TP-Link AX6000 8-Stream Smart WiFi Router

TP-Link has released Archer AX6000, its latest AX 8-stream smart WiFi router. Want to know more about it? Let’s have a look.

TP-Link AX6000 8-Stream Smart WiFi Router

The Archer is a high-performance AX6000 WiFi router that measures 10 x 12 x 4 inches and weighs 3.5 lbs. As we can see from the images, the router boasts a sleek, modern appearance design, and the solid black exterior and exquisite metallic vent cover bring enhanced modern style and premium feel.

The Archer AX6000 adopts 802.11ax standards and features 160MHz Channel Support and 1024 QAM in order to boost WiFi speeds up to 1148 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band and 4804MBps on the 5 GHz band, and OFDMA and AX MU-MIMO technology allow it to provide up to 4x more capacity than AC WiFi to connect more devices at once. Furthermore, the OFDMA and BSS color technology optimize packet delivery to reduce wait time and interference. Its 8 high-gain antennas deliver a large signal coverage throughout your home, and Rangeboost and Beamforming technology concentrate signal directly to your devices.

Moreover, using Bluetooth technology, the WiFi router can be set easily in minutes with your phone, and its custom app allows you to easily manage your WiFi at home or check in remotely. Using the latest Trend Micro security definitions, the router guards your network from viruses, malware and stays up to date. The parental controls with profiles and active content filtering ensure kids reasonably access and use the Internet. In addition, the smart router works with Amazon Alexa and IFTTT so that you can use your voice to control it or make it interact with various online services or smart home devices.

TP-Link Archer AX6000 smart WiFi router is priced at $349.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.

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