TP-LINK releases 1800 Mbps Wi-Fi 6 Archer TX20U Plus adapter which comes with a high gain antenna

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TP Link has introduced two new products: a Wi-Fi dongle called Archer TX20U Plus that is connected to a computer by USB and supports Wi-Fi 6.

The Wi-Fi dongle that is connected over USB and enables you to upgrade your personal computer to support Wi-Fi 6 simply. At 5GHz (1,201Mbps) plus 2.4GHz, it is possible to carry out data transfers at speeds of up to 1,800Mbps (574Mbps). Thanks to the high-gain dual-band antenna that is included in your setup, you will have no trouble uploading or downloading even the largest of files and data. The overall measurements are 84 millimeters across, 156.3 millimeters deep, and 19.2 millimeters high. The length of the cable that is attached is three meters. This unit will cost $40.

Archer T3U Nano
A Wi-Fi 6 handset known as the Archer T3U Nano has been made available as a nano receiver type the size of a 1 yen coin. It can transfer data at a maximum rate of 1,300 Mbps at both 5 GHz (867 Mbps) and 2.4 GHz (400 Mbps). In addition, it is compatible with the most recent encryption standard, WPA3, and it uses MU-MIMO technology, which boosts the throughput and the efficiency of the entire network. The width measures 19.85 millimeters, and the depth measures 15.7 millimeters. It weighs 7.39 grams. This adapter would cost $20 

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