TP-Link offers solutions for a simpler, smarter and safer home

This week TP-Link opened the door to a new range of equipment for smart homes, with a focus on making our homes not only more connected, but also easier to manage and safer. At the forefront of connectivity technologies, TP-Link is investing heavily this year in WiFi 6, a technology approaching new home automation solutions.

Smarter and Safer Homes

This year, TP-Link introduces several cameras with advanced features, but also a smart doorbell that has its own 2K camera. We started here, with Tabu D230which has a long-lasting battery and a motion sensor to detect when someone arrives at our front door.

With its IP64 certification, the Tabu D230 It can be used without problems outside thanks to the IP64 protection as the night vision allows us to see the pictures outside in colour. It obviously offers two-way audio and a long-lasting rechargeable battery, thanks to the low-power Wi-Fi protocol. It can be easily controlled via the app, Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, with the device arriving in December.

To set up a home monitoring system with this doorbell, TP-Link immediately suggests two cameras. On the other hand, the Tabu C220 Offers 2K resolution with functionality bread and inclination 360 degree coverage with night vision and motion detection. It also includes a two-way microphone to communicate with the area around the camera.

Also enter the scene Tabu C420Designed for outdoor use, IP65 certification protects it from the weather. Via the SIb-G Hub, we can connect up to 16 cameras of this model for complete coverage. However, the fact that they use a low-power Wi-Fi protocol allows them to extend their autonomy, and if they are concerned about false positives activating the cameras, their advanced artificial intelligence actually allows them to distinguish between animals, cars or people.

The Tabu C420 It can also be used with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, and will hit the market in July.

Complete the two new rooms Tabu T100 It is an interesting motion sensor with a range of 7 meters and a 120 degree arc. The sensor can be linked to smart lights to activate if it detects motion and is a very complete monitoring solution, with the ability to sound an alarm and send mobile phone notifications.

Another versatile piece, which can help us save energy and discover hacks, is TAPO T110 . Smart Contact Sensor, which can be used on windows and doors, and reveals when opened. But TP-Link offers us other usage scenarios, such as checking the arrival of parcels and mail, or opening lockers and refrigerators.

However, the solution to connect all domestic equipment is Tabu H100an IoT hub that includes alerting and can group up to 64 devices simultaneously.

In general, such equipment provides great energy efficiency, which allows it to increase its autonomy and to continue to operate as long as necessary to protect our home. In addition to the already powerful features, as usual, TP-Link offers Homeshield Pro subscription services with broader and more precise controls for families, in order to ensure the complete security of our networks and our loved ones.

More powerful home internet

TP-Link is betting very hard this year on WiFi 6 and 5G. An example is an advertisement Deco X80-5GIt is a 5G-enabled network system that allows downloads of up to 5Gbps and an ultra-low latency of 1ms. The AX6000 Dual-Band Wi-Fi offers 6 speeds, with speeds up to 4804Mbps (5GHz) + 1148Mbps (2.4GHz). With 1 x 2.5 Gbps + 1 x Gigabit ports, you can enjoy gigabit wired connections for even faster speeds. The Deco X80-5G is ideal for gaming, broadcasting, and other challenging tasks.

The Deco X80-5G It will be available in July. Before that, in June, it was Archer AX75or a router loaded with technologies like Beamforming+, OneMesh and NitroQAM (1024 QAM) to maintain high network quality for any task, even demanding gaming or streaming.

The Archer AX75 It offers speeds of up to 5400Mbps and between physical connection, it has a SuperSpeed ​​USB 3.0 port. Among its features is a quad-core CPU clocked at 1.7 GHz and the use of the new 6 GHz band to reduce latency. Its compatibility with EasyMesh allows you to quickly create a mesh network that covers the entire home.

Pricing for these devices will be announced as soon as their release dates.

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