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Dual Band Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Router Adapter

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  • Dual-band Wi-Fi 6 efficiently minimizes network congestion
  • 1.8 Gbps speed for 4K streaming, online gaming, and downloading
  • 1.5 GHz quad-core processor ensures reliable communications
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Product Overview

The latest generation of Wi-Fi technology brings faster speeds, less lag and higher capacity, enabling more simultaneous connections on your home network. Every application feels more fluid with drastically improved Wi-Fi speeds. Both 2.4 GHz band and 5 GHz band get upgraded to the latest generation-perfect for 4K streaming, online gaming and fast downloading.
  • Dual-band Wi-Fi 6: equipped with the latest wireless technology, Wi-Fi 6, for faster speeds, greater capacity and reduced network congestion
  • Next-gen 1.8 Gbps speeds: enjoy smooth streaming, downloading and gaming all without buffering with Wi-Fi speeds of 1.8 Gbps
  • Connect more devices: Wi-Fi 6 technology communicates more data to more devices using revolutionary OFDMA technology while simultaneously reducing lag
  • Quad-core processing: the 1.5 GHz quad-core CPU ensures communications between your router and all connected devices are smooth
  • Increased battery life: Target Wake Time technology reduces your devices' power consumption to extend their battery life
  • Backward compatible: supports all previous 802.11 standards and all Wi-Fi devices



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Number of Ports8544
Network StandardWireless ACWireless ACWireless ACWireless AC Gigabit
FeaturesWirelessEthernet connection,Indicator light,Parental Controls,WPS,WirelessBuilt-in firewall,Parental Controls,WPS,WirelessData Encryption,Ethernet connection,Indicator light,Parental Controls,Wireless
Electronics Included ComponentsCable(s),SoftwareAC Adaptor/ChargerAC Adaptor/Charger,Cable(s),SoftwareAC Adaptor/Charger,Cable(s)
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.87 in
Product Height (in.)
9.45 in
Product Width (in.)
12.99 in

Details

Band
Dual Band
Color/Finish
Black
Electronics Included Components
AC Adaptor/Charger
Features
Ethernet connection,Indicator light,Parental Controls,WPS,Wireless
Frequency
5 GHz
Maximum data transfer rate/speed (Mbps)
1800
Network Standard
Wireless AC
Number of antennas
4
Number of Ports
5
Operating System Compatibility
Linux,Mac,Unix,Windows
Pack Size
1
Port Type
RJ-45
Product Weight (lb.)
1.92 lb
Recommended Use
Gaming,HD Video Streaming,Multi-Device,SOHO,Video Chat,Web Surfing
Returnable
90-Day
Wi-Fi Range
Medium to Large Homes
WiFi Speed
AC1900 to AC2200
WiFi Technology
802.11ac,802.11n

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CE Certified,FCC Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
2 Years

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 33 reviews
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I was hoping to replace my older Linksys Router with this TP-LINK Dual Band Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Rout...
I was hoping to replace my older Linksys Router with this TP-LINK Dual Band Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Router Adapter seeings how my desktop is running slow with a new XPS 8930 Tower I purchased last year. TP-LINK looks like a very nice router. Tried to set this up 5/14 and It took a while to figure how to get it set up by myself. If I could get it all the way set up it would be nice..Called my fried for help. Instruction Say's their is 2 Methods to set this up and I can not get into to either one. 1st. is the TP-Trather app.. 2nd their http/tplinkwifi.net or http.//192.168.0.1 on my desktop. 1st 2 pictures are what I get on the TP-Trather app on my iphone, press "Get" pop up say's to "Double Click to Instal" in the middle right side of the screen or bottom say's "Confirm with the slide button?" Tap on either and it just goes back to the APP to "Get"?? Last 3 pictures are of what I get on my Desktop of either http/tplinkwifi.net or http.//192.168.0.1. The only TP-Link site I can get into is their store. And no I didn't try to trying to bind my current router to your current TP-Link ID, I would know how or what it means. My friend that is a computer expert, drove 75 mile to came up on 5/19 to help me get this working. He couldn't fix the issues, and couldn't get in the TP-Trather app or http/tplinkwifi.net or http.//192.168.0.1 either. And after extensive research on this router and spending over 2 hours on it, he said this router is defective, it will not connect to the app or http/tplinkwifi.net or http.//192.168.0.1 and will not re-set to the factory setting. He's been trying to contact TP-Link. I sent a e-mail to the seed 5/19 explaing everything and that this router is defective and asked "Can you please see if they will send me a replacement with a return shipping label so I can send them this one back when I get the new one? No responce from them to date. Looks like I'm stuck with a defective TP router and need to figure out how to re-hook the Linksys back up, I'm no computer expert. This has been very frustrating experiance. From the reviews no one has had my issues, all seemed to have a smooth setup...
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Response from TPLinkSupportJun 2, 2021
Hi,

