TP-Link today unveiled its first full-featured Wi-Fi 6 router Archer AX50 in Shenzhen, China, with a speed of AX3000.
Wi-Fi 6 is IEEE 802.11ax, a new naming design used by the Wi-Fi Alliance to highlight intergenerational sensitivities and reduce user understanding costs.
The AX50’s built-in Intel network chipset claims to have three times the speed, four times the capacity of the device and a 75% reduction compared to 802.11ac.
It is reported that TP-Link Wi-Fi 6 router Archer AX50 supports 160MHz bandwidth, dual-speed concurrent speed can reach 3Gbps, which is less than two minutes to complete an 8GB HD movie.
In other aspects, the router provides 1 Gigabit WAN port, 4 Gigabit LAN ports, 1 USB 3.0 port, and 4 external antennas.
Unfortunately, the price of AX50 has not yet been announced. From the current Wi-Fi 6 routers market and the usual price route of TP-Link, it may be around 500 – 1000 yuan ($70 USD to $139 USD).
Here are some of the highlights of the router: