Archer AX10 Benchmark on non Wifi 6 Device

Archer AX10 Benchmark on non Wifi 6 Device
Archer AX10 Benchmark on non Wifi 6 Device
2020-03-27 04:55:12 - last edited 2020-03-27 17:10:50

I want to compare Archer AX10 performance vs A9 in term of 5Ghz AC connectivity. Currently all my device not supporting AX and my future phone (Note 10 Lite) also limitted to AC.

 

Most benchmark I found on internet utilize the Wifi 6. And the official website only showing speed spec for AX not AC.

 

If any of you have AX10, kindly share the speed when connect to non wifi 6 device

 

Or any link I can refer to, or any advice why should I take latest model (AX10) instead of older model (A9) knowing that my future phone wont supporting AX

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2020-03-27 15:41:58 - last edited 2020-03-27 17:10:50

@Coisox 

 

AX is backwards compatible with AC so in other words if the AX offers 1201 Mbps for 5GHz AX, then if you have a AC1200 device you will get the 1200 Mbps. Again these are theoretical speeds, real world speeds will be different.

 

The A9 goes up to 1300 Mbps so the theoretical difference between the two is about 100 Mbps.

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2020-03-27 15:41:58 - last edited 2020-03-27 17:10:50

@Coisox 

 

AX is backwards compatible with AC so in other words if the AX offers 1201 Mbps for 5GHz AX, then if you have a AC1200 device you will get the 1200 Mbps. Again these are theoretical speeds, real world speeds will be different.

 

The A9 goes up to 1300 Mbps so the theoretical difference between the two is about 100 Mbps.

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2020-03-27 17:10:33 - last edited 2020-03-27 17:12:42

Thank you for the reply. I noticed the word "backward" but I perceive it doesnt mean same speed but rather simply "compatible".

 

I also have a thought that the AX10 focused on the new technology (AX) but to cut cost, somehow when connected using AC, the theoretical speed are much lower (let say 800).

 

Since ur Username got "TP-Link" logo, I take that this is the official answer I'm looking for. I'll go for the future (AX10) then since 100 is not a big deal (assuming in real world, both will produce same result around 600). After another 3-4 years, I believe I can start utilizing the AX.

 

Thank you again for the fast reply.

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