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TP-Link aims to bring mesh to the masses w/ a new, budget-friendly Deco Wi-Fi System

[2019-04-01 19:40:32]

Now that we are living in a time when large companies are working on automation which predicts what users want to do next, we can all probably agree that there are less instances where tech simply works as expected. Out of all the tech that I’ve been accumulating over the last few years, mesh Wi-Fi is definitely one of the few that just works. For this reason I always recommend it to friends and family, but high costs generally keep them from pulling the trigger. With the announcement of the TP-Link Deco M4 Whole Home Wi-Fi System, high prices are certainly becoming less of a concern. The post TP-Link aims to bring mesh to the masses w/ a new, budget-friendly Deco Wi-Fi System appeared first on 9to5Mac.

TP-Link aims to bring mesh to the masses w/ a new, budget-friendly Deco Wi-Fi System


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