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Mar.2015
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TP-Link RELEASED ENTRY LEVEL AC WIRELESS ROUTER TO TAKE YOUR WI-FI INTO THE NEXT GENERATION

Shenzhen, China, March 3rd, 2015—— TP-Link, the world’s leading innovator and provider of home, small and medium business networking solutions, today announced the release of AC750 Wireless Dual Band Router- Archer C20. Comes with the next generation Wi-Fi standard 802.11ac, Archer C20 is much faster than the legacy wireless N routers.
 
 
As an entry level of AC router, Archer C20 offers 433Mbps Wi-Fi speed over the clearer 5GHz band and 300Mbps Wi-Fi speed over the traditional band. It can handle the bandwidth intensive tasks like online streaming or gaming over the 5GHz band while do the everyday basic Internet tasks like browsing or emailing over the 2.4GHz all at the same time.
 
The Archer C20 comes with 2 external antennas combined with higher quality antenna technology to maintain excellent Wi-Fi performance with stable signal across your home. The Archer C20 also has one versatile USB 2.0 port so users can share printers, movies or music in your home network or even across the Internet.
 
Using TP-Link Tether APP, users can easily configure the router at just a few touches on any iOS or Android phone; view a live network map and manage connected devices, stream router connected files and media to your devices; set parental control rules and more.
 
Archer C20 Key Features:
  • Supports 802.11ac next generation Wi-Fi, backward compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n devices
  • Dual Band for combined concurrent wireless speeds of up to 300Mbps over 2.4GHz and 433Mbps over 5GHz
  • 2 External antennas provide stable signal and superior Wi-Fi performance
  • USB 2.0 port to easily share files, photos, music, and video across your network
  • With 4 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports for wired connection
  • Supports TP-Link Tether APP for easy network management using a smartphone or tablet
  • Guest Network Access provides secure Wi-Fi access for guests sharing your home or office network
  • IPv6 supported, meeting the demands for the next generation of the Internet