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TP-Link WiFi 6 Mesh Router Replacement System | 2- /W6000/AX3000 (DECO X60) Mesh Router | 2- W3600/AX1800 Mesh Routers (DECO X20)

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This is a great deal for TP Link DECO X20/AX1800 OR TP Link DECO X60/W6000/AX3000
Additional discount Code WOWFRESH ($10 OFF) + AMEX ($10 OFF when you spend $35+ on walmart.com - upto 4 times)

TP-Link Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Router Replacement System | 2- Mesh Routers | Deco W6000(2-pack) | 5,000 sq. ft. of WiFi Coverage | Same As Deco X60/AX3000 - 2PK

Price $151 - $10 (Amex) - $10 Code (WOWFRESH) = $131 total
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Price $123 - $10 (Amex) - $10 Code (WOWFRESH) = $103 total

**** For W6000 Price keeps changing between 123 and 151. Keep a watch so your total will be $103

UPDATE: I actually got back $40 from Amex instead of $10 . Don't know why. Attached are screenshots in images section for proof. ( AMEX ($10 OFF when you spend $35+ on walmart.com - upto 4 times)- Make sure you add Amex offer to the card before the purchase

https://www.walmart.com/ip/TP-Lin.../609067833

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TP-Link WiFi 6 Mesh Router Replacement System | 2- AX1800 Mesh Routers | Coverage up to 4,000 Sq ft. | Same as Deco X20/AX1800 - 2PK

Price $131 - $10 (Amex) - $10 Code (WOWFRESH) = $111 total
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Price $111 - $10 (Amex) - $10 Code (WOWFRESH) = $91 total

**** For W3800 Price keeps changing between 111 and 131. Keep a watch so your total will be $91


https://www.walmart.com/ip/TP-Lin...hbdg=L1300

ALSO POSTED IS SCREESNHOT OF MY ORDER WITH FINAL PRICE. ($113) + AMEX $10 WILL GET BACK ON CARD - MAKING IT $103
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ChadP25 asked this question on 01-18-2022 at 10:14 AM
01-18-2022 at 05:34 PM
Perhaps, but its a good price. You can always sell one of the nodes separately if not needed. They are able to function independently.
AbSoluTc asked this question on 01-19-2022 at 10:45 AM
01-22-2022 at 06:33 PM
Eero is good too.. But if you want WiFi 6 AX model its over 250-300$ .. Cheaper ones are AC models.
Intranetizen asked this question on 01-18-2022 at 11:39 AM
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Since Amex offer has expired, you may also consider this TP Deco Link M9 Plus 3 pack from BH Photo [bhphotovideo.com], currently at $139 as refurb. It has tri band, which works much better than dual band when ethernet backhaul is not available. Comparison discussion can be found on TP Link forum [tp-link.com]. M9 performs better than X60 in general. If you have < 500Mbps speed, M9 is a better choice. Otherwise X90/X5700 would fit with WiFi 6.

I placed my order for M9 on Tuesday and received it yesterday. 3 units in almost new condition. Coverage and speed is excellent for my 3 level townhouse. M9 can also be mounted vertically on outlet with 3rd party brackets, saving space and wires in sight.
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Note that this and new tp-link router models no longer come with free lifetime security and antivirus, like the older ones. The new AX3000 was one of the first to start charging a monthly subscription fee.

Otherwise I'd have bought an AX3000 this past black friday. Its predecessor came with the subscription.

Not only does it do live antivirus, it isolates you IoT items if they appear to be misbehaving.

So I'll stick with the Deco m9+ until it rolls over and dies.
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Quote from mycardson :
Since Amex offer has expired, you may also consider this TP Deco Link M9 Plus 3 pack from BH Photo [bhphotovideo.com], currently at $139 as refurb. It has tri band, which works much better than dual band when ethernet backhaul is not available. Comparison discussion can be found on TP Link forum [tp-link.com]. M9 performs better than X60 in general. If you have < 500Mbps speed, M9 is a better choice. Otherwise X90/X5700 would fit with WiFi 6.

I placed my order for M9 on Tuesday and received it yesterday. 3 units in almost new condition. Coverage and speed is excellent for my 3 level townhouse. M9 can also be mounted vertically on outlet with 3rd party brackets, saving space and wires in sight.
M9 is AC, not AX…
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M9 is AC, not AX…
WiFi 6 vs WiFi 5, AX vs AC. Indeed WiFi 6 / AX has better spec on paper, but it requires proper hardware beneath that. Dual band on X60/X20 makes it lose the full potential of WiFi 6 / AX. For sub 500 Mbps scenario, M9 performs better than X60/X20, especially with wireless backhaul.
For giga bit net speed, this Costco deal for AX 5700 is a true upgrade over X60/X20.
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So I have a Linksys EAS900 (I think that's the name). It's a triband gigabit router. I have issues though because it's downstairs and my Xbox SX is upstairs and I get connection drops often on warzone. Just five to ten seconds at a time but always midfight and gets super frustrating.

