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TP-Link Archer AX3000 Dual-Band WiFi 6 Wireless Router

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Walmart has TP-Link Archer AX3000 Dual-Band WiFi 6 Wireless Router for $99. Shipping is free.

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  • Speeds up to 3 Gbps (2402 Mbps on 5 GHz band and 574 Mbps on 2.4 GHz band)
  • Backward Compatible: Archer AX3000 supports all previous 802.11 standards and all WiFi devices
  • Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Technology
  • Ethernet Ports (WAN and LAN)- 1 x Gigabit WAN; 4 x Gigabit LAN
  • Intel Dual Core Processor
  • 4 High-gain Antennas

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Wi-Fi 6 technology has redefined home WiFi. Experience up to 3x faster speeds, higher capacity, and reduced congestion overall compared to the previous AC Wi-Fi 5 standard. The Archer AX3000 4-stream dual-band Wi-Fi 6 wireless router reaches speeds of up to 3 Gbps, for a buffer-free 4K/HD streaming and gaming experience. With more and more devices in your home, your current router will likely begin to slow down. The Archer AX3000 lets you connect even more devices via OFDMA technology, minimizing network congestion that occurs with too many connected devices. Intel's dual-core processor effortlessly handles all your streaming, gaming and smart home devices. Archer AX3000 uses Beamforming technology to focus WiFi signal to your devices for more reliable coverage. The Archer AX3000 works with all previous WiFi standards and all WiFi-enabled devices. Setup in minutes with Tether app.

Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Technology Featuring Intel: Wi-Fi 6 technology achieves up to 3x faster speeds, 4x capacity and 75% lower latency compared to the previous generation of Wi-Fi 5 while the power of Intel's dual-core CPU ensures your experience is smooth and buffer-free.
Next-Gen 3 Gbps Speeds: Reaches incredible speeds up to 3 Gbps (2402 Mbps on 5 GHz band and 574 Mbps on 2.4 GHz band) for faster streaming and gaming like you have never experienced before.
Connect More Devices than Ever Before: Simultaneously communicate more data to more devices using revolutionary OFDMA and MU-MIMO technology.
Minimize Lag for All Devices and Applications: Experience ultra-smooth entertainment whether you are streaming 4K videos, gaming online, or even video chatting with up to 75% reduced lag.
More Reliable Coverage: Achieve the strongest, most reliable WiFi coverage with Archer AX3000 as it focuses signal strength to your devices using Beamforming technology and four antennas.
Increased Battery Life for Devices: Target Wake Time technology reduces your devices' power consumption to extend their battery life.
Easy Setup: Set up your router in minutes with the powerful TP-Link Tether App
Backward Compatible: Archer AX3000 supports all previous 802.11 standards and all WiFi devices
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Not TD'ing or anything, just pointing out this is Intel-based, so it will almost certainly never see third-party firmware support.

TP-Link is fine, but they're not known for long-term support, so just be aware that you're "saving" money up front, but you will pay for it later when they stop updates in 18 months.

Still, it's $99. And I'd take TP-Link over a comparably priced / spec'd Netgear any day.
You should get a usb portable fan and plug into the back of the router.
I like TP-Link AX routers, but they get hot and when they are hot they drop connection and reset. If you keep it in a good airflow area, this thing is reliable and performs well. I can 't put this behind my couch like the D-link or Orbi AX routers I've tested recently.

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Not TD'ing or anything, just pointing out this is Intel-based, so it will almost certainly never see third-party firmware support.

TP-Link is fine, but they're not known for long-term support, so just be aware that you're "saving" money up front, but you will pay for it later when they stop updates in 18 months.

Still, it's $99. And I'd take TP-Link over a comparably priced / spec'd Netgear any day.
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Very well rated router, just make sure you dont enclose it, this model tends to run hot so it needs air to breath!
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Is it stable? My Netgear R7000 is constantly disconnecting after running perfect for about 6 years straight.
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Is it stable? My Netgear R7000 is constantly disconnecting after running perfect for about 6 years straight.
I had to downgrade firmware, had similar issue
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What's the range on this thing?
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Can purchasing multiple of these be meshed together for better coverage and seamless transition from one to another?
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I like TP-Link AX routers, but they get hot and when they are hot they drop connection and reset. If you keep it in a good airflow area, this thing is reliable and performs well. I can 't put this behind my couch like the D-link or Orbi AX routers I've tested recently.
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And I JUST BOUGHT a AX1800 router for almost the same price. After waiting for two years for wifi 6 pricing to come down. C'est la vie.
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Quote from Rpost :
I like TP-Link AX routers, but they get hot and when they are hot they drop connection and reset. If you keep it in a good airflow area, this thing is reliable and performs well. I can 't put this behind my couch like the D-link or Orbi AX routers I've tested recently.
So placing in a closet won't help either
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Have this router, it runs super hot. I used soldiering iron to make holes on top. It's never scrapped on me but still runs hot. Bought it on eBay for $50
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And I JUST BOUGHT a AX1800 router for almost the same price. After waiting for two years for wifi 6 pricing to come down. C'est la vie.
Yeah these drops in router prices all of a sudden stinks. I spent $80 on the ax1800 from amazon and their short 30 day return period just lapsed. Ugh. Knew I should have bought elsewhere. But my old one stopped working and I needed it for work from home.
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Have this router, it runs super hot. I used soldiering iron to make holes on top. It's never scrapped on me but still runs hot. Bought it on eBay for $50
You should get a usb portable fan and plug into the back of the router.
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Can purchasing multiple of these be meshed together for better coverage and seamless transition from one to another?
This model can't meshed
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