JAKARTA – TP-Link, manufacturer of electronic devices, introduced some of the latest devices in the second quarter of this year. Today announced devices like the TL-WR820N Wireless Router up to the UB400 Bluetooth 4.0 Nano Adapter.
“All IoT-related requirements should have a solution.” TP-Link, as a leader, continues to innovate to provide the best tools for the community to make their lives easier, “said Sterling Li, Country Director of TP-Link Indonesia.
TP-Link Indonesia’s Marketing Manager, Biko Yoshia, said launching this product was one of the company’s educational efforts for the community.
“The introduction of the new TP-Link products are part of our efforts to educate the public. “TP-Link is not only a provider of router equipment, but also a solution for people who have business ventures,” said Yoshia.
Specifically for the TL-WR820N wireless router, this device supports home hotspots that can create WLANs and immediately share access through a wireless router.
The TL-WR820N wireless router is compatible with IEEE 802.11 b / g / n and provides stable wireless LAN speeds. For security, the TL-WR820N also has a guest network that protects the router’s private network when other people use Wi-Fi.
TP-Link also has a Universal WiFi Range Extender TL-WA854RE. The range extender device can increase or increase the range of wireless LAN signals from the access point to wireless users.
The TL-WA854RE offers speeds of up to 300 Mbps (802.11n). With this speed, users can enjoy free HD video, stream music and play online games. As with the UB400 Bluetooth 4.0 Nano Adapter, as a solution if the laptop’s built-in Bluetooth does not work. UB400 is compatible with Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. The technology in UB400 is the latest Bluetooth 4.0 with low power consumption (BLE) and compatible with Bluetooth V3.0 / 2.1 / 2.0 / 1.1.
UB400 can also be used for PCs that do not have Bluetooth.
All TP-Link devices introduced in the second quarter of 2019 can be easily obtained through TP-Link dealers and dealers or through marketplaces in Indonesia.
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