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Posted 27 January 2023

TP-Link Deco X55 AX3000 Whole Home AI-Driven Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System, Three Gigabit Ports, Coverage up to 6,500 ft2, Pack of 3 £184.99 @ Amazon

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AX3000 Dual Band Wi-Fi - Super-fast Wi-Fi 6 with speeds up to 3.0 Gbps, 3× Gigabit ports per Deco unit provide sufficient connectivity
4 Streams, Less Lag - 2×2/HE160 2402 Mbps + 2×2 574 Mbps
Boosted Seamless Coverage - Seamless mesh Wi-Fi coverage up to 6,500 ft2 (3-pack)
AI-Driven Mesh - Intelligently learns the network environment to provide ideal Wi-Fi unique to your home, With 3 years manufacture warranty
TP-Link HomeShield - Provides comprehensive network protection, robust parental controls, and real-time IoT protection, Easy setup

Ultra-Fast Wi-Fi 6 Mesh
Armed with Wi-Fi 6 technology, Deco whole home mesh Wi-Fi is designed to deliver a huge boost in coverage, speed, and total capacity. The 160 MHz bandwidth may be unavailable in the 5 GHz band in some regions/countries due to regulatory restrictions.

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AI-Driven Mesh: Always Learning, Constantly Optimizing
Armed with AI-Driven Mesh, Deco X55 delivers smart Wi-Fi that follows you wherever you are, without interruption. It automatically learns your network environment, client quality, and user behaviours. Sophisticated algorithms account for various factors so that Deco X55 provides ideal mesh Wi-Fi, unique to your home. Walk through your home and enjoy seamless streaming at the fastest possible speeds.
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    Would this be any good for virgin broadband
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    I can confirm. I have the M5s. Just go into the virgin hub settings, change to modem only mode (I think u have to setup a password to log back in if u need to change things after). Then just plug one M5 into the first ethernet port, and they'll do the rest. I think all u need to do is tell them (via the app) which is the main node - i.e. The one connected to the router. U can even choose which M5 node connects to another, so u get the best signal. Make sure firmware is current
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    According to the camels, lowest its been
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    Down another £15 since I bought them. Excellent.
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    Same lol shame but these things happen
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    I looked at them on Amazon the weekend im sure they were £164
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    Would anyone know if these are an improvement on the BT whole home x 3 types AC2600 I think (about 3 years old). Mine are okay at best so am looking for something better without paying the earth
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    I'd also like to know this
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    Which one would the readers recommend costco.co.uk/Com…206 or the above please.. All advice is welcome
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    I'd go with these...I've just ordered them. It's a 3 node setup so will ahave more flexibility and the tp link app is decent. These don't have a dedicated backhaul, which might be an issue for some. But they are much cheaper
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    Which of the DECO have 2.5Gbe ports, does anyone know?
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    Just ordered!
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    Just to add to this, I've set them up with virgin media hub in modem mode. I have another router so these and in access point mode only and I have cat6 back haul. Easy to setup and work fine. My friend has a couple of spare m4 nodes I might add into the mesh as well, they aren't WiFi 6 but will be good to extend the WiFi 5 out to places.

    Overall impressed with it all, much better than the Linksys velop I was using before
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    These are good but I would like to know if the X60 are worth the extra, they have 4 antennas, these have just 2. Better or wider range perhaps???
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    I can't compare the two but I'm very happy with my X60 configuration (3 hubs). It doesn't have a dedicated backhaul wireless like the more expensive moddels but you can do it with a lan cable between two hubs. My internet is rated at 900Mbps, I get that on LAN from the first hub, with wireless around 650-700Mbps. The third one furthest away gets me around 400-450Mbps on a daisy-chain setup.

    The only downside is no manual control over selecting which hub connects to which, it does it automatically. TP link have promised to fix that in updates for a very long time, haven't seen any change yet. (edited)
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    Is there much difference with this and the Deco x20? I recently got the x20 at a deal price as well. Wondering if its worth the exchange.
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    Torn between these and second hand Google Nest WiFi's. My Deco P9's have seem to have lost the plot. I have 900mb internet, I get 900 from the vodafone router - my P9's used to do 900 wired, but now max out at 250.
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    I get that problem on occasion. Do you have any ethernet switches? My latest theory is that something running through the switch is causing a reduction in speed - still need more testing tho. I have 1gbps connection on the ethernet going into the switch and out from the switch to my pc/s but when i speed test the pc i should get the full 260mbps which is what my internet speed is, it often drops to 80-90mbps.

    i bought these x55's to try and remedy this, was running them in router mode. Worked fine for a day or so then back to slow wired speeds. So sent them back as obviously my old setup wasnt the problem
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    Do you already need to have a router to plug this into? Or does one of them function as a router (which you connect to a modem) and the others as satellites?
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    You don't need anything other than the router/modem your ISP provided. Set that to modem only mode & connect to 1 of the Decos, which will act as the master for the rest
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