TP-Link Deco AX3000 WiFi 6 Mesh System(Deco X55) – Covers up to 6500 Sq.Ft. , Replaces Wireless Router and Extender, 3 Gigabit ports per unit, supports Ethernet Backhaul (3-pack)

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Original price was: $199.99.Current price is: $169.99.

  • Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Wi-Fi – Next-gen Wi-Fi 6 AX3000 whole home mesh system to eliminate weak Wi-Fi for good(2×2/HE160 2402 Mbps plus 2×2 574 Mbps)
  • Whole Home WiFi Coverage – Covers up to 6500 square feet with seamless high-performance Wi-Fi 6 and eliminate dead zones and buffering. Better than traditional WiFi booster and Range Extenders
  • Connect More Devices – Deco X55(3-pack) is strong enough to connect up to 150 devices with strong and reliable Wi-Fi
  • More Gigabit Ports – Each Deco X55 has 3 Gigabit Ethernet ports(9 in total for a 3-pack) and supports Wired Ethernet Backhaul for better speeds. Any of them can work as a Wi-Fi Router
  • AI-Driven Mesh – Intelligently learns the network environment to provide ideal WiFi unique to your home
  • Easy Setup and Management – The Deco app helps you set up your network in minutes with clear visual guidance and keeps you in control even when you are not home; Works with Alexa as well Turn on or off Guest Wi-Fi by simple voice commands
  • TP-Link HomeShield – TP-Link’s premium security service keeps your home network safe with cutting-edge network and IoT protection. Free features: 1. Basic Network Security including Security Scan and IoT Device Identification 2. Basic Parental Controls 3. Quality of Service 4. Basic Weekly/Monthly Reports. Visit TP-Link website for more information.
  • Works with all internet service providers, such as Comcast, Charter, AT&T, Verizon, Xfinity, Spectrum, RCN, Cox, CenturyLink, Frontier, etc.( a modem is required for most internet service providers)
  • WiFi Transmission Power: CE:
TP-Link Deco AX3000 WiFi 6 Mesh System(Deco X55) – Covers up to 6500 Sq.Ft. , Replaces Wireless Router and Extender, 3 Gigabit ports per unit, supports Ethernet Backhaul (3-pack)
TP-Link Deco AX3000 WiFi 6 Mesh System(Deco X55) – Covers up to 6500 Sq.Ft. , Replaces Wireless Router and Extender, 3 Gigabit ports per unit, supports Ethernet Backhaul (3-pack)

Original price was: $199.99.Current price is: $169.99.

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Specification: TP-Link Deco AX3000 WiFi 6 Mesh System(Deco X55) – Covers up to 6500 Sq.Ft. , Replaces Wireless Router and Extender, 3 Gigabit ports per unit, supports Ethernet Backhaul (3-pack)

Product Dimensions

4.33 x 4.33 x 4.49 inches

Item Weight

3.3 pounds

Item model number

Deco X55

Date First Available

January 31, 2022



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9 reviews for TP-Link Deco AX3000 WiFi 6 Mesh System(Deco X55) – Covers up to 6500 Sq.Ft. , Replaces Wireless Router and Extender, 3 Gigabit ports per unit, supports Ethernet Backhaul (3-pack)

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  1. Mario M.

    Con 2 equipos fue suficiente para que la señal llegue perfecta en a una estancia de 170m2 (un solo piso) con muchas paredes de concreto grueso intermedio. Mejoró en todo sentido la red del lugar.

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  2. Francisco

    Funciona perfecto, y fácil de instalar 👍🏻

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  3. TrailExplorer

    I live in a 3 story condo with shared neighbor walls on both sides. The wireless interference is pretty crazy around here. When I read that these three Deco X-55 base units could be used as backhaul, it got me thinking. My condo is pre-wired throughout the three floors, so maximum backhaul wireless connection only works as expected if your home is pre-wired like this. It may still work for you even if you do not have pre-wired network, but if your home has crazy interference the backhaul may not work as you expect it. The three base units would have to share wireless strength, so keep that in mind.

