CES 2022: TP-Link presents a router that ‘moves’ so that you have better internet

During the Consumer Electronics Show it is common for the main technology brands to present interesting products. CES 2022 has not been the exception, since the firm Tp link just got the attention of social networks by showing a curious router that can ‘move by itself’ so that the user gets a better internet connection.

According to Unocero, a portal specialized in technology, the router presented by TP-Link is called Archer AXE200 Omni and it seems that it has a ‘life of its own’, because it can move its four antennas automatically when it notices that the user does not have a good internet signal.

According to the publication, the “router that moves” is compatible with Wi-Fi 6E but instead of using two bands (like the traditional ones), use three. That is, in addition to the 5 Ghz and 2.4 Ghz bands, the Archer AXE200 Omni has an additional 6 Ghz

The function of this third band is simple, it will look for reduce latency for all devices that are connected to the router. However, the developers state that, for best results, your equipment must be compatible with the 6 Ghz band

When will it hit the market?

At the moment, the mobile router created by TP-Link is only a prototype and the final version would still be in development. The company has expressed its interest in having it hit the market from the second quarter of 2022 at a price that is still a mystery.