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cunningdavid

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#311885 23-Feb-2024 15:55
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We have a three device home wifi mesh using the TP-Link Deco PX50 AX3000, which works pretty well. However our house is large and a fourth device would be good to improve coverage on one side.

 

Problem is, I can't find a PX50 AX3000 for sale individually, or even confirmation that if I did obtain one that it could be added to the existing mesh.

 

Can anyone help with this? Thanks in advance!


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robjg63
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  #3199190 23-Feb-2024 16:13
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You appear to be right - you can't buy just one...

 

However it looks like the deco units work happily with other Deco units:

 

You can buy a single Deco M4's

 

PBtech says they are available on order for $137.

 

They are (of course) cheaper the more you buy.

 

The Deco E4 is $170 for a 2 pack (seems to be no single units available). Looks the same as the M4 but has 2× 10/100 Mbps Ports instead of 2× Gigabit Ports as far as I can see.

 

 





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cunningdavid

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  #3199212 23-Feb-2024 17:05
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Thank you very much!

 

In that case might get a X55 AX3000 to keep it all wifi6:

 

 

 

 


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