The TP-Link Archer AXE200 Omni router says goodbye to manual antenna tuning

TP-Link, the world’s leading manufacturer of network components, introduced several of its product innovations at CES 2022, with routers most understandably interested. The novelty with the label attracted the most attention Archer AXE200 Omni (Wi-Fi 6E AXE11000), which together with the latest three-band connectivity is particularly interesting four innovative antennas. These are mechanically driven and can signal dynamic position change direct exactly where it is needed.

#CES2022 – @TP-Link (Archer AXE200 Omni, AXE300 , & DECO Lineup)

The four antennas are able to “track” the position of the receiving device, or receive instructions to rotate from the mobile application. The facility received (for us, quite rightly) the CES Innovation Awards. Thanks to the standard Wi-Fi 6E the router will also offer speeds in excess 10 Gb/s combined with powerful 2.0GHz quad-core CPU the extra 2.5G postage.

TP-Link also introduced a new Mesh system in the Deco line, several other routers with Wi-Fi 6E and Wi-Fi 6 or repeaters and Wi-Fi USB adapters. We will know the prices of all new products and they are due to hit the market later this year.

What do you say to this interesting antenna solution?

Source: TP-Link


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