TP-Link is showcasing their new Wi-Fi 2019 router at IFA 2019 this week in Berlin, showcasing the new Archer AX50 powered by Intel technology. Unfortunately, no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet, but as soon as information comes to light, we will keep you updated as always.
“Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) could turn out to be the most significant advancement in Wi-Fi development, delivering a huge boost in speed and total capacity. Mainstream adoption of Wi-Fi 6 is inching ever closer with more and more AX clients available. It’s the right time to upgrade your router to the newest generation of Wi-Fi!”
Features of the Archer AX50 include :
– Next-Gen Gig+ Wi-Fi 6 Speed—Speeds of 2,402 Mbps on a 5 GHz band and 574 Mbps on a 2.4 GHz band ensure smoother streaming and faster downloads.
– Connect More Devices—OFDMA technology will further increase capacity, enabling simultaneous transmission to more devices.
– Ultra-Low Latency—Up to 75% reduction in latency makes gaming and video chatting more responsive.
– Expanded Wi-Fi Coverage—Four high-gain external antennas and Beamforming technology combine to provide strong, reliable Wi-Fi throughout your home.
– Enhanced Security—Enjoy more secure and trusted Wi-Fi with TP-Link HomeCare.
– Reliable Connections—An Intel Home Wi-Fi Chipset greatly increases processing speed to deliver superior Wi-Fi 6 Gig+ performance.
– Improved Client Battery Life—Target Wake Time helps your devices to communicate more while consuming less power.
– Compatible with Alexa—Control your router via voice commands and make your life smarter and easier with Amazon Alexa.
“Wi-Fi has seen its greatest advancement in the last decade with the introduction of Wi-Fi 6,” said Doron Tal, general manager of Intel’s Wireless Infrastructure Group. “With Wi-Fi 6 Gig+, Intel is delivering premium Wi-Fi 6 connectivity with best-in-class performance. New Wi-Fi 6 Gig+ devices like TP-Link Archer AX50 make it possible for a broader set of consumers to start experiencing the full potential of Wi-Fi 6.”