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Holiday Gift Idea 6: Blanket your home with Wi-Fi 6 coverage

By Kenny Yeo - on 21 Dec 2020, 7:35pm

Holiday Gift Idea 6: Blanket your home in Wi-Fi

TP-link Deco X60 AX3000 Wi-Fi 6 mesh networking system

With many of us working and spending more time at home now, there's nothing more annoying than random Wi-Fi dropouts or Wi-Fi dead spots. Fortunately, you can solve them easily with the TP-Link Deco X60.

The Deco X60 is a mesh networking system. Specifically, it's a dual-band AX3000-class Wi-Fi 6 system. This means speeds of up to 574Mbps on its 2.4GHz network and 2,402Mbps on its 5GHz network. Support for Wi-Fi 6 means it'll work well with all your newest notebooks and smartphones, but more crucially, this new networking standard promises higher efficiency and the ability to effectively accommodate more connected devices.

The Deco X60 also features TP-Link HomeCare, a suite of features that includes parental controls, QoS, and anti-virus protection. This helps parents manage their kids' internet access and also protects the network from malware and malicious sites.

The TP-Link is available now as a two-pack for S$409 at all Challenger outlets,, the TP-Link Flagship Store on Lazada, and also the TP-Link Official Store on Shopee.

If you're thinking of renewing your fiber broadband plan, then you can even snag the three-pack version for free (worth S$549) by signing up to MyRepublic's 1Gbps plan at $59.99/month


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