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TP-Link - Archer BE24000 Quad-Band Wi-Fi 7 Router - Black

Model:Archer BE900
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Rating 3.9 out of 5 stars with 15 reviews

73%would recommend to a friend

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  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Fast with decent range

    Had a Netgear Wi-Fi 6E router that had less antennas and better range. Speeds are about the same on both routers but this one has shorter range. It does have cooler features with a cool display but if you want better range go for a high end nighthawk thats 3,500sq feet.

    Posted by ADHDYungBoi

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    This thing is a BEAST...and amazing!

    I first went with the Deco BE95 mesh pair, and it was pretty decent, but for some reason, both of the Deco BE95 units ran unusually hot. The mesh setup was fairly decent, and definitely better (by a decent margin) than my previous Netgear RAXE500, which is a pretty high end router. Even so, it's pretty clear that the hardware internals are higher quality in the Archer line. The Archer BE900 is much faster than the Deco BE95. I currently have 5gbps fiber, and it beat the Deco mesh in all wireless band testing, as well as in wired speed tests on my desktop. I am easily getting 2gbps/2gbps on my s23 Ultra phone, and this phone is not even Wi-Fi 7. Also, I have an 8,000 sq property, and even without an extender or mesh, I get coverage everywhere. I have used ASUS and Netgear routers for as long as I can remember, and the user interface from TP-Link has been a pleasant surprise, and very intuitive. I actually prefer it. Not to mention that the touchscreen on the unit is beautiful and easy to use. I am enjoying the Archer BE900 so much that I plan on adding a second BE900 in my home via the EasyMesh setup as soon as they go back in stock. I could write more, but I'm even boring myself at this point. Plainly put, get this router if you have the means to do so. You will not regret it, and it will enhance even your current devices in the meantime until new WiFi 7 devices begin slowly roll out. P.S. This thing is huge, so you need to make sure you have to requisite space house this thing. It looks like a mini-PC, and in the best way possible. For a tech geek like me, this has very a very gratifying experience.

    Posted by 5432Juan

  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Powerful Router that isn't showing the results

    So I've been having this up and running for about I want to say for about 2 weeks now despite buying it a month and a half ago or so and I would say that it has been okay. It hasn't been super fast like how I am expecting it to be or how it should be. I recently upgraded my Cable Modem to a Netgear Nighthawk 3.1 DOC CM2050V and also upgraded my Internet Plan from 400 to 1GB and I was only getting a little over 900mb with both the Cable modem and this router. Not sure if this is normal but this is what I was getting. Lately I've been getting between 930Mb and 940Mb and That's only because I decided to change my Cable Splitter to a much more powerful one. Not sure if I am missing something but, this shouldn't be the normal speed for such have powerful Combo that I have. Not sure right now if I could recommend the BE900 until I start seeing some better results. My service provider by the way is Spectrum. I plan on changing my current Cat8 Cables to newer ones and possibly my Coaxial Cable as well to see if that gets me to over 1GB as I should be.

    Posted by Curtflirt2

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