Thank you for your review. We regret to hear your initial interaction with our Support Team was anything less than satisfactory, and we would appreciate another opportunity to follow up with you to address your concerns. At your earliest convenience, please send an e-mail to USSupportTeam@TP-Link.com and include a link to your review and a copy of any correspondence you may have received from the original support agent(s).

Thank you,
TP-Link Support tplink
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2 found this review helpful
How fast is it? That is what is easily the number one question (Which I'll get to). First, if yo...
How fast is it? That is what is easily the number one question (Which I'll get to). First, if you are still paying your internet service provider to lease their equipment, I'll save you time and just recommend buying it right now. Depending on your internet speed, you may also need to purchase a modem. You'll not only save money in the long run, you most likely see a boost in your internet speed. TP-Link's Archer AX1800 is a good router and is a steal with its price tag. Setup is very straight forward. Simply use your smartphone to scan the QR code, download the app and it will walk you through the easy setup. The AX1800 claims Wi-Fi speeds of 1.8 Gbps *. I have 1 Gbps fiber optic internet and after setting up the AX1800, I used my phone to test the speeds on both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bandwidth. I was a few feet away from the router when I performed these tests. The 2.4 GHz topped out at almost 105 Mbps. The 5 GHz topped out at just over 677 Mbps. Not quite the speed advertised, but still very fast. For the price and the speeds, it would be hard to find a better entry level router.
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Response from TPLinkSupportJun 21, 2021
Hi,

Thank you for your review. We're happy to hear you are overall pleased with the router. To ensure the best possible signal, it's important to make sure placement is as optimal as possible.

To ensure optimal performance of your wireless router please check, and if needed, update its firmware using the steps outlined in our FAQ: https://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-2139.html

If you would like assistance with any of these steps, please reach out to our free support team using any of the resources included with the product, or from our official website, and we'll gladly have a Support Agent follow up with you directly.

