the IFA 2018 in Berlin, TP-Link company presented three-band gaming routers supporting the Wi-Fi standard of the sixth generation of 802.11ax and 8×8 MU-MIMO technology for receiving and transmitting data – the top AX11000 and the more budgetary Archer AX6000.
With support for 802.11ax, as well as 1024QAM, HT160 and four times the length of the OFDMA symbol, the presented Archer AX11000, and AX6000 boosts the performance of the home Wi-Fi network to a higher level. The devices provide a speed of wireless data transmission up to 1148 Mbit / s on the 2.4 GHz band and up to 11000 Mbit / s on the 5 GHz band. In the mode of Gaming Mode, routers give priority to the game traffic, allowing professional gamers to fight with a minimum delay in any conditions.
Novelties are equipped with one WAN-port, working at a speed of 2.5 Gb / s and eight Gigabit LAN-ports to organize more wired connections. Eight external antennas create a fairly powerful Wi-Fi signal throughout the house, providing a stable coverage even in the most remote areas. Through the proprietary mobile application Tether, you can conveniently configure the routers in just a few minutes, connecting them to your smartphone via Bluetooth.
Prices and launch date of Archer AX6000 and AX11000 will be announced later.