The antennas of this Wi-Fi router follow the movements of the user

The antennas of this Wi-Fi router follow the movements of the user

Setting up a Wi-Fi router is often a big problem for the user, who has to adjust the position of the antennas in order to get the best signal. The TP-Link Archer AXE200 Omni does the job on its own.

If there is one sector where innovation should help users, it is in the area of ​​Wi-Fi routers. The installation of these boxes often requires a lot of handling and gymnastics to get the most out of the capabilities. of these devices. And in particular for the antennas.

Looks like a killer robot

The Archer AXE200 Omni, presented by TP-Link at CES, includes four antennas that position themselves automatically where the user is at home. This makes the case look a bit threatening like a robot, but what wouldn’t you do to get the best possible Wi-Fi signal! No more drudgery of having to position the antennas correctly …

The mechanically rotating antennas (they are each propelled by a motor) can also be manipulated in the dedicated mobile application. Perhaps the opportunity to scare children … The Archer AXE200 Omni is not satisfied with this fun (and practical) feature. It is also and above all a 6E Wi-Fi router, which therefore operates on 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies like the previous versions of Wi-Fi, but also 6 GHz. A band that promotes throughput and speed, while reducing latency.

Wi-Fi 6E will prevail in the coming months and years, but it is already possible to take advantage of it: in addition to routers, more and more smartphones are compatible. Buying the Archer AXE200 Omni is therefore more than a bet on the future! Too bad that TP-Link does not specify the price of this product …

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