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TP-Link introduces new 802.11ax wireless routers

2018-12-11 18:03 by
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TP-Link today unveiled two new WiFi routers—the Archer AX6000 and the Archer AX11000. Both routers support the new 802.11ax wireless standard, also known as WiFi 6.

The Archer AX6000 is TP-Link's first 802.11ax WiFi router. It boosts ultra-fast AX WiFi speeds up to 1148 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band and 4804Mbps on the 5 GHz band, providing up to 4x capacity than previous AC WiFi. A 1.8GHz quad-core processor with two WiFi co-processors and 1GB of RAM ensure peak performance throughout your entire network.

TP-Link's new gaming series flagship, Archer AX11000 is armed with the latest AX WiFi (WiFi 6) and high-end hardware. The router transmits data at tri-band speeds up to 10756 Mbps, and its OFDMA technology and Gaming Accelerator combine to demolish latency and interference.

The Archer AX11000 boosts ultra-fast AX WiFi speeds up to 1148 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band and 4804Mbps on each of the two 5 GHz bands, providing up to 4x capacity than previous AC WiFi. It comes loaded with a 1.8GHz quad-core CPU with three WiFi co-processor, 1 GB RAM, and 512 MB Flash. Gaming enthusiasts can further optimize their network for game play through the TP-Link Game Center to optimize bandwidth allocation, see real-time gaming data, and create a VPN tunnel for the best gaming performance. TP-Link Game Protector powered by Trend MicroTM has built-in comprehensive antivirus protection to ensure the safety of all your accounts, passwords and documents.

The AX6000 will be available for pre-order on Amazon today, December 10, for $349.99. The AX11000 will be available in late January 2019 for $449.99.

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