    My three base units stated that they are made in Vietnam.

    The app is nicely designed, easy to use and read. Follow the instructions and search on their website if you have any questions.

    There are a few negatives or enhancements that I wish they would included in the product.

    1. The router features are mainly accessible through the mobile app ONLY. They give you a “reason” why it is only available on the mobile, so you can read that on their website. You are able to log into the account from a PC, but the features available to you from PC browser access is much more limited. I still believe it should not have been limited to just mobile app.

    2. In the app, it is great at showing the upload and download of each hardware device. However, it does not show the TOTAL upload and download of the device in a range. So, if the device is actively upload/download data then you can see it LIVE. If you wish to analyze how much data that specific device has passed through over a given time, then the app does not provide that information. This is more like an enhancement that I would request to add, but there are other manufacturers who actually offer that kind of statistic.

    3. The app has a problem incorrectly recognizing or incorrectly “labeling” a device. I had like 6 devices at one point in time labeled as iRobot Corporation. I only have one iRobot Roomba vacuum cleaner. I had to block 5 of them thinking there was something fishy/shady about those devices. Later I found out that this is caused due to the random hardware addresses. Seems like some devices offer the capability to hide/spoof hardware addresses (MAC) to protect the device on public wifi connections. This confuses the Deco X-55 router, so I guess it decided to pick my iRobot Corportation since it looked like it might be that device? I had to go through the process of finding out some devices could not connect and then match their MAC addresses to the blocked devices on my Deco mobile app. To fix that kind of issue, they say to disable Random hardware addresses feature, but I’m not sure if that’s worth it if you need to take those devices and connect publicly in the future. What I have done is identify those device and just renamed them in the Deco app. I still have 3 “iRobot Corporation” devices that I have not yet figured out where they are from because no other devices I am currently using is having any internet problems.

    4. The wireless (WIFI) subnet mask for the MAIN devices and the GUEST NETWORK are the SAME! are assigned to both MAIN and GUEST networks. I’m not sure why, but I assumed it would have been different. The reason why is because my two backhaul base units that are daisy chained behind the main base that’s connected to the internet provider router have different subnet masks if you hardwire them. Maybe I did not connect them properly, for example, I need to connect the hardwire network directly to the 2nd and 3rd Deco base units then from there connect everything out from them? That doesn’t much make sense, since this only seems to be affecting WIRELESS devices, not hard wired devices. All the wireless devices are just “joined” to the Deco unit, I don’t get to choose from the app which base unit it can connect to (for example, select initial wireless connection to base 1 instead of base 3). You could force a wireless connection to stay with a specific base (only force to stay connected to base 3 and not base 1), but this is AFTER it has successfully connected to the wireless network. I don’t have any issues for devices that is physically located at a location to pick the correct base to connect. For example my smart doorbell connect to the closest Deco base without me having to do anything.

    In general Deco does a pretty good job identifying what manufacture of the hardware that is connected wirelessly to the router. The incorrect labeling of some devices is something you will have to monitor and correct pretty quickly or else you may think it’s a rogue device and end up blocking it in the list.

    This is a review of the Deco X-55 WIFI 6, so it’s not the latest and greatest chips. My worst oldest wifi device that I used to test the speed I think is the Samsung AT8 tablet 32 GB. It’s a terrible device that I hate and would not give to my worst enemy to use. That being said, I still use it since I paid for it and no use to throw it away. It allows me to watch streaming but requires me to reboot it once a while to stream properly. I don’t use it for anything else. The internet speed test was more than sufficient at 280+ Mbps down and 290+ Mbps up. For reference, this device prior to the Deco router installation was only able to do average 10+ Mbps down and 3+ Mbps up… quite often the WIFI quality wasn’t even that good.

    Deco X-55 allows you to reboot the base from the app, shows the signal strength for each device, which base those devices are connected to, if the devices are connected hardwire or wireless (my old router could not label wired and wireless devices properly so this Deco is a plus on that feature), upgrade/update firmware from the app, rename devices, block devices.

