Quad-Band Wi-Fi 7 Router TP-Link Archer BE24000 Launching In March

Chip manufacturer MediaTek announced two Wi-Fi 7 chipsets during CES a few days ago, with the Filogic 880 and 380 chipsets. Some of the first computers with MediaTek's Wi-Fi 7 chipsets will be Lenovo Legion devices.

So naturally we will be seeing some cutting edge Wi-Fi 7 routers launch this year, and here's one of them that will launch in March.

It's the TP-Link Archer BE24000 Quad-Band Wi-Fi 7 router that's launching soon.

TP-Link Archer BE24000 Quad-Band Wi-Fi 7 router

In the pictures it looks like it's the same size as a full-tower desktop case, but in reality it's fortunately not even half the size.

TP-Link also collaborates with MediaTek, so the compatibility between the two should be optimal and it will be interesting to test this router in a large house or building.

Featuring quad-band 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz-1 and -2, and 6 GHz (a/b/g/n/ac/ax/be) Wi-Fi 7, the TP-Link Archer BE24000 has speeds up to 24 Gbps, 12 antennas, 4×4 MIMO, 16 streams, and performance handling features such as airtime fairness and beamforming for concentration of signals.

The Wi-Fi 7 router TP-Link Archer BE24000 has a launch price of $699, and an estimated shipping date of mid-March:

– Jim Miller