TP-Link has a router with antenna that can adjust the direction automatically
TP-Link has a router with antenna that can adjust the direction automatically

TP-Link showed off a prototype of the new Archer AX200 omni router at this year's CES, which might be a strange innovation.

A lot of new routers using 6E connections will debut at this year's CES. But the architecture of this particular router has caught some people's attention.

The Archer AX200 Omni has four rotating mechanical antennas that can be turned on and off automatically to find the best signal.

These robotic antennas adapt to the direction of the user or the direction specified by the application.

Although the need for this special function is controversial. However, it is strange to see the router come to life and move its antenna.

Although the effectiveness of this particular function is uncertain. But the technical specifications are impressive.

As you'd expect from a 6E router, the Archer AXE200 Omni has improved tri-band speeds, and the 6GHz band joins the existing 5GHz and 2.4GHz bands.

Additionally, Wi-Fi 6E compatibility allows routers to use additional bandwidth and reduce overall latency.

The new router offers speeds of up to 11 Gbit / s and is equipped with a quad-core 2.0 GHz processor.

You can also use EasyMesh to create a truly transparent mesh network. 10G port provides highly reliable and fast data transmission.

HomeShield provides comprehensive network protection, powerful parental controls, and real-time security.

The Archer AX200 Omni is still in the prototype stage. Therefore, there is no information on the price or release date.

TP-Link has a router that can move the antenna automatically

TP-Link also introduces the Archer AXE300 router, the company's first quad-band router. Although it does not have a separate antenna. But it shares the same design with the Archer AX200 Omni.

The Archer AXE300 takes full advantage of the increased 5GHz frequency band, as well as the 6GHz and 2.4GHz frequency bands of WiFi 6E. The Archer AX300 is expected to be available in the second quarter of 2022.

More frequency bands can reduce network congestion. You can also select a user defined frequency band. If the device or computer is too far from the router to connect over Ethernet, this should come in handy for things like online gaming.

In the field of mesh, the company has also announced an update to the Deco router. The new TP-Link Deco XE200 supports 6E Wi-Fi, which means that speeds of up to 11 Gbit/s can be achieved.

The company said a system with two deco routers can cover a 6,500-square-foot home and connect 200 devices at the same time. This would make the decor suitable for use in small offices, home offices and apartments.

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