If you are in the market for a new wireless router you might be interested in two new pieces of kit unveiled by TP-Link this week in the form of the Archer AX6000 and AX11000 802.11ax wireless routers. Fitted with eight high-gain external antennas deliver a powerful WiFi signal throughout the home, while Rangeboost and Beamforming technology concentrate the wireless signal directly to your devices rather than spreading out the signal haphazardly, explains TP-Link.
The TP-Link Archer AX6000 wireless router offers users AX WiFi speeds up to 1148 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band and 4804 Mbps on the 5 GHz band, providing up to 4x capacity than previous AC Wi-Fi systems. Internally TP-Link have fitted a powerful 1.80 GHz quad-core processor with two WiFi co-processors and 1 GB of RAM and the hardware is the first 802.11ax WiFi r1st to be unveiled. TP-Link Explains more about the Archer AX11000 wireless router.
“TP-Link’s new gaming series flagship, Archer AX11000 is armed with the latest AX WiFi (WiFi 6) and high-end hardware. The AX11000 is an ultra-fast latency-ripper that delivers a great network performance for your gaming experience. This skillful racer transmits data at astonishing tri-band speeds up to 10756 Mbps, and its revolutionary OFDMA technology and Gaming Accelerator combine to demolish latency and interference, to become the perfect network hub for your gaming needs.”
The TP-Link AX6000 wireless router is now available to preorder from online stores such as Amazon from today priced at $350 while the TP-Link AX11000 will be available early next year during January 2019 priced at $450. Both routers are equipped with a 2.5Gbps WAN port and eight gigabit LAN ports and USB-C 3.0 and USB-A 3.0 ports.