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TP-Link Archer C80: Upgrade for the future of your home network

The TP-Link of Greece announces a new addition to their range WiFi Routers offering - the Archer C80, a fully equipped and affordable AC1900 MU-MIMO WiFi Router. The Archer C80 is a more affordable option to try out the widespread 802.11ac Wave 2 WiFi experience, without compromising on performance.

TP-Link Archer C80: Upgrade for the future of your home network
TP-Link Archer C80: Upgrade for the future of your home network

Improving the era of home routers

Today, a growing number of devices, such as personal computers, have adopted an AC dual band 3T3R structure. But if this is combined with a weaker dual band 2T2R WiFi Router, one third of the performance will be lost. Thus, high-speed network equipment cannot fully take advantage of every advantage it has.

The Archer C80, however, uses the dual band band AC 3T3R architecture with a total bandwidth of 1900 Mbps (1300 Mbps at 5 GHz and 600 Mbps in the 2,4 GHz band) - which is suitable for all mainstream portable and desktops - to fully unleash the capabilities of your devices.

TP-Link Archer C80: Upgrade for the future of your home network
TP-Link Archer C80: Upgrade for the future of your home network

The best choice designed for everyone

The TP-Link Archer C80 is a WiFi Router that has everything. With the integration of the 802.11ac Wave 2, the Archer C80 uses MU-MIMO to allow multiple devices to communicate simultaneously, meeting the growing needs of a home's range. In addition, the Archer C80 is equipped with improved mainstream functions, such as application configuration, cloud services, parental control, visitor network, support IPv6 protocol and much more, to meet the needs of users in different scenarios - overall improving the online experience.

Η strong chip performance and the high-performance antenna design help the Archer C80 excel in capabilities, wireless coverage and stability. Also, an optimized operating system operating on its built-in chip allows its competitive and affordable price compared to other direct competitors.

TP-Link Archer C80: Upgrade for the future of your home network

Bring this work of art into your life

To make this affordable WiFi Router even more prominent, the original design of its predecessors was revised with a modern minimalist design that easily fits most modernly decorated homes.

Key features of Archer C80:

● 802.11ac Wave 2 WiFi - 1300 Mbps in the 5 GHz zone and 600 Mbps in the 2,4 GHz zone.

● 3 × 3 MIMO Technology - Transmits and receives data in three streams to combine perfectly with 3 × 3 clients.

. Enhanced WiFi coverage - Beamforming technology provides an extremely efficient wireless connection.

. MU-MIMO - Helps your devices achieve optimal performance by making communication more efficient.

. Personalized management - Advanced functions such as parental control, the visitor network and access control provide personalized tools for network management.

. Smart Connection - Smart Connect directs customers to less congested areas and Airtime Fairness optimizes time usage.

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