TP-Link launches new Deco M4 whole home mesh WiFi system

TP-Link has launched its new Deco M4 whole home WiFi system, the latest addition to the brand’s lineup of mesh solutions.

Unlike the previous disc-shaped products (Deco M9 Plus, Deco P7 and Deco M5), Deco M4 is an affordable column-shaped product that provides the AC1200 whole home mesh Wi-Fi, designed for medium-sized houses.

Multiple units work together to create a seamless home wireless network where phones and tablets automatically switch to the fastest Deco as you move through your home, creating a disconnection free environment.

Deco M4 is comprised of two units that can be customised to fit WiFi coverage needs to up to 2,800 square feet. With additional units, and compatibility with Deco M5, Deco P7 and Deco M9 Plus, the Deco M4 system can be easily scaled up to accommodate even larger spaces.

The dual-band AC1200 system is capable of throughput speeds of 300Mbps on the 2.4GHz band and 867Mbps on the 5GHz band and it supports MU-MIMO data streaming. Deco M4 utilises Adaptive Path Selection (APS) to ensure the network is always operating at top speeds, quickly identifying and selecting the fastest path for devices to connect to the network. With network speeds three times faster than the previous generation routers, thanks to 802.11ac wireless technology, Deco can provide lag-free connections to up to 100 devices.

Simple, intuitive parental controls allow you to manage and monitor who accesses which network services and for how long. Give each member of your family their own profile so you have control over how long children, for example, spend online each day even when you’re not home. Monthly usage reports are automatically sent to your phone to keep you apprised of activity on your network.

Currently available as a two-unit multi-pack, the Deco M4 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi system will launch first in Argos.

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