802.11ax or its friendly name Wi-Fi 6 is finally rolling out to multiple devices at CES 2019 this year. Netgear have announced their updated Orbi RBK50 Mesh Wi-Fi system, and TP-Link have announced multiple devices using the new standard with some aimed at the more affordable end of the market.

TP-Link Deco X10 Mesh Wi-Fi

For home users, unless you live in a small flat, mesh Wi-Fi is the way forward and the new Deco X10 Whole Home Mesh WiFi System introduces the latest Wi-Fi technologies to the system.

Featuring Mesh Wi-Fi technology overlaid with AX speeds, the Deco X10 is designed to provide blistering AX2700 tri-band speeds to every corner of your home with a strong and stable backhaul up to 1.95 Gbps. The combination of AX and Mesh technology makes it the perfect choice for homes that want a network with corner to corner coverage for a high number of devices with less interference.

The Deco X10 is scheduled to launch in Q3 2019 with an MSRP of $349.99 for a 2-pack.

TP-Link AX11000 Gaming Router

The Archer AX11000, a next-gen tri-band gaming router that was named a CES 2019 Innovation Awards Honoree.

The AX11000 is TP-Link’s first AX Wi-Fi gaming router and is specially designed for users who insist on the highest performance and latest functionality. This ultra-fast latency-ripper delivers sublime network performance for the ultimate gaming experience. The AX11000 transmits data at astonishing tri-band speeds up to 10756 Mbps in total, and its revolutionary OFDMA technology and Gaming Accelerator combine to demolish latency and interference, making it the perfect networking hub for your high-bandwidth gaming needs.

The Archer AX11000 will be available in January 2019 with an MSRP of $449.99.