Thursday, July 7, 2022 β€’ Welcome to the πŸ’― No-Nonsense Zone!
Check out Today's Deals! πŸ›οΈAmazon logoπŸ”₯

TP-Link Unveils $100 Walmart-Exclusive Deco W2400 Mesh Wi-Fi System

Looking for a mesh system and on a budget? Here’s some excellent news! Continuing the trend of affordable mesh systems – starting with the recent launch of the OneMesh approach – TP-Link today announced an all-new budget home networking solution: the Deco W2400 Dual-Band Whole Home Wi-Fi System. It’s a 2-pack mesh that costs just $99.99, easily one of the most affordable on the market.

While sharing a similar design, Wi-Fi specs, and functionality as the Deco M4, the Deco W2400 does have some specific differences, including the lack of Gigabit Ethernet support and the 2-pack configuration — the M4 includes three pieces of hardware that costs $180.

TP-Link says the new system can cover up to 3000 ftΒ² (280 mΒ²) and handle up to 100 devices concurrently. Like all mesh systems, the W2400 offers seamless hand-off and easy management. It features adaptive path selection (APS), allowing each mesh point to pick the fastest data stream to connect automatically.

The all-new Deco W2400 Mesh Wi-Fi System from TP-Link.
[/media-credit] The all-new Deco W2400 Mesh Wi-Fi System from TP-Link.

The system uses the Deco mobile app (available to Android and iOS devices). You can also use the apps to control Internet access via a robust Parental Controls feature.

Key features of the  Deco W2400 includes:

  • Dual-band AC1200 Wi-Fi 5 (300Mbps on 2.4 GHz and 867 Mbps on 5GHz)
  • Up to 3000 ftΒ² Wi-Fi coverage (with the standard 2-pack)
  • Seamless roaming, supporting IEEE 802.11k/v/r
  • Up to 100 concurrent clients support
  • Parental controls
  • Access Point mode
  • Easy setup and management with Deco App
  • Compatible with both Amazon Alexa and IFTTT

The TP-Link Deco W2400 Dual-Band Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System is currently available for $99 exclusively at Walmart.

Comments are subject to approval.

It's generally faster to get answers via site/page search -- your question/comment is one of many that Dong Knows Tech receives daily. Β 

  1. Strictly no bigotry, profanity, trolling, violence, or spamming -- including unsolicited bashing/praising/plugging a product/brand (β€’).
  2. You're presumed to have read this page in its entirety, including related linked posts and previous comments -- questions already addressed will likely be ignored.
  3. Be reasonable, attentive, and respectful! (No typo-laden comment, please!)

(β€’) Per the πŸ’―no-nonsense policy, all comments with an external link are scrutinized, and most links are redacted. Do not leave a comment if you're, in any capacity, representing a company/product mentioned here! Instead, send Dong Knows Tech a private message or use a PR channel.

Thank you!

Leave a Comment

Ads Block Detector Powered by

😿 Adblocker Detected! (β€’)

Please allow ads when visiting Dong Knows Tech!
Ads pay for the site's free and πŸ’― No-Nonsense content.
Thank You!
Wanna go ad-free? Subscribe! Already a member? Log in!
Need help or got "false positives"? Learn more!