The TP-Link Archer A10 wireless router has dropped to $80 at B&H

The TP-Link Archer A10 AC2600 Wi-Fi router has dropped to $79.99 at B&H. Just be sure to clip the $40 off on-page coupon that brings it down from $120. The same router is $99 on Amazon, and that's also a discounted price considering it normally goes for $120 there as well. Other retailers like Walmart are still selling it at its street price. This is the best deal we've ever seen for the A10.

The Archer A10 is a powerful Wi-Fi 5 router that can seriously improve your internet without breaking your bank. This is a sweet spot TP-Link has regularly found itself in as far as wireless routers are concerned. While this model in particular isn't listed, you'll see we like the Archer A7 and the Archer AX10 in our list of the best wireless routers around. That's thanks to consistent performance and quality in addition to the affordable prices.

This is a dual-band router with speeds of 1,733 Mbps on 5GHz and 800 Mbps on 2.4GHz. It has incredible range and reliability thanks to the three external antennas and one internal antenna that help amplify the wireless signal. The A10 also uses Beamforming technology to focus that signal towards connected devices.

In the modern era, wireless routers are needed for so much more than computers and the occasional mobile phone. You could probably name a dozen different devices connected to your internet without really trying including everything from security cameras to e-book readers to your smart TV. That's why you need MU-MIMO tech and why the Archer A10 has it. This lets all your devices get maximum throughput so nothing lags behind.

You can also use Amazon Alexa with this router. Turn on the guest Wi-Fi and request a password for guests to use with just your voice. Or use IFTTT to set up more complicated commands.

TP-Link backs up the Archer A10 with a two-year warranty.



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