You know why I like TP-Link's smart home accessories? They're easy. Easy to use, easy to set up. They don't fall apart or get complicated when things go wrong. They just work and add convenience to my life. Well, TP-Link has something new. The KP200 Kasa smart Wi-Fi in-wall power outlet, which is on sale for $44.99 in a two-pack at Lowe's. B&H had a similar deal last week that was only available for one day and only dropped to $50. The outlet has only been available since March and hasn't seen any real deals. A single pack goes for around $37 on Amazon and other retailers, so you're getting a second outlet for less than $10 more.
This is a dual-band Wi-Fi 5 router with three external and one internal antennas. It has MU-MIMO tech for supporting dozens of devices on one network. Includes support for Amazon Alexa and IFTTT. Has four Gigabit Ethernet ports.
The TP-Link Deco M9 Plus is capable of covering up to 6,500 square feet with Wi-Fi and even features a built-in smart hub that can control ZigBee, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi smart home products. Today you can save over 50% on the 3-pack at B&H!
The dual-band router has faster speeds and a greater capacity than previous gens. Supports speeds up to 1.8 Gbps (1200 Mbps on 5 GHz / 574 on 2.4GHz). Easy setup with TP-Link app. Connect more devices without losing speeds.
Wi-Fi 6 is the future, and the future is now. Upgrade and save money. The dual-band router has faster speeds and a greater capacity than previous gens. Supports speeds up to 1.8 Gbps (1200 Mbps on 5 GHz / 574 on 2.4GHz). Easy setup with TP-Link app.
So you know how you can attach a smart plug to a regular outlet, plug something into it, and then control it from your phone or with your voice? Well, these in-wall outlets just skip the plug part. With two places to plug in, you'll be able to control whatever devices are plugged in. Plus, you can control them at the same time or individually. Use your smartphone and the Kasa app to turn the plug on or off, set schedules, create scenes, and more. You can also connect the outlet to your Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, or Microsoft Cortana smart home device and control it with your voice.
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