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Tenda Nova MW3 Home Mesh Wi-Fi System 3pk (+ Bonus MW3 by Redemption) $96.95 Delivered @ Shopping Square

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Buy a 3-pack MW3, redeem an extra one from Tenda. Purchase by 30/6/2021, redeem free unit by 31/7/2021

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    I have the Kogan branded ones, second hand. Works well.

  • +3 votes

    Looks like also available from mobileciti's eBay store for 15c cheaper, with code PPSS100.

    Caveat - haven't checked if this is a valid store for the purposes of redemption for the fourth device.

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      15c, good find.

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      eBay price beat -5% (or 4.5% w/o GST) = $92.59

      Stack with discounted GC's for further $$ savings

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    How is this conpared to tp‐link M5?

    • +5 votes

      Deco M5 comes with a beefier CPU & more RAM to handle more connected devices at one time, Gigabit ports & has more powerful wifi radios. Who is your ISP?

      Deco M5
      1000 Mbps WAN & LAN.
      Quad-core processor @ 638MHz.
      256MB of RAM.
      Dual band AC1300 with 4 antennas on each node.
      VLAN 802.1Q support.

      Nova MW3
      100 Mbps WAN & LAN.
      Single-core processor @ 600MHz.
      64MB of RAM.
      Dual band AC1200 with 2 antennas on each node.
      No VLAN 802.1Q support.

      • +3 votes

        Fair to add over twice the price as well. The MW6 is perhaps more in line with the Deco M5 price wise and closer to spec.

        From the T&C this offer applies to any of the Tenda Mesh systems so long as they are a 3 pack and any 'Australian' seller as retailers are listed in the partners tab.

        The question is - what will Amazon do? Offer 2 twin packs for $95?

        • +2 votes

          Nova MW3 is more equivalent to the Deco E4. The MW6 is closer to the Deco M5.

          Nova MW6
          1000 Mbps WAN & LAN.
          Single-core processor @ 1Ghz.
          128MB of RAM.
          Dual band AC1200 with 2 antennas on each node.
          No VLAN 802.1Q support.
          Ethernet - maximum of around 700Mbps.
          Wi-Fi - up to around 400Mbps.

          Deco M5
          Ethernet - around 850Mbps.
          Wi-Fi - up to around 460Mbps.

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            @Twix: How do these systems compare with a good mid priced ($150-$250) router coverage wise do you know Twix?

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              @cornbeef: Depends where you put it. It can be better, the same or worse.

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    I have two Cisco aironet 1260 routers at home, 1 yet to be connected for upstairs. I obtained them free of charge as Cisco discontinued support for them a few years ago. I'm questioning if it's worth my while running an ethernet cable up the house to my top story to facilitate the other unconnected router or just set up one of these cheaper mesh systems. Any thoughts/comments/opinions would be appreciated.

    My guess is that I'd be better off with the Cisco system, but I don't know much about this new tech.

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      Wired is better than wireless. You can cable some or all of the mw3s (backhaul). Run that cable regardless.

      4 wifi points may give better coverage thank 2 points, depending on factors like quality of the kit. Cisco have a good name but some of of their consumer grade kit isn't the best. Not sure about the aironet.

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        Thanx for your response. The Aironet is an enterprise grade router, so a very solid performer.

        Thanx for the clarification on running the cable, will do!

        I'll go with the Cisco setup and see if I'm happy with it's performance before I consider a mesh system.
        Cheers👍

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    Quick question, can I split these into 2 groups of 2? I.e. 2 at one residence and the other at a different residence?

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      Quick answer, ye

  • +1 vote

    This or the Kogan version for $85 (3 packs). Thanks