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TP-Link announces new Archer C2700 router powered by Intel

2018-08-30 18:23 by
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Networking equipment manufacturer TP-Link has recently announced the upcoming launch of the Archer C2700, a next level AC2600 Dual-Band WiFi Router that provides WiFi at speeds up to 1733Mbps on the 5GHz band and 800Mbps on the 2.4GHz band. It is the first of TP-Link's routers to use the Intel Home Wi-Fi chipset, and it will harness that power to deliver strong signals to several devices at the same time.

The C2700 uses beamforming technology to improve wireless coverage by zeroing in on your WiFi devices and concentrating its signal towards those devices to provide stronger, more reliable connections.

The Archer C2700 also makes storage easier than ever. The Archer's Link Aggregation combines Ethernet speeds up to 2 Gbps on NAS devices by teaming up two of the four Gigabit LAN ports, doubling connection speeds to an external storage device for faster streaming and data backup.

Working with Alexa and IFTTT, the Archer C2700 functions like the brain of the smart home. Via simple voice commands, users can easily control their router with Amazon Alexa. And with IFTTT, a free web-based service, users can easily get all their apps and devices talking to each other for greater daily convenience.

The Archer C27000 router will be available in late Q4 at the everyday price of $169.99 USD.

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