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2-Pack TP-Link Deco M5 AC1300 Whole Home WiFi System EXPIRED

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This Deco M5 WiFi system features up to 1300 Mbps data throughput w/ 2.4/5Ghz frequencies w/ 2x Gigabit Ethernet Ports included. Utilizes multi-user MIMO technology and includes a 2-Year Limited Warranty w/ purchase. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

At the time of research, the 2-Pack TP-Link Deco M5 AC1300 Dual-Band Whole Home WiFi System is $10 lower (26.48% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $136

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2-Pack TP-Link Deco M5 Dual-Band Whole Home Wi-Fi System [bhphotovideo.com]
  • Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)
  • Up to 1300 Mbps Wi-Fi Data Throughput
  • Dual-Band 2.4 and 5 GHz Frequencies
  • 4 x Internal Antennas
  • 1 x Bluetooth Antenna
  • 2 x Gigabit Ethernet Ports per Unit
  • 1 x USB Type-C Power Connector
  • Multi-User MIMO Technology
  • Quad-Core 684 MHz Processors
  • 32MB Flash Memory / 256MB RAM
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Interesting. We have had our Deco M5 for a year and a half now and never experienced a heat issue. Everyone's definition of 'hot' is somewhat subjective, but we do not find anything out of the ordinary in our Deco M5 units. Neither has any of the units ever failed for heat or any other reason. We have never owned such trouble-free hardware as our Deco M5. It has been up and running without any failure from the first moment it turned on.
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Thanks OP. Picked one up. Should work fine in my 1000 sq. ft condo.
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Bluetooth antenna? What is that for?
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This seems to be the sale price at least monthly.
Quite a few times recently and 3 pack occasionally for 135.
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Bluetooth antenna? What is that for?
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Bluetooth antenna? What is that for?
Bluetooth appears to be for setup, using the app: https://www.tp-link.com/us/support/faq/1592/
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Well the M5 is a decent mesh system as mine worked fine, the M5 units tend to get really hot in operation so i returned them and got Orbi which does not overheat.
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Well the M5 is a decent mesh system as mine worked fine, the M5 units tend to get really hot in operation so i returned them and got Orbi which does not overheat.
Interesting. We have had our Deco M5 for a year and a half now and never experienced a heat issue. Everyone's definition of 'hot' is somewhat subjective, but we do not find anything out of the ordinary in our Deco M5 units. Neither has any of the units ever failed for heat or any other reason. We have never owned such trouble-free hardware as our Deco M5. It has been up and running without any failure from the first moment it turned on.
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Interesting. We have had our Deco M5 for a year and a half now and never experienced a heat issue. Everyone's definition of 'hot' is somewhat subjective, but we do not find anything out of the ordinary in our Deco M5 units. Neither has any of the units ever failed for heat or any other reason. We have never owned such trouble-free hardware as our Deco M5. It has been up and running without any failure from the first moment it turned on.
Nor have I. It's been very solid for me. Though, I max out at 8 connected devices.
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Nor have I. It's been very solid for me. Though, I max out at 8 connected devices.
What do you mean max out? I've been considering moving from my Asus 68U mesh setup but I easily have 40 wifi devices.
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I've have 6 of these units since Sam's Club had them marked down to $50 for a 3-pack. I was looking at higher end stuff but this deal was too good to pass up. I've honestly been pretty impressed with them for the price I got them at, but I'd have a hard time recommending them at this price. I would say it's worth paying more for tri-band units like Orbi.
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Does the first unit need to stay connected to the modem/router or is that just for setup? I just watched the video, so curious. Thanks.
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Just an FYI, I have been using the Linksys Velop system on 100mbps internet for the last 6 months and have loved it entirely. Easiest, most stable and smartest wifi I've ever used. I have 4 dual-band nodes (overkill) connected in wired backhaul configuration. The Velop comes with a 3 year warranty vs a 2 year for this setup.

Finding it hard to see the benefits in this system over the Velop. That being said, this is a good price for the Deco
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