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TP-Link's new Deco X68 is a mid-range Wi-Fi 6 mesh networking system for small to medium-sized homes

By Kenny Yeo - on 20 May 2021, 9:34am

TP-Link's new Deco X68 is a mid-range Wi-Fi 6 mesh networking system for small to medium-sized homes

TP-Link Deco X68. (Image source: TP-Link)

TP-Link has just announced a new mesh networking system called the Deco X68

It's a tri-band Wi-Fi 6 AX3600-class mesh networking system that sits just below the company's flagship Deco X90.

It is powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core processor and supports speeds of up to 574Mbps on its 2.4GHz network, 1,200Mbps on one of its 5GHz network, and 1,800Mbps on its second 5GHz network.

To improve overall network performance, TP-Link says the Deco X68 uses AI to analyse your home environment to deliver the best Wi-Fi performance.

TP-Link also claims coverage of up to 510m² which should be more than sufficient for most apartments in Singapore. TP-Link also claims to support up to 150 connected devices.

As for ports, each Deco X68 features two auto-sensing Gigabit Ethernet ports that can be used for WAN or LAN.

To protect users, the Deco X68 features HomeShield that includes robust parental control features and real-time IoT protection.

Like any modern networking system, the Deco X68 can be easily set up and managed using the Deco app. It also supports Amazon Alexa.

Finally, the Deco X68 is compatible with all other Deco models.

The TP-Link Deco X68 is available as a pack of two for S$409 exclusively from Hachi.tech. ValueClub members can get it at S$399.

It will also be coming to the TP-Link Official Store on Shopee around mid to late June.

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