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$200 - TP-Link Deco WiFi 6 Mesh System(Deco X20) 3 Pack

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TP-Link Deco WiFi 6 Mesh System(Deco X20) - Covers up to 5800 Sq.Ft. , Replaces Wireless Routers and Extenders(3-Pack, 6 Ethernet Ports in total, supports Wired Ethernet Backhaul)

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How is it compared to AX3600 (_https://www.costco.com/tp-link-deco-wi-fi-6-tri-band-whole-home-mesh-wi-fi-system%2c-3-pack.product.100775280.html_) from costco for $270?
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do I have it right that this 3 pack is $200, but in a 2 pack configuration from Walmart, it is $149?

Is this [walmart.com]the same device with one fewer unit?
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What's the high end deco m6? Do you come in set of 3 or just 2?
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How is it compared to AX3600 (_https://www.costco.com/tp-link-deco-wi-fi-6-tri-band-whole-home-mesh-wi-fi-system%2c-3-pack.product.100775280.html_) from costco for $270?
This is dual band while Costco version is triband
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The promotional code you entered is not valid.
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Quote from czwin :
Okay, hear me out. I used to have an eero wifi 5 mesh dualband and now I am using DECO x60 wifi 6 dualband, similar to x20 but faster.

it depends on whether devices in your household capable of utilizing Wifi6. M9 is wifi 5 with triband means it has 1x2.4ghz and 2x5ghz(dualband+ac(newer 5ghz)) [howtogeek.com]. With that said, each device will connect only one of those networks at a time but the hotspot will assign device to specific band based on the signal strength. good part of having two 5ghz is it helps network congestion in a room crowded with devices that are using 5ghz.

Deco x20 is Wifi 6 dualband mesh. so 1x2.4ghz and 1x5ghz but completely different wifi standard. speedwise, there is not much to mention in 2.4ghz band , the "theoretical" speed in 5ghz got a big bump across the variants of wifi 6 mesh.
Again, the speed bump in 5ghz is only useful if your clients/devices support wifi 6 standard.

hope this helps
In real world use, the real benefit of tri-band is if you need to have a wireless mesh, since it can use the extra band to communicate with each node. If you have it ethernet backhauled, there's not much real world benefit to the third band.

For people who have to ask the question, chances are they are not going to take advantage of the technology.

Thus, i keep my advice simple for people:
If you are able to have each individual unit connected by ethernet, you don't need tri-band.
If you cannot have each unit connected by ethernet, then get tri-band.
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These are awesome. I have a 3400 square foot home and these cover the entire house entire back yard, sides and front yard with full bars all around. 2 xbox series x one wired and one on wifi with online gaming a tv or 2 streaming Netflix, 5 ring cameras and a ring door bell, a few smart devices all running at the same time with no slowdowns. I pondered on this system for weeks maybe even a few months and finally got it and damn did I wish I had bought it a lot sooner. Especially for my ring cameras that with the old Netgear nighthawk kept losing signal and or weak signals, now they all have full bars . I have the one connected to the router upstairs in the loft, one downstairs in the front living room and one in the downstairs back family room. If you have corners with no signals get this system, can't go wrong.
You mention you have (2) xbox series one x with these Deco X20's - one hard wired and one on wifi. When you say hardwired do you mean wired into one of the X20's via their ethernet ports? Do you notice a difference between the hard wired xbox and the wifi one? How is the latency for online gaming with the xbox and the X20's?

Thanks,

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