TP-Link Deco X68 (AX3600) home network router system with three-band Wi-Fi 6 connection launched

The TP-Link Deco X68 (AX3600) home network router system is running with support for three-band Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. The new router system comes as an upgrade to the existing TP-Link Deco X60 introduced last year. Unlike the previous model, which had integrated bands of 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz, the Deco X68 network system offers an additional 5 GHz band that will work as a “strong auxiliary connection” between Deco units. The TP-Link Deco X68 is claimed to provide speeds of up to 3,600 Mbps and provides an 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). They will soon be able to buy it in the US through Amazon. However, details about Indian prices and availability of the TP-Link Deco X68 have not been revealed.

The TP-Link Deco X68 (AX3600) network Wi-Fi router system comes with support for three bands and provides Wi-Fi 6 coverage on the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands. With two Deco units, the network system can offer connectivity of up to 5,500 square meters. Users, however, can extend coverage to 7,000 square feet with three Deco units.

TP-Link has provided its artificial intelligence-based network technology that is advertised to intelligently learn the network environment to provide the ideal Wi-Fi connection to all devices in your home. It comes with HomeShield security services that are claimed to help protect connected devices.

The Deco X68 network system supports OFDMA and MU-MIMO technologies to provide Wi-Fi connection in dense environments.

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

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

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