TP-Link has launched its new cordless router, the Gigabit AC750 Archer C2, able to work simultaneously on both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, being compatible, in addition, with the next Internet protocol IPv6 and the standard Wi-Fi 802.11ac that, as we know, is three times faster than the standard N.
The Archer C2 offers a wireless speed of 733 Mbps, divided into 433 Mbps on the 5 GHz band and 300 Mbps on the 2 GHz band, which lets you do intensive, demanding work without a problem—like online games or hi-definition streaming video.
To ensure the quality of our Wi-Fi connection, the Archer C2 includes two exterior detachable antennas, equipped with antenna technology of the highest quality, which ensures a high but stable speed in all directions and even from great distances.
This new TP-Link router also has a WAN Gigabit port and four LAN Gigabit ports, which are up to 10 times as fast as standard Ethernet connections, which lets us use it as a powerful hub to which we can connect other systems.
The router also has a multifunctional USB port, which allows the sharing of files, media, and even a printer on the local network or through the FTP server.
Let’s now discuss security, a key point when choosing any router. In this area the Archer C2 stands out, since it integrates WEP, WPA/WPA2, and WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK encryption and also has a guest mode that lets you easily share your wireless connection, in addition to parental controls.
Lastly, the installation of the Archer C2 is very simple, since it comes with a software utility that guides you through the entire installation and configuration process.
Summary of main features:
- Compatible with the standard 802.11ac and dual band
- Includes two external detachable antennas that allow for an omnidirectional stable signal and improved wireless coverage
- Contains Gigabit ports, which assure you a high data transfer speed
- Includes a USB port through which you can share a local printer and files/multimedia through the web or with the integrated FTP server