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TP-Link Deco X60(3-pack) AX3000 Whole Home Mesh WiFi - $359.99

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[Newegg] TP-Link Deco X60(3-pack) AX3000 Whole Home Mesh WiFi - $359.99

$399.99 - $40 off using promo code 93XRC39, and free shipping. Better be quick though, as the promo code expires tomorrow (May 27th).

Appears to be the lowest it's ever been, according to CCC. Very tempted...
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Can you use 2 in one home, and 1 in another by itself? Or is there a main one + 2 extenders?
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sheepe wrote: Can you use 2 in one home, and 1 in another by itself? Or is there a main one + 2 extenders?
All the units are identical, so you can do that setup.
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Good deal. I bought the 2-pack and wish I went 3 instead. In order to expand, I bought 2x more X20s. One of the advantages of the deco line you can mix and match.

All hardwired.
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Sorry router noob here. But it looks like only two band, given the price are three bands better option?
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Very tempted too...I bought the Eero 5 but I've been having issues with 2.4 GHz devices connecting even when turning off band steering and setting it into 2.4 GHz mode.

I have a C2600 which was decent but for some reason neither router or mesh system was giving me over 150 Mbps even when right beside the router / main gateway and on 5 GHz.

I have the HH3000 with Bell and get full wifi speeds with that weirdly enough when right beside it (500 / 300). I've turned off the wifi on the hub for now.
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HotDealBreaker wrote: Sorry router noob here. But it looks like only two band, given the price are three bands better option?
Hard to find a tri-band wifi6 mesh system at this price I think. and having the backhaul as wifi6 could theoretically be better than a dedicated ac/wifi5 that a triband could offer.

Looking exclusively at bandwidth (which may not be relevant), this dual band should have the same as most tri-band mesh systems
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Been waiting for this to sell below $300. Come onnnn we're almost there! 🤞Four Leaf Clover
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Good deal. These look to support ethernet backhaul! Sweet
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redkulat wrote: I have the HH3000 with Bell and get full wifi speeds with that weirdly enough when right beside it (500 / 300). I've turned off the wifi on the hub for now.
I have the Bell 3000 as well - how do I turn off the wifi?

Thanks for your help!
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bjl1830 wrote: I have the Bell 3000 as well - how do I turn off the wifi?

Thanks for your help!
Yeah this will do the trick...although I have no idea why my speeds are no where near the same when using a router on 5ghz right beside it. I haven't been able to resolve it...I thought it could be the cat5e cable but when I hardwire using my PC to the modem it's full speeds.

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