Archer GX90 is TP-Link’s new gaming router with Wi-Fi 6 and OneMesh

TP-Link is bringing to the Brazilian market its new router aimed at the gamer segment, the Archer GX90. Some of its main features are OneMesh and Wi-Fi 6, which makes the device reach speeds of up to 6,579 Mbps.

This is not the only manufacturer that has come to release items for the player category. For example, companies like Xiaomi and Honor have already launched similar products. In general, this type of proposal comes in a device that prioritizes games in connections and in this case, the router arrives to serve an audience that consumes many electronic games.

21 Sep

TP-Link announces two new routers with Wi-Fi 6 and OneMesh network support

In case you didn’t know, the percentage of Brazilians who like to play something is 74.5%. According to a study carried out by Pesquisa Game Brasil in partnership with Blend New Research and the Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing, this index is the highest in the last 4 years. The General Director of TP-Link, Marcelo Liviero, explains this scenario a little:

Currently, we are witnessing a change in the attitude of the market, which began to see the universe of games not only as a hobby, but also as a field of professional activity, in which the user can make games a work tool and, consequently, , a source of income. In both cases, however, it is essential to have a good internet connection, with a stable signal and low latency. And for that, it is not enough to have a good data plan, it is necessary to have a router capable of keeping the network performance always at peak execution.

As for the main features of the Archer GX90, it is worth noting that it comes with three distinct bands, one of which is dedicated exclusively to gaming. In addition, it has technologies called 4T4R and H160, which have the function of avoiding interference during gameplay.

Other attributes include Game Accelerator and Game Statistics features, as well as being easy to configure and having a security system to protect data.

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