All-in-one smart home router and IoT hub from TP-LINK to control Wi-Fi, ZigBee and Z-Wave devices

TP-LINK, a provider of home, small, and medium business networking solutions, has released its new SR20 Smart Home Router with Touchscreen, an all-in-one router and Internet of Things (IoT) hub with ZigBee and Z-Wave.

The SR20 is said to deliver powerful AC1900 class performance that will transform the connected home experience. It provides centralised control for your entire smart home.

In addition to compatibility with devices from other manufactures, TP-LINK is also introducing a full line of home automation devices for security, lighting and energy management that will work with SR20. This includes HD day/night security cameras, tunable Wi-Fi lightbulbs, smart plugs and a smart switch with energy monitoring. TP-LINK is showcasing its new smart home portfolio, with new devices, connectivity products and accessories

Home is where the hub is

The TP-LINK SR20 Smart Home Router with Touchscreen is the central intelligence hub for devices throughout the home, enabling consumers to control their devices and automate functions tailored to their preferences. With the SR20, consumers can use their smartphone, tablet or the router’s user-friendly touchscreen to monitor and customise interactions between their devices, including cameras, light bulbs, sensors, thermostats and other smart home products.SR20 images

Your home, your experience

The TP-LINK SR20 Smart Home Router with Touchscreen enables several scenarios in the smart home – without sacrificing connectivity performance – such as having the lights turn on when homeowners walk through the door or automatically setting the thermostat to a desired temperature. Compatibility with ZigBee, Z-Wave and Wi-Fi allows functionality across a wide range of smart devices from different manufacturers. Additionally, the TP-LINK SR20 Smart Home Router with Touchscreen can send push notifications to consumers via the Kasa mobile app, so they are always in tune with the safety and functionality of their home, by notifying homeowners when the lights are left on or sending instant alerts if smoke or water leaks are detected.

Superior performance

Equipped with impressive AC1900 speeds, users can also enjoy bandwidth-intensive tasks such as 4K HD video streaming, large file downloads and online gaming without lag. Consumers can also seamlessly share files and media with the dedicated USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports. The TP-LINK SR20 Smart Home Router allows users to experience seamless Wi-Fi by utilising the latest in beamforming technology to further improve its overall coverage range and stability, creating stronger, more reliable connections. This router is also backwards-compatible, allowing it to work with older wireless protocols such as 802.11 a/b/g/n.

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