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TP-Link has announced the launch of new WiFi 6 routers that it calls "highly affordable,” which include the Archer AX3000 and Archer AX1500. Both of them support 802.11ax wireless connectivity, which is WiFi 6. The Archer AX3000 has an Intel chipset and supports dual-band speeds of up to 3 Gbps, which is up to three times faster than the previous generation WiFi 5 connectivity. The router supports 1024-QAM and 160 MHz channels for faster data transfer. The router promises plenty of bandwidth for 4K and HD video streams. The AX3000 sells for $129.99 and will land in Walmart next week. Features include: Wi-Fi 6 powered by Intel Dual Core Processor 4 Stream AX3000 WiFi 2402 Mbps on 5 GHz and... Read more...
If you’re looking to expand your footprint with regards to smart home integration, or are simply looking to get started from scratch, we’ve got an excellent deal for you today. Best Buy is currently running a promotion that nets you two third-generation Amazon Echo Dot smart speakers plus two TP-Link HS105 Smart Wi-Fi Plug Minis for just $70. The Echo Dot really needs no introduction, but the third-generation model launched back in late September with an all-new design. It shucked its completely hard plastic exterior for a more welcoming fabric finish around its “waist”. According to Amazon, the new Echo Dot is up to 70 percent louder than its predecessor. The... Read more...
When it comes to wireless networking, a number of companies are vying for the title of best gaming router. We recently saw the introduction of the Netgear Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR700, and now TP-Link is aiming for gaming dominance with the Archer C5400X 802.11ac Wi-Fi router.  The Archer C5400X is a tri-band router, featuring one 2.4GHz band (1000Mbps) and two 5GHz bands (2167Mbps each) to handle all of your wireless traffic. If that wasn't enough, there are a total of eight Gigabit LAN ports for your wired traffic. There's also a single Gigabit WAN port for your modem. Given that this is a gaming router, TP-Link has implemented a number of technologies including a dynamic optimization... Read more...
TP-Link has been making mesh routers in the Deco range for a while now that are designed to give you WiFi access all around a home or office. Last year, the company launched the Deco M5 mesh router and now the company has announced the new Deco M9 Plus. This mesh router is notable because in addition to offering WiFi coverage, it also has an integrated smart home hub for IoT devices. The M9 Plus supports AC2200 speeds and tri-band WiFi with dedicated 5GHz backhaul for faster speeds and dependable connectivity for over 100 devices across the entire home. The router uses TP-Link Mesh technology to eliminate dead spots in the home or office with a single Deco M9 Plus kit with a pair of the access... Read more...
What’s better than one router to blanket [most of] your home with internet coverage? How about two or three to evenly spread coverage to every nook and cranny of your humble abode — even in your dank basement? We’ve seen the rise of mesh router systems like the Netgear Orbi, Linksys Velop, Google WiFi and many others. Now TP-Link is getting in on the action with the Deco M5. The networking company bills the Deco M5 as a “truly secure whole-home Wi-Fi system.” TP-Link tries to hit all the right notes for families that want fast and secure networking by offering a number of useful features like HomeCare (which provides protection against malware and other network exploits via Trend Micro software... Read more...
Google wants to solve your wireless woes with a new router that's designed for ease-of-use and ongoing upgrades without the fuss. Called OnHub, the spiffy looking router is the result of a joint effort between Google and TP-Link, the latter of which is plenty experienced in the realm of routers, extenders, and home networking in general. OnHub sports a cylindrical design that's aesthetically pleasing enough to place in the living room or other central location in your home. There are no external antennas sticking out of the thing or blinking LEDs. Google isn't being vain here; the focus on physical design is to encourage users to place the router in plain sight where it can perform it's best.... Read more...