Get more speed and coverage with $70 off a Wi-Fi 6 mesh from TP-Link

TP-Link Deco X60 Review with games
TP-Link Deco X60 Review with games (Image credit: Samuel Contreras / Android Central)

Mesh Wi-Fi systems are one of the best ways to make sure you have great WI-Fi coverage around the entire house. The TP-Link Deco X20 is a mega deal on a mesh system at just $200 for three nodes with a total of 5,800 square feet of coverage. This mesh kit comes with three dual-band nodes with AX1800 speeds and works great with Wi-Fi 6 devices as well as older Wi-Fi devices.

The TP-Link Deco X20 can help keep your home connected even if you have a lot of ground to cover or just have a home layout with a lot of interference. The best mesh Wi-Fi 6 systems like the Deco X20 use multiple small nodes to fully blanket your home in Wi-Fi coverage rather than relying on a single router to do all the work. This also allows for smaller nodes that can be easily hidden around the home.

The Deco X20 comes with TP-Link's HomeCare software which provides antivirus protection for your whole network. HomeCare is free and can be easily set up and managed via the Deco app on Android. Not only that, HomeCare includes advanced parental controls to allow you to manage how your family uses the internet. Parents can set up a profile for each family member, attach their devices, and decide which content makes the most sense on an individual basis.

TP-Link Deco X20

TP-Link Deco X20 (3-pack 5,800 sq. ft.)

The Deco X20 is a compact mesh system with three nodes covering up to 5,800 square feet. With AX1800 dual-band speeds, this router can keep up with most internet connections easily with plenty of speed for 4K streaming. The nodes also have two Ethernet ports each making connecting wired devices a breeze.

Mesh systems are growing in popularity not only because of their coverage benefits but also because of the way they look. The Deco X20 sports a simple white housing that doesn't stand out too much in the open and can be easily tucked away behind a picture frame on a shelf. Unlike a traditional router, there are no antennas to adjust and your remote nodes only need power to work.

Plenty of people will have no trouble with a standard router but if you need a mesh system the Deco X20 is a great place to start.

Samuel Contreras

When Samuel is not writing about networking or 5G at Android Central, he spends most of his time researching computer components and obsessing over what CPU goes into the ultimate Windows 98 computer. It's the Pentium 3.