    Oh, I should be doing this soon, but the Deco also allows you to configure ISOLATION for your devices connected to your main router. This still allows it to reach out to the internet and talk to other devices in the household, but it does not allow it to transfer data between devices.

    Overall, recommended device. Plenty of fancy features to toggle and easy to use. The price is just nice enough for my pocket too, and I do not believe I will need anything more than WIFI 6 speed right now. So, it is not future proof, but when I have money to upgrade my other home devices to take advantage of 6e or 7, I will see how much it cost for a new router in the years to come.

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  4. iBigChill

    I’ve done light networking admin and troubleshooting at a previous job and have been around computers for most of my life. My dad had an Ethernet in the house in the 90’s. I built my first PC when I was 11. I’m 43 now. I’m not an expert, but I have more experience than probably most. This was really easy to setup. I downloaded the app and it walked me through setup. Only thing that caused me an issue was I was running a VPN on my phone which initially blocked access until I disabled the VPN. The setup was easy. I installed one node near the cable modem which is in the side attic of the room over the garage. I installed another node downstairs and the last node upstairs. I already have network cable ran in the house so all the nodes are connected by LAN and do wired backhaul. All of the streaming peripherals like Apple TVs are also wired. The only devices using the WiFi are phones and laptops. The system broadcasts one network and auto configures your device for best speed. You don’t have to choose a 5ghz or 2.4ghz network. That is automatic. The house has excellent signal everywhere. I put on YouTube and walked into every room while steaming. It never flickered or stopped. It seamlessly moved from node to node as needed. The app checked the firmware on the nodes and updated the firmware on each one, very simple process.

    I will update this if anything changes. Right now, it’s very fast meshed WiFi that works very well. It was super easy to install and update. The app is intuitive and useful.

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  5. James G Kelly

    Significantly increased wifi connectivity

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  6. Ally

    This was a life saver! Let me start by saying I am not a techie and although it wasn’t quite as easy to set up as others have said, it wasn’t hard either. Although I got 3 units, just the 1 unit solved my unstable wifi connection issues.

    After building a new computer, I was dismayed to find terrible lag and latency in my games. Lo and behold, my fancy new computer could not hold a reliable connection across two insulated walls but only ~12 feet away from the modem. For most gamers, a stable connection is more important than a fast connection. My old computer ran FF14 and Genshin on 30 mbps reliably. I tried changing the wifi to 2.4 ghz but that still did not help.

    After much research with Dr. Google, I found mesh wifi to be the most appropriate solution.

    The units are pretty much plug and play but the app was a bit finicky. It had good step by step instructions, but I had to try multiple times before it found the unit and sometimes the new unit magically showed up on the app even though it just told me it couldn’t find it. I did have a moment of panic when I thought this wouldn’t work with plain old DSL, but can confirm it does!

    But who cares?? It works beautifully and I can game and raid again!! This thing works and I love that it fixed my latency issues immediately! Very happy with this and would recommend to other gamers.

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  7. Shadow

    I had the Google Mesh system before and it was giving me issues by constantly dropping the wifi signal. I did a bit of research and found out that it was an Google issue so decided to look for other options. Researched for about a month and the Deco X55 Pro had great reviews so I decided to give it a try. I bought the 3 piece system. Simple to setup, wifi is stable and so far the wifi hasn’t drop. The mesh system works great and I haven’t had any issues around the house. No dead spots. The app is simple to use and provides great information. The app gives you detailed information about each device connected to your network. I am not sure if it is possible or not but I would like to buy another satellite (Deco X55 Pro additional unit) to add to my system to extend the WiFi range. Otherwise, the system works great.

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  8. Cliente de Amazon

    Equipo robusto y fácil de instalar de buena calidad, llego antes de lo previsto y en perfecto estado

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  9. RAUL

    Acabo con los puntos muertos en casa mejoró bastante la señal y aumentó la velocidad muy recomendable

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