With the increasing number of devices supporting Wi-Fi 6 networks, the Wi-Fi 6 routers on the market are gradually enriched, and TP-Link has recently released a new router, the AX6000 TL-XDR6020 easy-to-show version.
The appearance of this AX6000 router is relatively “wild”. It uses a relatively flat router body design and is equipped with eight surrounding antennas. It does not look very good, but considering that many users do not pay attention to the appearance of the router, this “feature-first” design is acceptable.
As for the chip, it is equipped with MediaTek’s Filogic 830, a new router chip released in October 2021, using a 12-nanometer process technology; according to TP-Link, this chip has a 4-core 1.6GHz Performance (but if according to the official introduction of MediaTek, it should be a 4-core 2GHz configuration), the overall performance is average.
TP-LINK AX6000 can support a bandwidth of 160MHz, and a 5G frequency band rate of up to 4804Mbps + 2.4G frequency band rate of 1148Mbps, which adds up to about 6000Mbps, corresponding to its “AX6000” name. In addition, it also supports transmission functions such as MU-MIMO and supports the “easy expansion” function, which is a good choice for families that need multi-router coverage.
In general, the price/performance ratio of this router is indeed quite good. In the current situation that AX6000-level routers often require more than 600 yuan, the price of 499 yuan is indeed quite sincere, and friends who need it can consider it.