 867Mbps but I have the set and never get more than 300Mbps when connected wirelessly on any device. I have a 500Mbps internet connection with Virgin Media. 300Mbps is still very good when connected wirelessly (IMO) but the claims made about the speed should be taken with a pinch of salt. (edited)
    rev6's avatar
    What is the link speed between the wireless device and mesh? This should easily max out your network speed but if you are using one of the other nodes, speed will drop since its not Tri-Band.
  9. rincage's avatar
    I have these and they work really well for me.
  10. Jim_Sim's avatar
    I have had these for two years and they work flawlessly. Please understand that mesh systems will only give you 1/3 of the speed due to being a mesh. For instance. Mother mesh connected to router that's 50% loss then it beams to another that's another 25% loss. I'm on VM and get 372mbps but my mesh only gives me 118mbps.
    rev6's avatar
    Wired backhaul or Tri-Band is the way to go.
  11. meathane's avatar
    Garbage product. So many issues with these. As a display of it's garbage, today the internet died on every device connected, and the DNS settings had been reset to blank. If you don't know what that means, and don't worry, most people probably don't, then this is not something you want to have to muck about with. Good luck to anybody who is not a computer nerd with these. Avoid.
    rev6's avatar
    Blank DNS means it'll use ISP DNS or nothing at all?
  12. bensimmo's avatar
    Just replaces mine with S7.
    Pretty much thee same, same size etc. Uses less power I think (plug is rater 1A, S4 was 1.5A, both at 12V)

    Just gains you the additional antenna. Working well.

    Currently (a few days ago) the set of three S7 is ~£115. If they are still that on Amazon, they're a good deal.

    Speed and distance is really on the devices connecting to it.
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