TP-Link has launched its new dual-band Wi-Fi and 4G router, TP-Link Deco X50-4G in the UK, which also features a 3 Gigabit WAN/LAN port.
TP-Link Deco X50-4G features speeds of up to 2402 MBps on 5GHz and 574 Mbps from IP on 2.4GHz.
The new Deco X50-4G combines the power of Wi-Fi 6 and 4G for seamless roaming and ultra-low latency for coverage up to 2,500 ft2/230 m2. The router features a mesh system that covers every corner of your home, allowing you to seamlessly connect over 150 devices.
A 3 Gigabit WAN/LAN port makes online gaming and high-quality streaming uninterrupted, up to 10x faster than standard Ethernet connections. The dual-band Wi-Fi 6 AX3000 delivers speeds up to 2402 Mbps on the 5 GHz band and 574 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band.
Inserting a 4G SIM enables seamless switching between Wi-Fi 6 broadband and 4G data in the event of an outage or great mesh coverage far from home. Where broadband is not available, the Deco X50-4G enables mesh dependent coverage for 4G data connectivity.
More information about the new TP-Link Deco X50-4G router can be found at TP-Link at the link below. The device is currently available in the UK for £199.99.
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