Talon AD7200 11ad Multi-Band Wi-Fi Broadband Router from TP-Link
TP-LINK Talon AD7200, Multi-Band, Up to 7200Mbps, 1.4GHz dual-core CPU, IEEE 802.11ad, 60GHz, MU-MIMO, Beamforming,
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802.11ad - Faster Than Anything You Have Ever Seen
Talon AD7200 uses the latest, most powerful wireless technology to provide speeds of up to 4600Mbps on the groundbreaking 60GHz Wi-Fi band, completely revolutionizing your definition of fast.
Revolution of Single-Stream Speed:
• 10x faster than 802.11ac
• 30x faster than 802.11n
• 802.11n - 150Mbps
• 802.11ac - 433Mbps
• 802.11ad - 4600Mbps
60GHz Wi-Fi Redefines Home Entertainment!
More Wi-Fi For More Devices
The AD7200 uses Multi-Band technology to run three distinct Wi-Fi bands at once, with the combined Wi-Fi speed of up to 7200Mbps, creating a network that can connect to more devices without a trade-off in performance.
Smart Connect ensures the stability and performance of all of your devices by dynamically identifying and assigning them to the fast available band. (Coming Soon)
Multiple Connections for Nonstop Entertainment
Wireless AC and Multi-User MIMO Technologies allow the AD7200 to serve multiple devices at the same time, providing speeds that are up to 3X faster for all devices on the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands.
Sends data to one device at a time.
Simultaneously sends data to multiple devices.
Power at the Heart of Your Network
A 1.4GHz dual-core processor powers through demanding tasks when numerous users are connected to the network at the same time. This allows everyone in your home to surf, stream, and game simultaneously while enjoying outstanding performance.
Dynamic Wi-Fi Coverage
The Wireless AD Technology comes with the distinct, high-performance 60GHz Wi-Fi band that dramatically increase speed and reduce interference, what's more, the additional Wireless AC allows the router to provide strong and stable 5GHz & 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and full wireless coverage for your entire home.
Antenna Array for More Targeted Wi-Fi
32 Antennas formed a special Antenna array of 60GHz band to ensure that Wi-Fi signals are concentrated towards your in room devices, focusing the data transmission to where you need it most.
To match the unprecedented Wi-Fi speed, the AD7200 uses dual USB 3.0 ports and four Gigabit Ethernet ports to transfer data at lightning-fast speeds. This allows all of your wired devices to achieve peak performance.
Provides safe remote access to your private network.
Download files, even when computers and mobile devices are offline.
Keeps your main network secure by creating a separate network for guests.
Manage when and how connected devices can access the Internet. Features • Supports the 802.11ad standard, the latest breakthrough in wireless technology.
• 7200Mbps combined wireless speeds, including speeds of up to 800Mbps on the 2.4GHz band, 1733Mbps on the 5GHz band, and 4600Mbps on the new 60GHz band.
• Multi-Band Technology establishes three distinct networks that allow you to connect more devices while still enjoying peak performance.
• MU-MIMO serves multiple devices simultaneously, providing speeds that are up to 3X higher.
• 1.4GHz dual-core processor powers through multiple complex tasks at the same time.
• Eight external high-performance antennas maximize coverage and enhance stability.
• Beamforming Technology promotes stronger, more reliable wireless connections.
|CPU||1.4GHz Dual Core|
|LAN Type||Wireless LAN|
|Number of WAN Connections||1|
|Number of LAN Connections||4|
|Wireless Speed||7200 (4600 + 1733 + 800) Mbps|
|Wireless Band||Multi Band|
|Aprox Wireless Range (m)||N/A|
|Other Connectors||2 x USB3.0|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||N/A|
|Antenna||8x External, 1x Internal|
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