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Leading networking brand TP-Link has announced three significant additions to its highly regarded Deco range of mesh wireless networks and wireless access points. The Deco Wi-Fi Ultimate Whole Home Solution includes a weatherproof access point, a Powerline mesh system and a unit that can be powered over an Ethernet network.

These three new Deco products can provide a mesh network inside and outside. It’s ideal for use in buildings with thick stone walls or complex layouts that are difficult to cover. The new Deco units can be installed on ceilings, walls and other hard-to-reach surfaces, boosting Wi-Fi coverage anywhere.

The first new model is the TP-Link Deco X50-PoE AX3000. It’s a Power over Ethernet, dual-band, mesh system and is available in kits comprising three units and uses the latest Wi-Fi 6 standard. Each unit has two built-in PoE/WAN/LAN auto-sensing ports, a 2.5 Multi-Gig PoE port and a wireless speed of up to 3.0Gbps. The Wi-Fi is split with 2,402Mbps on the 5GHz band and 574Mbps on the 2.4GHz band. A pack of three Deco PX50-PoE units can cover an area of up to 6,500 sq ft and can handle up to 150 devices.

The Deco X50-PoE can be set up wherever there is an Ethernet outlet. The sleek unit can be attached to ceilings or mounted on walls for better Wi-Fi transmission, seamless coverage and more robust Wi-Fi 6 performance. Thanks to PoE (Power over Ethernet), these units can be placed even where there is no electrical outlet and can use the Ethernet connection as a data backhaul alongside its dual-band Wi-Fi.

The Deco X50-Outdoor AX3000 is a dual-band mesh access point that can extend a Wi-Fi network into the garden or areas of a business, such as a yard or other open space. All the Deco Wi-Fi units offer smart roaming with AI-Driven mesh technology that enables users to seamlessly switch between individual Deco units that all use the same network name. The system is intelligent and easy to set up, making it possible to extend a Wi-Fi network almost anywhere.

The Deco X50-Outdoor uses ultra-fast Wi-Fi 6 outdoors with speeds of up to 3.0Gbps wireless speed split between the 5GHz and 2.4GHz bands. Each unit can cover an area of up to 2,500 sq ft and handles up to 150 client devices.

The Deco X50-Outdoor is certified waterproof and dustproof to withstand dust particles and heavy rain. Using PoE, outdoor installation is easy, enabling the unit to be mounted on a pole, wall or table.

Perhaps the most exciting unit of the three new Deco products is the PX50. This new Deco is the long-awaited successor to TP-Link’s excellent Deco P9 and combines dual-band Wi-Fi 6 AX3000 and G.hn Powerline 1500Mbps. Powerline sends data over a home or office’s electrical circuits using the wires like an Ethernet network. Powerline is ideal for buildings with thick walls that can hamper or restrict Wi-Fi signals.

The Deco PX50 provides Wi-Fi speeds up to 3.0Gbps, split across the 5GHz and 2.4GHz bands. A kit of three Deco PX50 units can wirelessly cover areas up to 6,500 sq ft and can handle up to 150 devices. Using the Powerline backhaul, the Deco PX50 adds a third lane for data to travel across, giving it the kind of performance you might get from a tri-band mesh router, establishing stronger connections between individual Deco units.

All three Deco units use the latest WPA3 encryption for sending data over Wi-Fi, plus there’s also TP-Link’s HomeShield built in for an extra layer of security. HomeShield can block- inappropriate content and includes a full suite of parental controls to protect family members from unwanted content. In addition, TP-Link supports Quality of Service (QoS) and network protection to keep the home network as safe and secure as possible.

Pricing & Availability: Th Deco X50-PoE AX3000 Dual-Band Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System with PoE (3-pack) sells for $349.99 and is available on Amazon. The Deco X50-Outdoor AX3000 Dual-Band Mesh Wi-Fi 6 Unit (single pack) costs $149.99 and is available for pre-order on Amazon and will begin shipping in late November. The Deco PX50 AX3000 Powerline Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System (3-pack) will be priced at $299.99 and ready to ship in December, just in time for the Christmas homecoming season.

More info: www.tp-link.com/us

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