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TP-Link Archer AX55 AX3000 Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 Router $119 Delivered ($109 Pickup) @ Amazon AU, MSY, Umart, Centre Com, Scorptec

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All time low on the TP-Link Archer AX55 AX3000 Dual Band Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 Router.

The targeted coupon code above only applies to Amazon Click & Collect orders.

MSY, Umart, Scorptec and Centre Com have it for $119 if you prefer to pickup in-store.

  • Next-Gen Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 Speed—2402 Mbps on 5 GHz and 574 Mbps on 2.4 GHz band ensure smoother streaming and faster downloads.
  • Connect More Devices—OFDMA technology increases capacity by 4 times to enable simultaneous transmission to more devices.
  • Ultra-Low Latency—Enables more responsive gaming and video chatting.
  • Expanded Wi-Fi Coverage—Four high-gain external antennas and Beamforming technology combine to extend strong, reliable Wi-Fi throughout your home.
  • TP-Link HomeShield - Enhanced security defends against the latest cyber threats.
  • Improved Battery Life—Target Wake Time helps your devices to communicate more while consuming less power.
  • Compatible with Alexa—Control your router via voice commands and make your life smarter and easier with Amazon Alexa.
  • Supports OneMesh™ to form seamless whole-home coverage, preventing drops and lag when moving between signals.

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Comments

  • Is it better than Telstra smart modern 2?

    • +4

      Probably not $109 worth of "better".

  • -1

    Wife strictly warned me that router that I'm going to buy must be white to match our TV unit 😢

    • You can get white routers from Ubiquiti, eero, Google Nest Wi-Fi Pro, TP-Link Deco, Asus XT8 and Asus XD6S.

    • +1

      Unless you have a Samsung The Frame TV with a custom white trim, I would counter with the fact that the Router matches the colour of the TV. You probably won't win the argument though since it also has external antennas, and lacks a certain Jony Ive apple like design aesthetic.

    • Doesn't look to be available yet but it's white, wall mountable, and more importantly it's plenty capable.

      https://www.gl-inet.com/products/gl-b3000/

  • +2

    Spend the extra $15 and get the AX55 Pro.

    The AX55 has a Qualcomm IPQ5018 (dualcore ARM Cortex-A53 @ 1Ghz, Qualcomm chips have a known bottleneck on the 2.4Ghz bandwidth) and a 1G WAN port.
    The AX55 Pro has a Mediatek MT7981BA (dual core ARM Cortex-A53 @ 1.3Ghz) and a 2.5G WAN port.

  • In case anyone wants to buy this and use it to share a USB HDD, don’t. The CPU is so weak it can’t handle file transfers higher than about 30MB/s

  • +1

    Can anyone comment on how this, or any similar style of router, would compare with a standard issue modem/router from the main ISPs?
    Mostly looking to get better wifi coverage more so than speed. Yes I am also considering a mesh setup, but a one-stop shop that gets 90% of the solution would be preferable.

    • +1

      A cheap mesh system would suffice,

      If your internet plan is 100mbps or less you can use something cheap like the Tenda Nova MW3. I picked up a 3 pack for about $80 if I remember correctly.

      I've just installed a Deco x50 setup on a property with Fttp 1000/50 and have one plugged directly into the NBN box and two throughout the house. Speeds are between 800mbps and 200mbps which is sufficient for anything they need with hole house and back yard coverage.

      Go mesh over single router if coverage is your issue.

  • I helped my neighbours just last week bought 3 of this, at 139 a pop.
    Anyway, he needed wifi coverage of a big house, and Vodafone standard issue isn't good enough, specially after NBN installed.
    So we set up 1 as main, 1 downstairs and 1 upstairs as mesh. Result is that the coverage is fantastic.
    Not sure being a full brick house is easier or harder for wifi to penetrate.
    He only need normal usage ,doesn't need it for anything else, aka gaming, USB file storage etc.

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