TP-Link Introduces Deco XE75 Pro AXE5400 Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi 6E System

TP-Link announced the launch of the new Deco XE75 Pro AXE5400 tri-band Mesh Wi-Fi 6E system. It features Wi-Fi 6E, tri-band wireless networking, and multi-gigabit connectivity to connect up to 200 devices, bringing congestion-free connection speed to more Wi-Fi devices.

The Deco XE75 Pro is powered by Broadcom’s 1.7GHz quad-core processor, using next-generation Wi-Fi 6E and tri-band (2.4GHz, 5GHz, and 6GHz) technology, equipped with six high-gain antennas, it provides 2×2 MU-MIMO, supports 160MHz bandwidth, adds OFDMA technology, and the maximum combined speed reaches 5400Mbps, which can ensure the smoothness of 4K/8K ultra-high-definition streaming media and virtual reality games. It uses the new 6GHz frequency band as a dedicated backhaul to take full advantage of Wi-Fi 6E.

With the expansion of network bandwidth, gigabit network interconnection has become more common. Each Deco XE75 Pro unit provides one 2.5G port and two Gigabit ports, allowing users to easily access PCs, smart TVs, and game consoles for extremely fast wired connections to more fully utilize the bandwidth of the router.

TP-Link said that the Deco XE75 Pro uses BSS coloring and beamforming technology to effectively eliminate weak signal areas and cover every corner of the home. With artificial intelligence AI-Driven Mesh technology, it can automatically identify the Wi-Fi environment, and when the user moves within the signal coverage area, the device can always be connected to the most trusted Deco XE75 Pro unit. According to TP-Link, a single Deco XE75 Pro unit covers an area of ​​270 square meters, two will expand to 500 square meters, and three will further expand to 670 square meters.

The Deco XE75 Pro AXE5400 Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi 6E System is currently available in two-packs and three-packs. The former is $399.99 and the latter is $599.99 and has now landed on Amazon in North America.