TP-Link debuts its latest product, the Archer AX12 in the Philippines. This router is designed to meet the needs of today’s connected homes and businesses.
In a world where buffering is a thing of the past, where you can stream 4K content without problems and enjoy lag-free online gaming, TP-Link’s Archer AX12 makes it all possible with its powerful Wi-Fi 6 technology. It offers fast speeds that can handle multiple devices without slowing down.
TP-Link Archer AX12
Using Wi-Fi 6 technology, the Archer AX12 delivers speeds of up to 1.5 Gbps and can connect to up to 128 devices at once without any issues. This means better internet, faster downloads, and smoother streaming.
“The Archer AX12 uses the most powerful Wi-Fi 6 technology, this is our best Wi-Fi router for all lifestyles. We’ve specifically modeled our product to address modern concerns from cybersecurity to battery life to improve customers’ networking needs.”
– Ben Chen, the Country Manager of TP-Link Philippines
Setting up the Archer AX12 is easy with the TP-Link Tether app, and it can work seamlessly with your existing network or extend coverage with compatible devices.
The Archer AX12 is also quick and easy to set up using the TP-Link Tether app. It’s EasyMesh and OneMesh supported, meaning it can seamlessly integrate into your existing mesh network or extend the coverage of your current network with compatible devices.
The router offers a mix of features and utility. In a time when connectivity is essential, it ensures that every Filipino can enjoy high-speed internet. With its capabilities, you get reliable connectivity, strong security, and longer battery life.
You can get it at TP-Link’s flagship store in SM North EDSA Annex or from authorized resellers and TP-Link official stores on Shopee and Lazada.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.