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TP-Link Deco XE75 review | Tom’s Guide

TP-Link Deco XE75: Specs

Wi-Fi specification: AXE 5400(802.11ax, 5.4 Gbps throughput)
Number of antennas/removable: 4/No
Router ports: 3
Satellite ports: 3; can be used to connect satellite to router with cabling  
Processor: Quad-core 1.7GHz
Wi-Fi chip: Broadcom
Peak 802.11ax performance: 1.220Gbps (at 15 feet)
Maximum range: 100 feet
Size: 6.8 x 4.1x 4.1 inches
Estimated annual electricity cost: $ 18.40 (for router and satellite)

TP-Link takes the lead in the increasingly competitive Wi-Fi 6E mesh market with its Deco XE75. The two-part mesh kit holds the record for data flow and is one of the least expensive systems in its class. Compared to the $1,500 Netgear Orbi RBKE963, the $300 Deco XE75 seems like a bargain basement special. With excellent data flow through walls, close up and at middle distances as well as built-in security, it’s anything but that. Besides being easy to set up, the Deco XE75 includes two years of warranty and support.

That said, it only has three Ethernet ports, one of which is used for the router’s incoming broadband signal. Plus, the Deco XE75 only came in two packs (at launch), so larger homes will likely suffer from Wi-Fi dead zones. Our TP-Link Deco XE75 review will help you decide if it’s one of the best mesh routers available today.

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