Would I be able to buy these to expand my coverage area or should I actually get an entire new router?
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WiFi 6 vs WiFi 5, AX vs AC. Indeed WiFi 6 / AX has better spec on paper, but it requires proper hardware beneath that. Dual band on X60/X20 makes it lose the full potential of WiFi 6 / AX. For sub 500 Mbps scenario, M9 performs better than X60/X20, especially with wireless backhaul.
For giga bit net speed, this Costco deal for AX 5700 is a true upgrade over X60/X20.
Would you mind taking a look at my question above and letting me know what you think? I am not very knowledgeable about router technology and I thought my linksys was going to be "future proof" for years, but the connection drops I'm experiencing on Xbox are pretty annoying. I had considered upgrading to an Asus wifi 6 gaming router for $250 but wondering if these mesh devices would fix my problem by expanding coverage
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Would you mind taking a look at my question above and letting me know what you think? I am not very knowledgeable about router technology and I thought my linksys was going to be "future proof" for years, but the connection drops I'm experiencing on Xbox are pretty annoying. I had considered upgrading to an Asus wifi 6 gaming router for $250 but wondering if these mesh devices would fix my problem by expanding coverage
To start with trouble shooting, have you tried putting your Xbox downstairs closer to the Linksys router? If connection still drops often, the router itself needs replacement.
Otherwise, the ceiling/wall might be the cause. You can download some wifi analyze app on your phone and test the signal strength on 1st/2nd floor, to see if it becomes a lot weaker on 2nd floor. Mesh routers like this deal can help with signal passing walls, but only to a certain level. You can try it out and X60/X5700 set is "future proof" for sure.
Ultimately, the most efficient way is to combine with ethernet backhaul. If your house doesn't have built-in ethernet port on 1st and 2nd floor, check coax port [hdlautomation.com], which is standard in all houses. Then you can get a pair of ethernet over coax adapter [amazon.com] and connect your Mesh routers via ethernet cable, which will solve the wall issue much better.
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Quote from mycardson :
To start with trouble shooting, have you tried putting your Xbox downstairs closer to the Linksys router? If connection still drops often, the router itself needs replacement.
Otherwise, the ceiling/wall might be the cause. You can download some wifi analyze app on your phone and test the signal strength on 1st/2nd floor, to see if it becomes a lot weaker on 2nd floor. Mesh routers like this deal can help with signal passing walls, but only to a certain level. You can try it out and X60/X5700 set is "future proof" for sure.
Ultimately, the most efficient way is to combine with ethernet backhaul. If your house doesn't have built-in ethernet port on 1st and 2nd floor, check coax port [hdlautomation.com], which is standard in all houses. Then you can get a pair of ethernet over coax adapter [amazon.com] and connect your Mesh routers via ethernet cable, which will solve the wall issue much better.
Thanks!! Appreciate it!
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Anyone else notice that when you compare the w6000 and the deco x60 on tp-link's website, the difference is that the X60 has 6 streams vs the 4 streams on the w6000.
Just pointing it out, as it seems the w6000 isn't exactly the same as the x60 as the first post may lead you to believe. Also, if you try to setup the mesh system as an x60, the app will tell you that it's a w6000, not an x60.
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thanks OP, decided to get these Mesh routers for the first time! I had been using Archer C9 (AC1900) for the past 6 years, and it's been working flawlessly, but I'm ready to soon try these out

