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New TP-Link router rotates antennas by itself for the best Wi-Fi signal

At CES 2022, they unveiled a prototype Wi-Fi router from TP-Link, dubbed the Archer AXE200 Omni.

The router is equipped with four antennas that, when turned on, fold out and automatically rotate to find and provide the best signal for their users.

The Wi-Fi 6E router adds a 6 GHz band in addition to the existing 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands. WiFi 6E has latency levels of 2-6 milliseconds, allowing users to use this new range for low-latency applications such as augmented and virtual reality mobile gaming and 8K video streaming.

For customers looking for a traditional yet powerful WiFi router, TP-Link also introduced the Archer AX300 quad-band router, which supports Wi-Fi 6E with dual (duplicated) 5GHz bands in addition to the 6GHz and 2.4GHz bands.

Pricing for this device has yet to be announced, however TP-link has said it will be available on the market in the second quarter of 2022.

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