Optimizing a router for your space can be painful, but TP-Link tries to make it easy with a new router. The Archer AXE200 Omni is a WiFi 6E model with four mechanical antennas that rotate automatically. The idea is that, to optimize the signal, the router will adjust the antenna placement based on the location and use of the WiFi devices.
The Archer AXE200 Omni can offer total speeds above 10 Gbps, according to TP-Link. It has a three-band setting that includes a 6 Ghz band. If it works as promised, the router could improve inadequate connections throughout your home or maintain a consistent WiFi connection while streaming video to your phone.
In other news, TP-Link has developed its first quad-band router, the Archer AXE300. He says the device can provide WiFi speeds of up to 16 Gbps. Having more zones could reduce network congestion. You can set up a dedicated band, which will be useful for things like online gaming if your console or computer is too far from the router to connect via Ethernet.
In addition, the company's latest flagship mesh system is the Deco XE200. With the help of WiFi 6E, TP-Link claims that it can offer speeds up to 11 Gbps. A two-pack should cover up to 6.500 square feet and connect more than 200 devices.
All three of these router systems will come with TP-Link HomeShield to give owners complete control of their network as well as a degree of security. The company announced many other WiFi 6E products at CES, including Deco Voice X50, which has a built-in smart speaker and a unit designed to extend a mesh network outdoors. All these routers will be available in 2022.
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