UPDATE: I decided to cancel the order (didn't pick it up at the Walmart store), as the actual X60 version is better in terms of more simultaneous data streams (6 on the X60, vs. only 4 on W6000), as well as the fact that the X60 version comes with lifetime HomeCare antivirus protection (whereas this W6000 only has the limited/stripped version of HomeShield which isn't nearly as good and is hidden behind a subscription paywall). At Costco, a 3-pack of X60 is occasionally on sale for $219.99, making it $73.33 per node (vs. the $61.71 per node in this $123.41 per 2-pack deal); in my opinion, the additional $11.62 per node is justified for those two above reasons alone, not to mention the Costco return policy should anything go wrong.
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Anyone else notice that when you compare the w6000 and the deco x60 on tp-link's website, the difference is that the X60 has 6 streams vs the 4 streams on the w6000.
Just pointing it out, as it seems the w6000 isn't exactly the same as the x60 as the first post may lead you to believe. Also, if you try to setup the mesh system as an x60, the app will tell you that it's a w6000, not an x60.
Correct, see my post above, and that's the exact reason why I canceled this Walmart W6000 order and will instead hold out for a sale on the real X60 (waiting for $219.99 for a 3-pack from Costco).
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Correct, see my post above, and that's the exact reason I canceled this Walmart W6000 order and will hold out for a sale on the real X60 instead ($219.99 from Costco).
I got the deal at the $103 price point. They're way better than my old onhub with a google node. So at that price I think it's worth it even if it's 4 streams. I guess it all depends on what you need. I don't need much and I have wired backhaul.
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I got the deal at the $103 price point. They're way better than my old onhub with a google node. So at that price I think it's worth it even if it's 4 streams. I guess it all depends on what you need. I don't need much and I have wired backhaul.
So x60 is better than w6000???
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So x60 is better than w6000???
X60 has 6 streams, but W6000 supports 160 MHz Bandwidth, so it's not cut and dry. I had buyer's remorse over the W6000 for a couple of weeks, but I'm getting my 400/20 plan speeds over my entire house, so I can't legitimately complain.

If I switch, it will probably be to the Deco AX5700 system.
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Just installed this and was getting 400-650mbps on wireless and 920mbps on wired initially. It suddenly become capped at 100mbps for all connections. Anyone encountered the same and any solutions?
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I'm going to repost my comment from the Costco Deco X5700 thread since many people are comparing them. I bought both the W6000 2-pack and the X5700 2-pack. I expected the X5700 to blow the W6000 out of the water in range/speed and intended to keep them at 2x the price if so. Please note all my comments below are relating to the Costco Deco X5700 since I posted the original comment there (reading it will be confusing if you don't keep that in mind.) My actual results are below 👇

Alright. After a few days of my package making the rounds at the UPS facility I got these and hooked them up. Here are some details to gauge my experience.

Broadband: AT&T Fiber 1000/1000 connection. Real world Ethernet speed is usually ~950/950 at the modem.

Location: 3600sqft house + basement & garage for a total of ~5000. Very long house (not square) semi-open concept. 2 floors + basement. Routers are at the 2 far ends of the house on the first floor so the middle 2nd floor is always spotty for coverage.

Previous Setup: Upgraded from 3 ASUS Blue Cave AC2600 routers. My hope was to be able to cover the house with 2 instead of 3. I have an Ethernet backhaul connecting 2/3 of my ASUS routers with the 3rd upstairs to cover the dead zone.

I just purchased the 2 Deco W6000 routers from the Walmart Slickdeals so I am directly comparing this X5700 setup to both those and my ASUS routers.

Observations:

1. These routers are large, much taller than either my ASUS or Deco W6000s. They are triband and have 3x3 MU-MIMO with 6 antennas so that makes sense considering both my other setups are dual band.

2. Speed: These are quick but not that impressive speed wise. When next to the router, the max speeds I saw were 450-500 down and up on my connection. This is slower than both my other setups. ASUS averaged 500-600 and the Deco W6000 managed over ~700/600. I used my iPhone 12 mini for all tests. It is WiFi 6 compatible but cannot utilize the 3x3 MU-MIMO of the X5700's which is the ONLY explanation I can think of for the W6000 being faster.

3. Range: These pretty easily covered my entire house. My non-scientific results are that my iPhone never showed less than 2/3 WiFi bars even at the "dead spot" on my second floor. I got about 200/200 at that spot. I also got decent range in my backyard and it was noticeably improved vs my ASUS routers. What did surprise me is that the range was not noticeably better than the Deco W6000 routers. Like not at all, the range may have been a little worse which I can't wrap my head around.

4. Other: Setup was stupid easy with these. With the app I was able to get these up and running in about 15mins. My ASUS routers were far more complex and took over an hour with multiple errors in between. TP link has really knocked it out of the park with setup on these.

The extra features are super minimal on these. For someone who just wants an easy setup that works. Those looking for more advanced features should go for ASUS or another brand, though you will likely pay more.

All in all, these routers confirmed for me how much of an unbelievable deal the 2 pack of W6000s were for $123. This is likely due to my wired backhaul but FWIW I'm returning this set and keeping the W6000 2-pack at half the price.
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