TP-Link has announced a new mesh router system called TP-Link Deco M9 Plus

Posted on Oct 2 2018 - 3:29pm by Brian Atkinson

TP-Link has a new mesh router at the scene, and it seems to perform a little bit of the entirety. Nowadays the organisation revealed the TP-Link Deco M9 Plus, a tri-band router that may cowl the identical location with fewer nodes than preceding releases in the Deco Line. Past that, the Deco mM9 plus has a few tricks up its sleeve as well.

Before we dive into what those hints are, let’s take a look at the maximum critical part of any mesh router: its connectivity functions. the TP-Link Deco M9 plus is an ac2200 tri-band router that offers a single 2.4ghz band and two 5ghz bands. The 2.4ghz band is capable of wi-fi quickens to 400mbps, at the same time as the 5ghz bands can each reach speeds of up to 867mbps.


Those connectivity capabilities are pretty top on their own, but the TP-Link Deco M9 Plus doesn’t stop at just wifi. In addition to the 6 wifi antennas you’ll find in every unit, there’s also antennas for both bluetooth and zigbee, meaning you may use the Deco M9 plus as a smart home hub. It may take care of connections to up to 100 unique IoT gadgets, and supports smart home hardware from a number of businesses like GE, Samsung SmartThings, Securifi, Philips, Nest, and of course, TP-Link itself. The router additionally performs first-class with Amazon Alexa and IFTTT, so you can use it along with your current IoT hardware and exercises.

TP-Link Deco M9 Plus Home Tri-Band Mesh WiFi System Price

The TP-Link Deco M9 Plus will be available in a 2-pack for $299.99 USD, with single units available for $179.99 USD. We will see it launch in early July, though a listing for the new Deco M9 Plus is already live over on TP-Link’s website.