TP-Link launches 4G+ Cat6 AC1200 wireless dual band Gigabit router Archer MR600

By Press Release | Updated 27 Jun 2019
TP-Link launches 4G+ Cat6 AC1200 wireless dual band Gigabit router Archer MR600

TP-Link launches 4G+ Cat6 AC1200 wireless dual band Gigabit router Archer MR600. The router supports LTE level networks with warp downlink speed of up to 300 Mbps. It combines a Qualcomm X12 LTE Modem, 802.11 ac Wi-Fi and gigabit Ethernet ports together to offer high speed internet access. 

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TP-Link has launched its first 4G+ Router – Archer MR600, which supports higher LTE level networks with warp downlink speed of up to 300 Mbps. To meet the needs for higher bandwidth and stability, Archer MR600 combines a Qualcomm X12 LTE Modem, 802.11 ac Wi-Fi and fully gigabit Ethernet ports together to offer high speed internet access everywhere with 4G/3G access. 

Qualcomm Snapdragon X12 LTE Modem

Archer MR600 adopts a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon X12 Modem to boost transfer speeds while ensuring dependable network stability. Compared to previous 3G/4G routers, Archer MR600 supports Band5 (850 MHz) and Band28 (700 MHz), allowing it to work with all leading telcos like Jio, Vodafone, Airtel etc. In order to deliver a 4G+ transmission experience, TP-Link also integrates AC1200 dual band Wi-Fi. Lag-free connections are ensured for up to 64 devices at once.

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4G+ Cat6 Data Speeds

According to the Global Mobile Suppliers Association, Category 6 has taken part 44% of all subscribed commercial networks and is already the most pervading UE Category in use. Archer MR600 takes full of advantage of its 4G+ Category 6 network to deliver download speeds of up to 300 Mbps.

Considering the growth in 4G deployments and to empower our partners to be on the forefront, TP-Link has launched Archer MR600, an ideal WiFi solution to be used at ATM, retail fuel pump, automation, surveillance, remote branch office connectivity etc ” said Mr. Sanjay Sehgal, Senior Vice President, SMB & Telco.

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Gigabit Ethernet Ports

With the increased downlink rate, the traditional 100 Mbps Ethernet ports would cause greater bandwidth waste, limiting the applications with heavy transferring traffic. In contrast, Archer MR600 – with its gigabit Ethernet ports – provides reliable speed and connections for wired devices; such as smart TV, game consoles, NAS, and more.

Supports TP-Link OneMesh

Use in conjunction with TP-Link OneMesh products, to enjoy a more flexible and cost-effective Mesh network and a single Wi-Fi name throughout your home. Connect a OneMesh Range Extender or Powerline Adapter* with the router to extend your home network as you wish. OneMesh connects mobile devices to your router or extenders. The OneMesh router and extenders share a single Wi-Fi name so you stay connected to your network in every room.

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*OneMesh Range Extender or Powerline Adapter sold separately.

Key Features and Technologies:

  • LTE-Advanced Cat6: Up to 300 Mbps downlink/50 Mbps uplink. ‡

  • Fully Gigabit Ports: 3 × gigabit LAN ports + 1 × gigabit WAN/LAN port.

  • 64 Concurrent Devices: 32 devices on 2.4 GHz and 32 devices on 5 GHz.

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  • Support TP-Link OneMeshTM: Able to work with TP-Link OneMesh products, to provide a more flexible and cost-effective Mesh network.

  • SIM Card Plug and Play: With an integrated 4G+ modem and a built-in SIM card slot, all you need to do is insert a micro SIM card and turn on the router. 

  • Detachable LTE Antennas: Better signal strength with the option to change external antennas.

  • WAN Connection Backup: Supports Wi-Fi Router Mode which is compatible with cable, fiber, and DSL modems with a WAN/LAN port.

  • Easy Management with the Tether App: Set up the 4G+ router in minutes.

TP-Link offers a wide range of LTE routers as below .

Archer MR400 AC1200 Wireless Dual Band 4G LTE Router.

Archer MR200 AC750 Wireless Dual Band 4G LTE Router.

Archer MR6400 300Mbps Wireless N 4G LTE Router.

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