TP Link Archer AX72 AX5400 Wi-Fi 6 Router Feature:
Gigabit WiFi for 8K Streaming— 5400 Mbps WiFi for faster browsing, streamings, and downloading, all both.
Fully Featured Wi-Fi 6— Equips with the top structure of 4T4R and HE160 on the 5 GHz band to enable a 4.8 Gbps ultra-fast connection.
Connect 100+ Devices— Sustains MU-MIMO and OFDMA to reduce congestion and quadruple the average throughput.
Extensive Coverage— 6 × antennas and Beamforming ensure broad coverage.
HomeShield— TP-Link’s premium security services keep your home network safe with cutting-edge features for network and IoT protection.
More Vents, Less Heat— Improved vents area unleashes the full power of all of the machine.
USB Sharing-– 1 × USB 3.0 port enables easy media sharing and private cloud building.
Easy Setup— Set up the router in minutes with the Tether app.
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Last updated on May 18, 2022 1:41 pm
TP Link Archer AX72 AX5400 Wi-Fi 6 Router Spec:
IEEE 802.11ax/ac/n/a 5 GHz
IEEE 802.11ax/n/b/g 2.4 GHz
5 GHz: 4804 Mbps (802.11ax, HE160)
2.4 GHz: 574 Mbps (802.11ax)
||6× 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
||1 GHz Dual-Core CPU
||1× Gigabit WAN Port
4× Gigabit LAN Ports
||1× USB 3.0 Port
Supported Partition Formats:
NTFS, exFAT, HFS+, FAT32
Apple Time Machine
||1× 5 GHz Guest Network
1× 2.4 GHz Guest Network
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TP Link Archer AX72 AX5400 Wi-Fi 6 Router Rewiews:
The new Archer AX72 from TP-Link is a high efficiency WiFi 6 AX5400 wireless router that promises to deliver strong WiFi coverage and lightning fast performance. It’s basically the Archer AX73 that’s slightly watered down so it could be sold at a more affordable price.
At first glance, one might confuse the Archer AX72 with the AX73, and who can blame you? These are essentially the same products, however Archer AX72 has a dual-core CPU instead of a triple-core, which explains the price difference.
The star of the show will definitely be the WiFi performance of the Archer AX72. I have no issues obtaining greater than 800Mbps consistently on my iPhone 12 Pro when running speed test on my 1Gbps Internet connection.
Going on to the long distance speed test, the Archer AX72 shines with really good WiFi speed when testing on my laptop with the Intel AX200 WiFi 6 adapter. Granted, it’s slightly slower than the more expensive Archer AX73 however the difference is really small here.
I will be testing the 2.4 Ghz signal now. Like the 5Ghz test, the Archer AX72 performs decently with good 2.4 Ghz WiFi speed and great stability even when the signal is weaker. That’s due to the fact that I am using a laptop with WiFi 6 at the same time and on my older laptop, the speed will be much slower.
Another key selling point for the Archer AX72 is its assistance for the TP-Link OneMesh system. Comparable to what other brands are doing, if you are planning to guarantee strong coverage throughout a bigger home or maybe a small office, you can do so easily without any high costs.
Just hook up your current network to TP-Link’s OneMesh extenders, and you can theoretically enjoy the same high speeds with intelligent connections and easy centralised management via Tether or your browser.
Also with no tapping on the OneMesh support, the Archer AX72 offers solid Wi-Fi 6 coverage for a space of around 92 sqm with several walls acting as obstacles.
Obviously, performance is at its peak with the Ethernet connection, with near to 1Tbps for both upload and download speeds using Starhub Fibre Broadband. Uploading a 5 GB file onto YouTube was a swift enough affair, taking about 5 to 8 seconds, while downloading a file of the same size takes slightly longer, at 9 to 10 seconds.
As for the Wi-Fi 6 connection, the same YouTube test saw consistent performance of about 500– 600Mbps for a 9 to 11 seconds upload, while downloads were slower however still impressive, clocking in at about 15 seconds around. Certainly, the performance will vary based upon factors outside of your control too.
Experience the benefits of Wi-Fi 6 in an instant with the help of TP-Link’s Archer AX72 router, which provides excellent coverage and promises long-term service from the brand without breaking the bank.
Last updated on May 18, 2022 1:41 pm