TP-Link’s new Archer AX6000 router is the cheapest Wi-Fi 6 router you can get right now
TP-Link has entered the Wi-Fi 6 fray with its new Archer AX6000 router.
Like different AX6000-class routers, the Archer AX6000 is a dual-band router that serves up speeds of as much as 1,148Mbps on its 2.4GHz community and 4,804Mbps on its 5GHz community.
However, these speeds are solely attainable with Wi-Fi 6 appropriate shoppers – of which they’re none right now.
Which means if you need a style of those blistering speeds, you’ll want two of those routers setup in a bridge mode.
Anyway, again to the Archer AX6000. It has a single 2.5Gbps WAN port and eight Gigabit LAN ports. It additionally has two USB 3.zero ports – one USB-A and one other USB-C. This makes it one in all the first routers to function a USB-C port.
The Archer AX6000 additionally comes with built-in antivirus, the standard parental management choices, and QoS. It additionally works with Alexa and IFTTT so you can use it to handle your good units.
But maybe most vital of all, the TP-Link Archer AX6000 is priced at S$479, which makes it a good bit extra inexpensive than the ASUS RT-AX88U (S$599) and the Netgear RAX80 (S$659). It is stocked in shops now.