TP-Link’s Archer C5400x Is One Powerful Gaming Router

We’re hard at work on reviewing the first gaming router available in Canada from TP-Link, a top of the line piece of hardware aimed at pro gamers to get the best results in their games. There’s a ton of features to help achieve those goals, and we’re excited to be working on testing it out for our readers.

“We are excited to launch TP-Link’s first gaming router in Canada. Pro gamers and those looking for an edge on the competition can now focus on winning without the networking optimization guesswork,” said Ivan Li, general manager of TP-Link Canada. “We are also pleased to launch the C5400x to market with leading gaming device and components manufacturer, MSI Computing Canada.”

Of note, is the deal below which is good for back to school shoppers who are in need of a new laptop, and a suitable router to work in tandem.

Consumers can buy the Archer C5400x for $129.99 (CAD) with the purchase of an MSI GL73 RC049CA 17.3” Intel Core i7 Nvidia GeForce GTX1050 Gaming Notebook for $1,399.00 (CAD) at participating Canada Computers locations. The Archer C5400x Gaming Router can also be purchased for a standalone list price of $449.99 (CAD).

Archer C5400x Key Features at a Glance:

  • Powerful 1.8 GHz 64-bit Quad-Core CPU
  • AC5400 Wi-Fi, MU-MIMO, Smart Connect, Range Boost and Airtime Fairness delivers everything that Wi-Fi has to offer today at the fastest speeds
  • Link Aggregation on WAN and LAN to maximize Fiber ISP and NAS connections up to 2 Gbps
  • TP-Link HomeCareTM provides comprehensive network security for all your connected devices and frees up local gaming devices’ bandwidth resources
  • TP-Link HomeCareTM parental control and QoS features allocate and limit Wi-Fi resources to maximize gaming experience • Guided setup leads customers through a seamless installation experience using Bluetooth and a mobile app

Bobby has been gaming since he was old enough to walk. Since then, the interest has only grown stronger, and here we are today. Follow Bobby on Twitter, and just go with it. @bpashalidis

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