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TP-Link Archer AX11000 Next-Gen Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6 Gaming Router $534.95 Delivered @ Harris Technology via Amazon AU


TP-Link Archer AX11000 Next-Gen Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6 Gaming Router @534.95 Lightning Deal @Amazon

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  • helicopter pad?

  • Some kid will convince their parents to get this but their household only has nbn 25

    • gotta milk every last mbps

    • -4 votes

      What a marketing ploy.. Gaming router ! I guess my Apple Airport Extreme from 2006 won't be able to be used while playing CS Source then!

    • No, they should be getting ASUS AX11000 one since that one has RGB LED and AuraSync. RGB enhances your headshot skill by 1337%.

      In all seriousness, this actually doesn't have any "gaming" features.

      At the very least my AX88U has WTFAST built-in and it does help me on reducing FFXIV ping.

      • If this was a deal for the Asus I,d actually be grabbing it. My router is on its way out (RT-AC66U i've had for 7 years now). Im getting a lot of wifi drop outs and just want whatever router will give me the best wifi coverage seeings i dont really wanna run a cable across the house (this would obviously be a far better option, then i could use 2 sensible routers in a wired mesh setup). The Asus should eliminate the need for any mesh setup at all though, and i should easilly get my 96mbit connection speed all over the house (hell, maybe in the back yard too!). Not sure if any of the 'gaming' features are worth anything, but hell, my racing rig is set up at the far end of the house, so if it reduces latency to that, I'll take it.

      • Light Up and Win
        ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 is the first ROG router with Aura RGB lighting, which can display hundreds of colors and multiple effects for a stylish vibe that matches their other Aura-enabled gaming gear.


    • Kids will pass this one…
      Because they need to save that chance for 'Plash Speed 5' later this year.

  • I own this router. It’s got excellent coverage and the Wifi 6 is great. It’s also app connected for remote management.

    Yes it’s red and black but it’s NOT a gaming router no flashy RGB lights or gaming accelerators built in. Just super fast and stable Wifi 6.

    Warning though there is a known bug where the WAN connection drops out every 2 days 9 hours on NBN FTTC connections with Superloop (and maybe other ISP). To resolve it you must disable the built in Trend Micro internet security feature. After that it works great.

    • I also own this router. The 2.4ghz often shut off until I reboot it manually. I have to return it because of this.

      Also the range is worse than my old dlink ac2600.

      The interface lack some features that would have been found on asus.

  • +12 votes

    If you turn it upside down does it walk.

  • +2 votes

    Would love to get this but Wifi 6E routers should be available before the end of the year so I'll be enduring my basic ISP supplied modem for a few months yet.

    • Which would be vastly more expensive. Just wait a few years to buy the Wifi 6E router.

    • 6E looks good but remember you also have to wait for all your devices to support it. If you have a modern smart phone and laptop you can enjoy wifi6 right now as it's been built in already.

      Fyi those with desktops should look on eBay for cheap Intel ax200 cards which you can get for under $50. It's a super cheap way to add wifi6 and works surprisingly well.

  • Imagine spending $534.95 on a router just for gaming.

  • Amazing machine, I wonder is there an Open-WRT build?

  • Hi guys, I am planning buy this one, but it seems my modem router from TPG is about to fail on me, is there any budget modem for NBN FTTN you guys can recommend for me please? Without compromising routers capability?

    Thanks in advance!
    I just needs its coverage and wifi 6, I am not a gamer.

    • Get a telstra smart modem off facebook market and bridge it, plenty going for less than $30.

  • Also own one got Bing Lee to price match a month or so ago for $609 works flawlessly and easy set up. Can vouch for this product - bought after my old Asus kicked it (it was also a spider variant). Probably won't ever buy Asus again.

  • I reserve this price point for things that CONNECT to a router.

  • How does this compare to AmpliFi ALIEN Router?