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TP-Link Deco X68 (AX3600) Wi-Fi 6 Home Mesh Router System is launched

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The TP-Link Deco X68 (AX3600) home network router system has been launched with support for three-band Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. The new router system comes as an upgrade to the existing TP-Link Deco X60, which was introduced last year. Unlike the earlier model, which integrated 5GHz and 2.4GHz bands, the Deco X68 network offers an additional 5GHz bandwidth to work as a “strong feedback” between Deco devices. The TP-Link Deco X68 is said to provide speeds of up to 3600 Mbps and allow internet connection for up to 150 devices.

The TP-Link Deco X68 (AX3600) network Wi-Fi router system costs $ 279.99 (approximately Rs 21,000). It will soon be available for purchase in the US through Amazon. However, details about prices in India and the availability of the TP-Link Deco X68 have not been disclosed.

TP-Link Deco X68 (AX3600) network Wi-Fi router system comes with tri-band support and provides Wi-Fi 6 coverage on 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands. With two deco devices, the network system can offer connectivity up to 5,500 square feet. However, consumers can extend the coverage to 7,000 square feet using three deco devices.

TP-Link provide its artificial intelligence-powered network technology, which is advertised to intelligently learn the network environment to provide perfect Wi-Fi connectivity for all devices in your home. It is also available with HomeShield security services, which are said to help protect connected devices.

The Deco X68 network system supports OFDMA and MU-MIMO technologies to offer Wi-Fi connectivity in a dense environment.

In terms of speed, TP-Link claims that the new network system is capable of delivering up to 3,600Mbps. This is identical to what you can get on the Deco X60. But the new model has a special 5GHz band that helps eliminate weak areas of the signal by acting as a backhaul between deco devices. Each deco module also comes with two Gigabit Ethernet ports and is powered by a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor.

Similar to earlier TP-Link Deco network systems, the Deco X68 can be set up on a home Wi-Fi network using the company’s own application. The system is also designed to work with existing Deco models to form an even wider network.


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