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TP Link Archer AX90 AX6600 Tri-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 Router

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TP-Link Archer AX90 is a capable Wi-Fi 6 router equipped with Tri-band, 160MHz, and a 2.5Gbps Multi-Gig port. TP-Link AX6600 have reliable and fast Wi-Fi performance, excellent range.

TP-Link Archer AX90 AX6600 Wi-Fi 6 router Feature:

  • Faster AX6600 Tri-Band Wi-Fi – 4804 Mbps (5 GHz) + 1201 Mbps (5 GHz) + 574 Mbps (2.4 GHz).
  • Ultra Connectivity – 1 × 2.5 Gbps WAN/LAN port + 1 × 1 Gbps WAN/LAN port + 3 × Gigabit LAN ports and also two USB ports ensure max flexibility and boosted throughput.
  • Maximized Coverage – Eight high-gain antennas equipped with Beamforming ensure vast coverage.
  • More Devices with Less Lag – OFDMA and MU-MIMO technology deliver data to multiple devices, simultaneously.
  • TP-Link HomeShield – Enhanced security prevents the latest cyber threats.
  • Strong CPU – 1.5 GHz quad-core processor guarantees fast transmission speeds and smooth operation of numerous devices and applications.
  • Refined Security– WPA3 reinforces Wi-Fi encryption for improved security.

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TP-Link Archer AX90 AX6600 Wi-Fi 6 router Spec:

Standards Wi-Fi 6
IEEE 802.11ax/ac/n/a 5 GHz
IEEE 802.11ax/n/b/g 2.4 GHz
WiFi Speeds AX6600
5 GHz: 4804 Mbps (802.11ax, HE160)
5 GHz: 1201 Mbps (802.11ax)
2.4 GHz: 574 Mbps (802.11ax)
WiFi Range 8× Fixed High-Performance Antennas
Multiple antennas form a signal-boosting array to cover more directions and large areasBeamforming
Concentrates wireless signal strength towards clients to expand WiFi rangeHigh-Power FEM
Improves transmission power to strengthen signal coverage4T4R
Multiple streams in the same band strengthen the fault tolerance in transmission
Processor 1.5 GHz Quad-Core CPU
Ethernet Ports 1× 2.5 Gbps WAN/LAN Port
1× 1 Gbps WAN/LAN Port
3× 1 Gbps LAN Ports
USB Support 1× USB 3.0 Port
1× USB 2.0 PortSupported Partition Formats:
NTFS, exFAT, HFS+, FAT32Supported Functions:
Apple Time Machine
FTP Server
Media Server
Samba Server
WiFi Encryption WPA
WPA2
WPA3
WPA/WPA2-Enterprise (802.1x)

TP-Link Archer AX90 AX6600 Tri-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 Router Review

 

TP-Link Archer AX90 AX6600 Wi-Fi 6 Reviews:

Powered by a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor, Archer AX90 is an eight-stream AX6600 tri-band router that can reach maximum data rates of 574Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band, 1,201 Mbps on one of the 5GHz bands, and 4,804 Mbps on the secondary 5GHz band. It’s a Wi-Fi 6 device in which supports the newest 802.11 ax technologies, including 160MHz channel bandwidth, WPA3 encryption, Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access (OFDMA), Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM), Target Wake Time, 4×4 MU-MIMO data streaming, beamforming, and Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS).

As with other TP-Link routers such as the Archer AX11000 and Archer AX73, the Archer AX90(AX6600) comes along with a free HomeShield Basic plan for strong parental controls and basic network security scans. You can use HomeShield to set age-based website filters; monitor how long a user has been online and what sites they’ve been visiting; and block access to specific sites.

TP Link Archer AX90 delivered strong throughput on our 5GHz tests, but its 2.4 GHz performance wasn’t quite as impressive. Its score of 841Mbps on the 5GHz close proximity (same room) test was second in this test group only to the Netgear XR1000 (865Mbps). The TP-Link Archer AX11000 and Linksys MR9600 scored 831Mbps and 840Mbps, respectively. The AX90’s score of 277Mbps on the 30-foot test was faster than the Netgear XR1000 (230Mbps) and the Linksys MR9600 (228Mbps) however it couldn’t match the speed of the Archer AX11000 (328Mbps).

Best used in homes with approximately four bedrooms, the TP-Link Archer AX90 (AX6600) has quite a large range, using its array of eight antennas to cover more directions and to open up more bandwidth. By the router, I obviously had the fastest speeds from my WiFi 6 compatible smartphone on the fastest channel, it had the chance to about 69Mbps. Even behind one thick wall, I found my connection hadn’t dropped by much, at 67Mbps. Further away, through two walls, there was a more significant drop but not by anything dramatic, it was still 58Mpbs. So the connection was pretty stable across my home because of the router, and more generally, it felt a lot faster to use too.

Archer AX90 TP-LINK AX6600

Final:

If you’re looking for a well-performing Tri-band Wi-Fi 6 router that won’t break your bank or give you all the bells and whistles, the TP-Link Archer AX90(AX6600) is an excellent buy. Go for it!

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1 review for TP Link Archer AX90 AX6600 Tri-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 Router

  1. Joe

    Update, speed and range of its wifi is phenomenal, raised to 5 stars!
    I bought this to replace a 3 month old mesh system we’d bought. I thought the mesh, with its second access point, had decent range but we had huge issues with our devices not wanting to let go of the access point they first connected to, would rarely jump over to 5ghz, and speeds were literally 2-10% of what our modem provides 50% of the time. So, I bought the TP-Link AX90 for the same price and for day 1 at least, I’m extremely pleased with the router’s performance. Where the mesh would struggle to push 5mbs, i have 240mbs (on a 200mb plan) and even outside at edge of 10000 sqft lot with router behind 2 walls of a brick house i get 200mbs on an LG v40 cellphone (V40 doesn’t even support ax/wifi 6). Having 14 devices on the network, 3 of which streaming -no lag whatsoever. The bad -but not a deal breaker; to access QOS settings you have to have a subscription, which is ridiculous but perhaps a good idea to keep the price low now that i think about it. The router works great without the QOS, i havent tried using any subscription options, but i do miss being able to limit bandwidth of gaming systems or other data hogs on the network. Another negative (without subscription) is not being easily able to deny individual devices access to the internet, like printers, which should be included. The menus within the admin access configuration are better than most ive used but still are disorganized. Physically, the router is small and very light weight, and looks really compact and sleek, the LEDs can be turned off on schedule too, but they arn’t going to give anyone epileptic fits like the Nighthawk’s strobe lamps will, so i left them on. I did not use the tether app to config mine but using ethernet cable setup was a breeze although Safari and Firefox on a mac will complain about the unsecure connection to the router when you try to login to router’s configuration, which is another negative and also why i have the router configuration access set for wired local access only. Hopefully i wont need to connect to it every 10mins like the mesh system. So far im really impressed. I have an IT background which made things easier for me but i’m no pro. People with no IT knowledge can configure this unit but dont forget to turn off UPnP and do change the admin password to something highly complex. Also consider changing the dns servers manually for privacy from your isp. TP-LINK website has a great detailed pdf manual for this router too.

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