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Orbi is plaqued with reliability issues that depend on firmware version updates. It wins the "speed" race but who cares. I want something that works reliably and i dont think about. As for speed, I am easily getting 200 everywhere now, so what else do I need? Don't get caught up in the numbers race, only thing that matters is does it provide enough speed for the stuff you do. I have one set of Deco M9 and its great! I just ordered a second set. Bang for buck, this is the deal to get for a tri-band mesh system.

It's costco, just buy and try to see how it is. You dont like return it. Don't waste time cruising forums asking opinions and endless questions, it's easier to just get it and see for yourself. You'll spend far less time just buying and trying.

There's no risk, what are you waiting for?
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I have the deco 3pk.
My house is 6000 sqft and this was probably overkill.
So far it works great and none of my smart devices have been dropped since setting up 3 months ago.

Prior setup was archer C7 + 3 extenders. I constantly dropped light switches and a camera as they switched from router to extender.
None of that with the Deco.
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I wouldn't necessarily dismiss the issues. I had the Orbi RBK50 set and while it was fast and coverage good, it had serious issues with some of my WiFi connected light bulbs (light bulbs could never see the 2.4Ghz network) and my Ring security cameras (rendered them without the ability to view their feeds live). Whether this is Netgear or Ring's problem, I'm not sure, but once I switched to a different system (Linksys Velop and now Deco M9), my connectivity issues disappeared.
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Thanks, been waiting for one!
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Online only? Or also available in store?
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Amazing deal on an amazing mesh system. Dont hesitate, buy these if youre in the market for a wifi upgrade!

Only negative is my state is one where tax is calculated on the pre discount price.
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Online only? Or also available in store?
I'm pretty sure the add I got in the mail said it would be online only.Not 100% sure though
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For the people in the know ... I have done all sorts of research on mesh networks and now I am all confused. Tom's hardware and other review sites rave about the netgear orbi ... but real human reviews complain about problems with dropped connections and other issues with Apple devices.

So what to do at this point? Is the Deco a better option? What about the Samsung Smart things?

Some have complained about the performance on the Deco compared to the Orbi, but I am not sure that is relevant when my fios connection 100/100 ...

Someone please enlighten me
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I have the deco 3pk.
My house is 6000 sqft and this was probably overkill.
So far it works great and none of my smart devices have been dropped since setting up 3 months ago.

Prior setup was archer C7 + 3 extenders. I constantly dropped light switches and a camera as they switched from router to extender.
None of that with the Deco.
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For the people in the know ... I have done all sorts of research on mesh networks and now I am all confused. Tom's hardware and other review sites rave about the netgear orbi ... but real human reviews complain about problems with dropped connections and other issues with Apple devices.

So what to do at this point? Is the Deco a better option? What about the Samsung Smart things?

Some have complained about the performance on the Deco compared to the Orbi, but I am not sure that is relevant when my fios connection 100/100 ...

Someone please enlighten me
Orbi is plaqued with reliability issues that depend on firmware version updates. It wins the "speed" race but who cares. I want something that works reliably and i dont think about. As for speed, I am easily getting 200 everywhere now, so what else do I need? Don't get caught up in the numbers race, only thing that matters is does it provide enough speed for the stuff you do. I have one set of Deco M9 and its great! I just ordered a second set. Bang for buck, this is the deal to get for a tri-band mesh system.

It's costco, just buy and try to see how it is. You dont like return it. Don't waste time cruising forums asking opinions and endless questions, it's easier to just get it and see for yourself. You'll spend far less time just buying and trying.

There's no risk, what are you waiting for?
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Is this a big upgrade over M4?
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How does this compare to Eero? I bought a 3 pack on prime day that I haven't opened yet.
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For the people in the know ... I have done all sorts of research on mesh networks and now I am all confused. Tom's hardware and other review sites rave about the netgear orbi ... but real human reviews complain about problems with dropped connections and other issues with Apple devices.

So what to do at this point? Is the Deco a better option? What about the Samsung Smart things?

Some have complained about the performance on the Deco compared to the Orbi, but I am not sure that is relevant when my fios connection 100/100 ...

Someone please enlighten me
All mesh gear have the same problem with Apple products, thats Apples fault for using only 5ghz. You want to solve it, move your nodes closer together, and it should resolve the problem for 99% of the Apple users.

Orbi is the best of the best period, as for reliability issues they are pretty much non existent just a handful of vocal people among a sea of satisfied users with the occasional problem and dont know what to blame it on. The Triband Velop is usually the number two followed by the deco m9 in third.

As the other guy said, its Costco, no harm in buying and trying.
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Is this a big upgrade over M4?
If your not using ethernet backhaul its a huge upgrade and also includes the home automation hub.

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How does this compare to Eero? I bought a 3 pack on prime day that I haven't opened yet.
Its close but the Deco is slightly better in performance and can also act as a home automation hub.
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Is this a big upgrade over M4?
Heck yes (if youre not using ethernet to connect the units) and I believe the M4 doesnt have QOS.

I think the physical design is a lot more appealing than ugly towers
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If your not using ethernet backhaul its a huge upgrade and also includes the home automation hub.



Its close but the Deco is slightly better in performance and can also act as a home automation hub.
I feel like the point a lot of people skip over here is that the higher price for these mesh systems is basically in replacement for the effort in figuring out some ethernet backhaul. it will always be better in the long run to just get the wires in place. second best would be getting a decent powerline ethernet kit. if neither of those is palpable THEN the mesh kits are a good choice.
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