TP-Link Deco Whole Home Mesh WiFi System – Up to 4,500 Sq. ft Coverage, WiFi Router/WiFi Extender Replacement, Seamless Roaming, Parental Controls, Plug-in Design, Works with Alexa (Deco M3 3-Pack)

(5 customer reviews)


*Maximum wireless transmission rates are the physical rates derived from IEEE standard 802 11 Specifications Range and coverage specifications along with the number of connected devices were defined according to test results under normal usage conditions Actual wireless transmission rate wireless coverage and number of connected devices are not and will vary as a result of 1) environmental factors including building materials physical objects and obstacles 2) network conditions including local interference volume and density of traffic product location network complexity and network overhead and 3) client limitations including rated performance location connection quality and client condition

JD Power Award —Highest in customer satisfaction for wireless routers 2017 and 2019
Long Range Coverage: Deco uses a system of units to achieve seamless whole home WiFi coverage up to 4, 500 sq. ft and eliminate wifi dead zones.
Better than traditional WiFi Booster: TP-Link mesh technology allows Deco units to form a single mesh network optimize Wi-Fi traffic and keep connected devices running at top speeds as you move around your house
Dual Band WiFi Mesh Network System: Fast AC1200 Dual Band WiFi makes the deco capable of providing high speed wifi and lag-free connections for more devices.
Convenient plug-in design to extender Wi-Fi to wherever you want to enjoy smooth browsing and streaming throughout your home
Robust parental control limits online time and blocks inappropriate websites according to unique profiles created for each family member
Setup is easier than ever with the Deco app there to walk you through every step
Industry leading 2 year and 24/7 technical Support

Based on 5 reviews

3.8 overall

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  1. Jason C.

    I’ve had this mesh wifi up for a day and so far so good. I tested the internet speeds in the far reaches of my home and the speed has doubled. I like the compact plug in extenders. I barely notice them on the walls. I downloaded the app to install the system. Super easy to setup. I like the convenience of the app. The app also has parental controls so I can monitor/restrict what my kids do on the net.

    Jason C.

  2. G. Ng

    I have a 2 story, 2,600 sq foot house. My current TP Link Router performs well in the main room but drops off in the furthest bedroom upstairs. I thought this new unit would do the trick but in reality it created dead spots all over the house. I tried moving the extenders to every outlet but they just did not seem to put out much of a signal unless you put the extenders very close to each other. For example, the main router is in the Family Room. Next to the FR is the Dining and Living Room. With no extender the signal was terrible, perhaps <3Mbps. Plug in the extender and it jumped to 50Mbps. The rooms are side by side. Basically, you need an extender every 25 feet or so. Upstairs in the bedroom with the normal router I would get <5Mbps. With the extender it jumped up to maybe 15Mbps but now the rest of the bedrooms had zero signal. So my experience is that you need a lot of extenders, you need to place them very close, which isn't very cost effective. My thoughts with Mesh was that I would get a relatively consistent strong signal throughout the house but with this product and my house it just created tons of dead spots.Note that every house is different so your experience might be better. But I plugged in my original TP Link router and it's working better, it's more consistent, and even with the poor speeds in the distant corners of the house a better solution. I will try mesh again, just a different brand.

    G. Ng

  3. R. Carlson

    I bought this Mesh system thinking that it would work with all my smart home devices. It has both 2.4 and 5 GHz networks, which is what I needed. But what they don’t tell you is that with the M3, you can’t shut off the 5 GHz or the 2.4 if you need to.I have 3 devices, cameras, that REQUIRE 2.4 GHz, along with four hard-wired smart switches. Since the Deco doesn’t seem to differentiate between 5 and 2.4, my phone automatically connects to 5. Well, when I go to setup the cameras and switches with the apps in my phone, they won’t work. They either flat out tell me I need a 2.4 GHz network, or they just get stuck.At any rate, the M5 and above DO allow for shutting off the 5 or the 2.4 if need be. But the M3 does NOT. Nothing in the horrible instructions (about 50 languages of size 3pt text), nothing on the website unless you dig deep into the community forums. Apparently there’s a firmware update coming out to resolve this. Why they didn’t include it in the first place is beyond me. So for now I wait…cameras and office lights won’t work, but that’s fine I guess. I can tie in the old router for the time being.

    R. Carlson

  4. Alex B.

    I was afraid that I might be sacrificing speed for coverage when I purchased this mesh system. You see…my old wifi router was an AC1750, wheras this is an AC1200. However…boy was I wrong!! Maybe it’s because the house is now blanketed with such a strong and consistent signal that the speed has actually improved as well. This system is designed for a house twice the size of mine, but I wanted to be safe than sorry. There are quite a few upgrades to the technology my old wifi router had. First of all, my old router put out 2 seperate network names for the 2.4 and 5 ghz frequencies, which was rather annoying when I had to manually change the wifi network depending on which room of the house I was in. This mesh network not only puts out just one network name, but it will automatically choose which of the 2.4 or 5 ghz frequency works best for your device. Secondly, the 2 range extenders seamlessly push the wifi to the weaker areas of the house. However, unlike the old range extenders you’d buy, these work on the same network name and do not degrade the signal at all. Lastly, the set up was super simple, which was all driven by the mobile app. It guides you step-by-step along the process. There is even a WPS button right within the app; not physically on the device. Therefore, if you need to make the router discoverable, there’s no longer a need to climb to where ever you put the router to push a physical WPS button, and then have to sprint to your device to make sure they are both in discovery mode at the same time. This made my life sooo much easier!! I am thrilled that I finally have reliable and consistent wifi in my home again, and think this system is worth every penny! I hope this helps!!

    Alex B.

  5. Jack E. Logan

    This router can not be set up without a smart phone of tablet using a third party application. Then you are required to supply all the info on your device and create an account (read:you can’t do anything with a device you own without going through tp-link and getting their permission). You do not have a direct link between your device and the router. TP-Link even has access to your passwords and if you have any IoT or security devices they can get to those , also. I can just picture them looking through my security cameras to spy on us!

    Jack E. Logan