TP-Link has unveiled what it claims to be the first mesh system with an integrated audio speaker and voice assistant, the Deco Voice X20. The device combines the ability to create a seamless mesh Wi-Fi network and the Amazon Alexa voice assistant function.
Deco Voice X20 forms a Wi-Fi 6 mesh network and allows it to be controlled by the built-in Alexa voice assistant. The Mesh system delivers high-speed AX1800 Wi-Fi connectivity and gigabit cable connections with minimal latency throughout your home with Wi-Fi 6 and Mesh technology.
Thanks to the built-in Alexa assistant, the user will be able to control their smart home without the need for a separate smart device, such as a smart speaker. In addition, Mesh Wi-Fi technology will allow the user to quickly and efficiently access the Internet, and the presence of speakers in the modules will allow audio playback in different rooms.
Deco Voice X20 adopts Wi-Fi 6 standard to provide fast wireless speeds, stronger signal and stable connections. With Wi-Fi 6 support, multiple devices can handle a large number of high-volume tasks without sacrificing performance, delivering high performance Ultra-HD streaming, fast file downloads or lag-free online gaming. Support for OFDMA technology significantly improves the quality of a large number of devices on the network. Deco Voice X20 Mesh System delivers wide Wi-Fi coverage up to 350 m² (set of 2) with boosted signal, BSS Color and Beamforming technology.
Deco Voice X20 is compatible with other Alexa-enabled products and other Deco models. TP-Link Mesh technology connects Deco Voice X20 with other Deco devices into a single network, and the built-in speaker in each Deco Voice unit syncs with each other, providing stable Wi-Fi coverage and support for voice control.
The built-in Alexa assistant allows you to control TP-Link Tapo devices as well as many smart home products that support Alexa.