Looks like TPLink is skipping WiFi6 and heading straight to WiFi 7 with their launch of three new-generation high-speed routers. Among them is the Archer BE900 that supports 24Gbps quad-band WiFi 7, dual 10G ethernet ports and 12x antennas.
The brand-new design also features an easy-to-use touchscreen and LED screen.
TP-Link Archer BE900
24Gbps Quad-band WiFi7 (802.11be), Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax)
• 6 GHz: 11520 Mbps (802.11be)
• 5 GHz-1: 5760 Mbps (802.11be)
• 5 GHz-2: 5760 Mbps (802.11be)
• 2.4 GHz: 1376 Mbps (802.11be)
1× 10 Gbps Ethernet/Fiber Combo WAN/LAN port
1× 10 Gbps WAN/LAN port
4× 2.5 Gbps ports
1× 1 Gbps port
1× USB 3.0
1× USB 2.0
NTFS, exFAT, HFS+, FAT32
The other two routers are the Archer BE800 and Archer BE550.
The Archer BE800 is a tri-band WiFi 7 router with up to 19 Gbps WiFi with an LED screen, two 10G ports and four 2.5G ports, and is EasyMesh-compatible. The Archer BE550 is another tri-band WiFi 7 router but with speeds up to 9.2 Gbps, five 2.5G ports, and is EasyMesh-compatible.
The TPLink Archer BE900 is set to be released soon and still has an unspecified retail price.