If you’re looking to invest in the Wi-Fi connection in your property, then your investment starts right here. For what is likely to be a limited period of time, it is possible to pick up the TP-Link AX6600 Wi-Fi 6 router with a 12% discount applied. This offer takes the price down to just $289.99.

This highly sought-after TP-Link AX6600 Wi-Fi 6 router offers tri-band Wi-Fi 6 speeds up to 6.6Gbps and allows you to connect up to 4x more devices than standard routers without hugely degrading the service that each receives. Of course, the speeds are hardware hypotheticals and the speed that you actually receive will depend on your internet connection that you receive from your ISP.

The device comes with quad-core CPU processing and offers significantly increased coverage thanks to a total of 8 antennas built directly into the router. It’s also extremely versatile and extensible thanks to a total of 5 Ethernet ports and 2 USB ports that allow other devices to be connected. Additionally, it also comes with advanced security for peace of mind that includes a home network scanner, quality of service that allows a device priority list to be specified, and parental controls. The built-in HomeShield experience is also powered by Avira with continued updated to ensure that safety is front and centre.

It may look like a futuristic alien communications device but this TP-Link is proven to get the job done and even captured the JD Power award in 2020 for Highest in Customer Satisfaction for Wireless Routers.

If you have found your W-Fi struggling and want to take advantage of this deal, then you should know what to do by now! Simply head on over to the direct link below to take full advantage of this money-saving deal. There are no discount codes or coupons required, which means that it’s a straightforward monetary discount.

Buy: TP-Link AX6600 Wi-Fi 6 Router from Amazon: $289.99 | Original price: $330

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