Deco Voice X20 is the first of the Deco range to integrate seamless WiFi
TP-Link, a provider of consumer and business networking products, has announced the launch of the Deco Voice X20, its new mesh Wi-Fi 6 system with Alexa built-in, in the UK.
Winner of an iF DESIGN AWARD in the Product Design — Telecommunication category, the Deco Voice X20 is claimed to be the first Wi-Fi 6 Mesh system with a built-in smart speaker.
TP-Link told Incisor.TV that the Mesh Wi-Fi 6 system is designed with the modern smart home in mind and that it provides superior Mesh WiFi coverage and voice control experience. With voice-first capability, TP-Link says that it is offering customers whole-home Wi-Fi plus the convenience of Amazon Alexa.
The company says that with the Deco Voice X20, users no longer have to plug in multiple devices in every room to ensure you have both Wi-Fi and a smart speaker close enough to respond to requests. This saves precious outlet space and money for anyone looking for both an upgrade to Wi-Fi 6 alongside smart devices.
More importantly, by having a built-in smart speaker, Deco Voice X20 apparently helps prevent common hassles facing many smart homes: connection issues. By being part of the same device, the Deco Voice X20 makes the divide between Mesh unit and smart hub truly seamless.
As a mesh device, the Deco Voice X20 is compatible with every other Deco model, to blanket homes with mesh Wi-Fi coverage through one unified network. No more scrolling through different Wi-Fi names to find the one with the strongest signal. Every signal acts as one with one name and one password, so that users can enjoy seamless, smarter coverage with none of the hassle.
Offering reduced power consumption, more capacity and speeds of up to 1.8Gbps, the Deco Voice X20 also features OFDMA to increase the efficiency of home networks. Rather than transmitting data to one device at a time, OFDMA enables networks to do this simultaneously both for downloads and uploads. It also comes with MU-MIMO technology which allows for more simultaneous device connections and continuous speeds.
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