TP-Link released three Wi-Fi 6E routers

At this year's CES, TP-Link released its first AXE16000 quad-band router Archer AXE300. According to reports, Archer AXE300 is equipped with a new 6 GHz frequency band to provide a total Wi-Fi speed of up to 16Gbps, with a 2.0 GHz quad-core CPU, 10G WAN / LAN interface, and two 10G interfaces. In addition, AXE300 provides customized settings, with more frequency band options to reduce Wi-Fi congestion, and users can set their own dedicated frequency bands.

TP-Link also released the Deco XE200 AXE11000 tri-band router, with 1024-QAM and 160 MHz channel width, which can provide up to 11Gbps tri-band Wi-Fi. The Deco XE200 (three sets) connected Mesh network can cover an area of ​​up to 250 square meters and is compatible with more than 200 devices.

The new Wi-Fi 6E series product Deco XE75 AXE5400 tri-band Mesh router uses a new generation of seamless Wi-Fi technology with a signal coverage rate of up to 202 square meters. Deco XE75 has a brand new 6GHz frequency band and an independent dedicated backhaul further simplifies the Wi-Fi performance of non-6E devices. At the same time, tri-band Wi-Fi works together to provide more than 200 devices with a speed of 5,400 Mbps.

In addition, at CES 2022, TP-Link demonstrated the prototype of its new Archer AXE200 Omni router. This AXE200 router is equipped with four antennas, which can automatically fold and rotate to find the best signal.

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