Thank you,
TP-Link Support tplink
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1 found this review helpful
TP-LINK Dual Band Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Router Adapter, Black I am using for my home to enable more s...
TP-LINK Dual Band Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Router Adapter, Black I am using for my home to enable more simultaneous connections on my home network. Need to improve my current Wi-Fi speeds. it has both 2.4 GHz band and 5 GHz band get upgraded to the latest generation for faster downspeeds. It has Dual band Wi-Fi 6 with equipped with the latest wireless technology, Wi-Fi 6. It's purpose is to connect more devices to simultane communicating more data to more devices. I have videophone router, monitor for videophone, high speed internet modem. It takes a while to figure how to get the router hooking up by myself. It works good and faster than other router.
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2 found this review helpful
I live in a large house 4300sqft, without adding finished basement. Before I had AC1300 router in...
I live in a large house 4300sqft, without adding finished basement. Before I had AC1300 router in basement near modem and 802.11n router on first floor. 802.11n was only serving kids. My wife and I both are working from home and were using HomePlug AV2 ethernet over power adapters. For long time interconnection LAN speeds at home were much faster than speeds advertised by internet providers. I had both fiber and cable. And I remember first fiber was 50mbps, while I could do >100mpbs to 802.11n over 5GHz wide channels. Now affordable cable plan give me >400mpbs and I saw it reduced to only 80mbps over ethernet over power even after I installed phase coupler. I read about WIFI6 or 802.11AX that standard uses OFDM modulation to concurrently send data to multiple devices in the same time frame. This is fascinating technology that was used since CDMA on cellular networks. Cell providers pay fortune for a spectrum and need to utilize that very efficiently. So your cell phone receives the entire stream but only decodes part that is sent to it. Now this tech along with MU-MIMO and beamforming came to free spectrum like wifi. This is because 2.4-2.5GHz chunk is becoming narrow for contemporary speeds and needs to be managed very effectively. Using this router along with mesh devices I created single SSID wireless network utilizing the entire free spectrum on 2.4 and 5GHz bands. One of the mesh devices has wireless backhaul, meaning that it retransmit on another portion of digital spectrum signals received from other devices. Router can be managed from cell phone app or via web page. Cloud integration is nice free feature that lets to manage router from anywhere. Setup is very simple and done via wizzard in the app. Router can be managed without cloud as well. Parental control feature is much better than on my old router. It has ability to limit cumulative and also set bed time e.g. you could set only 4 hours in total anywhere from 6AM to 9PM. There's a vpn server that can setup and login from anywhere in the world to manage your LAN devices. You could setup free DDNS to resolve your router IP address via domain name. This allows to securely manage devices that are deployed on home network without punching multiple holes in router firewall as it used to be before. Due to addition of VPN, firewall management became very simple. There also advance features such as VLAN, static routing etc. If you like your existing router you can configure this one in AP mode to use wifi transmitter only and leave routing to the old device. But for me VPN and other new features are crucial. Also small but nice: you could disable network status LEDs by simple push of a button. Speeds up to 1800mbps or 1.8gbps are perfect as you will not get >1gbps over WAN NIC. In real environment with radio noise coming from neighboring routers and other devices this 1.8gbps will be ~1gbps. There's also USB port that you can plug solid state drive to run back-up or file server.
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3 found this review helpful
The TP-Link Dual Band Wi-Fi 6 router has solved my smart home connectivity problems. My old route...
The TP-Link Dual Band Wi-Fi 6 router has solved my smart home connectivity problems. My old router was constantly going off-line for several minutes at a time and my smart devices would loose their connection. I used to think that some type of interference was causing the problem. After switching out my router with the Archer AX1800, my problems went away. I have since connected my fire cube to the router’s gigabit LAN port, my families smart phones to the 5 GHz wi-fi band and a 1 terabyte shared drive to the USB port without any issues. I currently have 26 devices connected to the wi-fi and the router works perfectly. Setup was a breeze using the TP-Link Tether app on my iPhone. The Tether app walks you through the setup process and you can also use the application to manage and customize your router. The router has two wireless bands (2.4 and 5.0 GHz), four gigabit LAN connections and a USB 2.0 port all managed by a 1.5GHz quad core processor. According to the manufacturer, the router uses the latest generation of Wi-Fi 6 technology which allows for faster speeds and more simultaneous connections. All I can say is I couldn’t be more satisfied with this router.
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2 found this review helpful
Very Impressive Speeds!! The speeds are much better than our old TP-Link router. My husband’s download speeds are now 170 Mbps and upload is 12 Mbps and mine are 178 down and 10 up. This router is very easy to setup but we also used our old TP-Link install instruction booklet which has much more detail. As with our old TP-Link router, this new router does not take up much desk top space. The base is 6 inches in depth by 12 inches wide by 1 ¼ inches tall and the adjustable antennas go up to a max of 6 ¼ inches tall when the router is set on top of a level surface. Made in Vietnam. We are extremely happy with this new router and believe that TP-Link routers are worth every penny spent on them. Our old TP-Link router still works fine, but with newer technology, it was time for an upgrade. Highly Recommend TP-Link!!
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3 found this review helpful
Good coverage. Easy configuration....
Good coverage. Easy configuration.
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Easy to hook-up, range isn’t great....
Easy to hook-up, range isn’t great.
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Response from TPLinkSupportMay 23, 2022
Hi,

Thank you for your review. To ensure the best possible signal, it is important to make sure placement is as optimal as possible. Reducing obstructions and placing the router in a central location will help ensure your signal reaches the areas you need.

To ensure optimal performance of your wireless router, please check, and if needed, update its firmware using the steps outlined in FAQ 2139 on our official website. To locate this FAQ, visit our website and enter 2139 in the top-right search field, then click the corresponding FAQ in the search results.

If you would like assistance with any of these steps, please reach out to our free support team using any of the resources included with the product, or from our official website, and we'll gladly have a Support Agent follow up with you directly.

Thank you,
TP-Link Support tplink
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Delivers, Very Easy Setup with Tether App
My prior router died the morning of an important client video call. Frankly, I went to Home Depot because they were open so early. The router installation was very fast using their Tether App. I did have some latency issues with certain videos but it was corrected after updating the software easily from the Tether App. Highly recommended!
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    Works well as a network extender pretty fast easy...
    Works well as a network extender pretty fast easy to install
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