The TP-Link Archer AX6000 Wi-Fi 6 router has dropped to $249.99 through Amazon. That’s $30 off this router’s regular street price and just $10 above what it was selling for over the Black Friday holiday weekend last year. This is a great low price, but it will bounce back soon enough. Grab it while you can. The same router is still going for $266 at Best Buy, even though that’s also considered a sale.
TP-Link AX6000 Wi-Fi 6 router | $30 off
If you haven’t upgraded to Wi-Fi 6 yet, you definitely should. And if you have you might need an upgrade to something more powerful, which is where this router comes in. Great price and great service.
If you want to know all the juicy details about this fast and complicated router, read our review that gave it 4.5 stars out of 5 and a Recommended badge. Cale Hunt said this router is “meant to handle a lot of traffic at high speeds. If you’re in a large home with a lot of people who want to stream, game, and browse, it’s no doubt going to be a good fit.”
Thanks to the eight high-gain external atennas, you get strong Wi-Fi that can cover a lot of ground. Deliver signals all throughout your home and ensure a stable connection no matter where you’re trying to connect from. The device also has Beamforming and Range Boost technology to help ensure that’s the case.
One thing you should look for in a router is security. Is your home network safe? TP-Link includes a free lifetime subscription to HomeCare with this router that includes next-level antivirus, robust parental controls and QoS, which lets you prioritize your bandwidth and improve performance.
The TP-Link Archer line is consistently one of our favorites, but you can find less expensive options out there if you don’t need as many features as this router has.