TP-Link released three new routers: all support Wi-Fi6E, and one is very sci-fi

On January 7th, at the recent CES 2022 exhibition, TP-Link released the new AXE16000 quad-band router Archer AXE300. Archer AXE300 supports the new 6GHz frequency band, can provide users with a Wi-Fi speed of 16Gbps, and is equipped with a quad-core CPU with a frequency of 2.0GHz. With 10G WAN/LAN interface, and this router supports customized design, more network frequency bands can also effectively reduce Wi-Fi congestion problems, users can freely set their own dedicated frequency bands to achieve a smoother network Experience. In addition, TP-Link also released the Deco XE200 AXE11000 tri-band router with 1024-QAM and 160MHz channel width. The network rate of tri-band Wi-Fi is as high as 11Gbps. TP-Link also demonstrated the prototype of the new Archer AXE200 Omni router at the CES exhibition. This router is equipped with four antennas that can be automatically folded and rotated to obtain a better signal. If you like digital technology information, remember to click to subscribe.