TP Link, first vertical Wi-Fi 6 router Archer AX80

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Archer AX80" is the first vertical Wi-Fi 6 router from TP-Link. A Wi-Fi 6 router that responds to residential consumers' requests for a vertical model that takes up less space and one with an integrated antenna.

With four built-in dual-band antennas and beamforming technology, a dual-band router that supports the 5GHz band (up to 4,804Mbps) and 2.4GHz band (1,148Mbps) can transport radio waves to every part of the house. Furthermore, because it supports 8 streams, it can provide reliable performance even when multiple devices are connected at the same time.

The Archer AX80 has 2.5 Gigabit WAN / LAN x 1, Gigabit LAN x 1, Gigabit LAN x 3, and a USB 3.0 x 1 interface. Wi-Fi encryption is WPA3, WPA2, WPA, WPA, WPA2-Enterprise, and the mesh feature supports TP-Link OneMesh.

The main body is 200 x 189 x 59 mm and has a maximum of 100 connections. The product has a three-year warranty. The expected market price, including tax, is roughly 129 EUR/USD, and sales will begin on December 14th.

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