TP-LINK announced Talon AD7200 at the CES 2016, which becomes the first router in the world based on 802.11ad wireless technology. It delivers speeds of up to 4.6Gbps on 60GHz bands and channels at 60GHz. It uses 802.11ad and 11ac MU-MIMO solutions from Qualcomm Atheros, a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated.
It also utilizes existing 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, resulting in combined unprecedented 7Gbps Wi-Fi speeds throughout the home as well as combines 802.11ad with 802.11ac MU-MIMO. It promises 2.5 times better performance compared to 11ac while supporting several devices simultaneously for gaming and streaming. It has eight antennas with high-powered amplifiers to supercharge the Wi-Fi signal. TP-LINK Talon AD7200 will be available in the U.S. in early 2016, and the pricing will be revealed closer to the launch.
- Connect devices to a dedicated in-room band for ultra-fast, interference-free Wi-Fi using Wireless AD, the latest, most powerful wireless technology
- Stream a 4K movie in minutes and instantly share thousands of files and photos on the 60GHz band
- Talon AD7200 Multi-band with 4-Stream technology delivers up to 7200Mbps Wi-Fi speeds over 2.4GHz (800Mbps), 5GHz (1733Mbps), and 60GHZ (4600Mbps) bands
- Faster Wi-Fi for every device with multi-user support from MU-MIMO technology
- Powerful 1.4GHz dual-core CPU to enjoy high-speed connections without interruption
- Active 60Ghz adaptive beamforming enables Gigabit performance and dense deployment
- Eight antennas with high-powered amplifiers supercharge your Wi-Fi signal
- Four gigabit Ethernet ports enabling lightning-fast wired connections
- Two USB 3.0 ports to share files, photos, music, and videos across the network
- Beamforming technology to send targeted Wi-Fi signals to individual devices
- Advanced security encryption to protect your data
- Check network status and adjust Wi-Fi settings from your mobile device (Android, iOS) using the TP-LINK Tether App
- Supports 802.11ad and backwards-compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
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