If you like your Wi-Fi 6 routers performant, affordable, and looking like an alien spaceship, then we have just the deal for you. Right now, for what is going to be a limited period of time, the TP-Link Archer AX90 AX6600 Wi-Fi 6 router is available to buy with a 10% discount applied.

The TP-Link Archer AX90 AX6600 Wi-Fi 6 router is marketed as “Smarter. Faster. Unstoppable.” Bold marketing claims, indeed. We aren’t too sure about unstoppable, or what that even means, but you are going to get an excellent Wi-Fi 6 router that offers tri-band Wi-Fi 6 speeds up to 6.6Gbps. Of course, those speeds are the maximum possible speeds and actual performance will depend on the connection that you have with your ISP.

The hardware comes with a quad-core CPU for enhanced processing over earlier models of the router and has the ability to connect up to 4x more devices than older versions, thanks predominantly to the Wi-Fi 6 capability. Stronger and more reliable home coverage is made possible thanks to 8 extremely prominent and highly noticeable alien-esque antennas. The router also comes with 5 Ethernet ports to hardwire devices into it as well as 2 USB ports.

Owners will also get access to the TP-Link HomeShield Security package for additional peace of mind and protection.

Regardless of whether you are wanting to go wired or wireless, or how many devices you have to connect in your property, this TP-Link Archer AX90 AX6600 Wi-Fi 6 router should have you covered at a price that’s affordable to most.

If this is the type of hardware that you have been seeking, then everything that you need to make the purchase is listed below. You won’t be asked for any discount codes, promotional coupons, or magic alien spells to achieve the advertised price. Just make sure to act quickly before the price spikes back to the usual $300 level.

Buy: TP-Link AX6600 WiFi 6 Router from Amazon: $269.99 | Original price: $300

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