TP-Link Archer AX50 AX3000 Dual-Band Wi-Fi 6 Router
- Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) enabled router with speed across 2 bands--2,402 Mbps on 5GHz and 574 Mbps on 2.4GHz--ensures smoother streaming and faster downloads at home
- Four high-gain external antennae paired with beamforming technology extend the range of your home Wi-Fi
- Five Gigabit ethernet ports (1 WAN and 4 LAN) let you connect devices to the internet using a wired connection for potentially faster and more reliable download and streaming speeds
- Backwards compatibility supports all older Wi-Fi devices, including those compatible with Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac), Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n), and earlier Wi-Fi versions (802.11a/b/g)
- Ultra-low latency lets you enjoy more responsive gaming and smoother video chatting
- OFDMA and MU-MIMO technologies increase capacity by 4 times, so you enjoy simultaneous transmission to more devices
- TP-Link HomeCare offers enhanced security for your home Wi-Fi network
- Intel Home Wi-Fi Chipset increases processing speed to deliver enhanced Wi-Fi 6 Gig+ performance
- Target Wake Time enables your devices to communicate more while consuming less power, extending your battery life
- Amazon Alexa-compatibility lets you control your router using voice commands for hands-free convenience
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Of the 22 reviewers who responded, 16 would recommend this product.
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Ease of Use: Good
- Risky purchase- January 13, 2020
First one started going into continuous reset cycles after about 3 days. Exchanged for a 2nd one thinking that I might have just drawn the inevitable dud. The second one lasted for about a month and a half, then started locking up after a few hours of being turned on. It required a hard reset to get it going again. This router runs HOT! even without a load. Luckily, with the timing of my purchase I was able to take advantage of the extended Christmas return window. I exchanged this for the Asus RT-AX88U. WOW what a difference! The Asus is easily worth twice the price. Better performance and much better signal coverage. The Asus isn't just "more" reliable, it "IS" reliable (as a router should be.)Helpful (4)Not helpful (0)Report
- Advanced features require app- November 10, 2019
Good price for a Wi-Fi 6 router... setup was easy and experienced no problems swapping out from an old router. Good range and speed, but we really didn't push the boundaries. My compliant is with the advanced features such as parental controls, QoS, and anti-virus. Those features require a phone app and cannot be administered from the standard (local) configuration web-page. The app wants, effectively, full permissions... I'm not sure why QoS settings, or any other router admin, would require access to my location, camera etc. No thanks.Helpful (6)Not helpful (1)Report
- Dubious tactics from TP Link- November 21, 2019
+ Decent coverage, reasonable(ish) price, Wi-fi configs on the firmware aren't awfully basic like many routers - File transfer performance is kind of mediocre, sluggish firmware ----- Basic function of QoS is walled off and can only be accessed through phone app after your register for HomeCare with TP-Link id; yes, your new router can't be fully controlled by browser access, they want your data if you want to use features in your router that you already paid for. Absolutely rubbish.Helpful (10)Not helpful (2)Report