Link's first Wi-Fi 6E routers are coming this year

Above TP-Link’s Deco 96 Wi Fi 6E mesh system released yesterday at CES 2021

The aforementioned Alexa router named the TP-Link Deco Voice X20 adds to the Deco mesh lineup for 2021. The top speeds it will theoretically allow will be on par with what the 5 GHz band offers, but the real benefit of the 6 GHz band is that will offer 59 non-overlapping channels (compared to 25 non-overlapping channels on the 5 GHz band, and just three channels on the 2.4 GHz band) which will dramatically reduce interference that's a major contributor to reduced bandwidth speeds on a crowded network.

TP-Link also plans to release a number of new networking devices that support Wi-Fi 6E later in 2021.

Atlantic Broadband - the eighth-largest broadband provider in the in the US - this week launched their "WiFi Your Way™' whole-home Wi-Fi service in partnership with smart home and Wi-Fi optimisation leader Plume". Deco Voice X20 can work seamlessly with other Alexa-enabled products and Deco units. The X96 promises to provide a 7800 Mbps speed.


For a couple of years, Wi-Fi 6 was hyped as the solution to wireless networks that had become over-crowded with smartphones, computers, and countless smart home devices all demanding their slice of bandwidth. It's a Mesh WiFi system with a smart speaker that gives it voice control. TP-Link says the router has so-called "Smart Antennas" that boost coverage and improve wireless connections. Its Built-in Smart Hub, brings all your products together in one easy-to-use app. Wi-Fi 6E is the latest designation for Wi-Fi 6 and can transmit on the 6GHz band opened previous year.

AX7800 Tri-Band WiFi 6E Router - Archer AX96 features a pure 6 GHz band for dedicated WiFi 6E and drives overall speeds up to an incredible 7800 Mbps with tri-band WiFi. The Deco X96 and X76 Plus both use the faster standard, but only the X76 also has additional smart home features like Zigbee controls. TP-Link claims this device will come with "unstoppable" transmissions and "eradicates" latency. It is also able to manage TP-Link's Kasa and Tapo smart home products. Linksys Aware allows for existing smart devices such as thermostats or doorbells to act as points of communication, expanding motion-sensing coverage area and allowing consumers to get a more detailed picture of where exactly motion has happened in the home. Its whole home Deco mesh technology ensures strong WiFi signals everywhere. These include routers capable of transmitting in the 6GHz band and one with in-build Alexa voice functionality. Also, this adapter will be providing a speed of about 1,200Mbps. The Deco ISP Cloud is an integrated, cloud-based network solution for ISP remote management.

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