TP-Link recently introduced a couple of Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) routers based on Broadcom's platform. At CES 2019, the company announced multiple new Wi-Fi 6 products to provide wallet-friendly entry points to the new technology. However, the key introduction in our opinion is the Deco X10 - the latest update to their Deco lineup of mesh networking / whole-home Wi-Fi products. The Deco lineup has traditionally used Qualcomm's platforms. For the Deco X10 with 802.11ax support, TP-Link has decided to adopt a Broadcom platform. The list of 802.11ax products announced by TP-Link at CES include: Deco X10 2-pack (Q3 2019 / $350) Archer AX1800 Router (Q3 2019 / $130) Archer AX1500 Router (TBD) RE705X AX1800 Wi-Fi Range Extender (Q3 2019 / $100) Since these are essentially early product announcements, we do...
TP-Link has announced pre-orders for their first 802.11ax router - the 8-stream Archer AX6000, along with technical details, pricing, and other information. In addition, a higher-end model, the Archer...21 by Ganesh T S on 12/10/2018
TP-Link is primarily known for its network equipment, but the company has expanded its product lineup with smartphones and appropriate accessories in the recent years. At MWC 2018, the...6 by Anton Shilov on 3/12/2018