If you’ve been looking to jump onto the mesh WiFi bandwagon, then you might want to consider this epic deal on the TP-Link Deco Whole Home Mesh WiFi System. It’s down to just $197 for a 3-pack from its original price of $220.

Having a large home or workspace does have its advantages. But if you’re all about the wireless lifestyle, then that large real-estate might prove to be a headache at times, especially when it comes to WiFi. It will hinder your game badly, and will ultimately force you to invest in more networking gear. If you’ve come to that point already, then it’s a great time to grab yourself some mesh WiFi hardware, or more specifically, the TP-Link Deco.

These routers not only look easy on the eyes, but come with some seriously smart features; one of the best ones being the added support for Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant. Yes, a WiFi router with Alexa support. Who would’ve thought, right?

The system, when placed correctly in a house, can help cover an area of almost 5,500 sq. feet, which means you would never really be annoyed with that nagging WiFi blind spot in any corner of your house. Not just that, the system can support a massive number of devices, almost a 100-plus. TP-Link has even made it easier for a user to set up the devices via an app, so there’s that issue sorted.

Now coming back to the best bit, the price. This mesh WiFi system is coming in at a subtle but good-enough discount, bringing the price down to just $197 right now instead of the full $220 retail price it normally demands. But the even better news here is that it comes in a 3-pack so you can have coverage like no other.

So, what’s the wait, if there was ever a time for you to invest into an excellent WiFi system for the home or office, this is the deal you had been waiting for.

Buy: TP-Link Deco Whole Home Mesh WiFi System (3-Pack) from Amazon: $197 | Original price: $220

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