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TP-LINK TL-WR702N Wireless N150 Travel Router, Nano Size, Router/AP/Client/Bridge/Repeater Modes, 150Mpbs, USB Powered

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  • Compact and Portable-Ideal for Home and Travel Use
  • AP, Client, Router, Repeater, and Bridge Modes Fully Fit your Networking Needs
  • Powered through USB cable-More Flexibility and Freedom
  • Up to 150Mbps Wireless Speed
  • Power Adapter, USB Cable, Ethernet Cable, Quick Installation Guide, Resource CD included
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 0.7 x 2.2 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Item model number: TL-WR702N
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (786 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 29, 2012

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The TL-WR702N is designed for use with tablets, smart phones, handheld game consoles and other portable electronic wireless devices. The device, which can be powered by an external power adapter or USB connection to a computer, can conveniently connect to the internet and share the connection around an average sized room at 150Mbps.The device’s tiny size makes it ideal for use on the road and is powerful enough to satisfy almost any basic wireless application requirement. 

Portable and Compact—Ideal for Home and Travel Use

Image TL-WR702N is the smallest wireless router in the world and is very easy to use. All you need to do is simply plug a hotel room’s WAN cable into the port provided and enter a default password to instantly create a wireless hotspot.

Flexible Power Supply—Easy to Take on the Road

TL-WR702N has a Micro USB port that can be powered by an external power adapter or via a USB connection to a computer. When traveling, you can plug the TL-WR702N into your computer’s USB port and share your Wi-Fi connection with family and friends.  Image

Multiple Operating Modes

Image TL-WR702N supports AP, Router, Bridge, Client and Repeater modes to enable various wireless applications. This gives you a more dynamic and comprehensive wireless networking experience. 

Advanced Security

TL-WR702N provides WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK encryptions, which can effectively protect your wireless network. Its' Pre-Encryption function sets the initial SSID and Password for users to protect their wireless security.


  • Compatible with IEEE 802.11b/g/n
  • Wireless speed up to 150Mbps
  • Compact and portable, small enough to take on the road
  • Powered through a micro USB port by an external power adapter or USB connection to a computer
  • Compatible with almost all 2.4GHz Wi-Fi devices
  • Supports AP, Router, Client, Bridge and Repeater operation modes
  • Supports WEP, WPA/WPA2, WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK encryptions

Application Guide

AP Mode (Default)
Definition: The TL-WR702N is connected to a wired network and transforms the wired Internet access into wireless so that multiple devices can share the Internet.

1.Office, hotel and places where only wired network is available.
2.LAN gaming party, small meeting and other situations where a temporary wireless network is needed.

Repeater Mode
Definition: The TL-WR702N copies and reinforces the existing wireless signal to extend the coverage of the signal. So the network name(SSID) and password don't change. This mode is especially useful for a large space to eliminate signal-blind corners.

Application: Large house, office, warehouse or other spaces where the existing signal is weak.

Client Mode
Definition: The TL-WR702N is connected to another device via Ethernet core and acts as an adaptor to send/receive the wireless signal from your wireless network.

Application: For a Smart TV, Media Player, or game console with an Ethernet port. Use the 702N to make your devices Wi-Fi enabled, granting them access to your wireless network.

Router Mode
Definition: The TL-WR702N is connected to a DSL or cable modem and works as a regular wireless router.

Application: Internet access from DSL or cable modem is available for one user but more users need to share the Internet.

Bridge Mode
Definition: The TL-WR702N borrows existing wireless Internet and broadcasts it using a different network name(SSID) and password. This application can create two individual networks for two groups of users sharing one Internet.

Application: Small restaurant, shop, bar, home, office and others where Internet service needs to be provided for guests without revealing the password of the existing network for hosts.

Mini Router Comparison Chart

  150Mbps Wireless N Mini Pocket Router 150Mbps Wireless N Nano Router Portable 3G/4G Wireless N Travel Router
(This Product)
Portable Battery Powered 3G/4G Wireless N Router
Model TL-WR700N TL-WR702N TL-MR3020 TL-MR3040
Speed Up to 150 Mbps Up to 150 Mbps Up to 150 Mbps Up to 150 Mbps
Dimensions 3.2 x 2.8 x 1.1 in 2.2 x 2.2 x 0.7 in. 2.9 x 2.6 x 0.9 in. 3.9 x 2.4 x 0.6 in.
Wireless N  
Easy Setup
Advanced Security  
Multiple Operating Modes
HD Video Streaming & Multiplayer Online Gaming Good Good Good Good
Power Supply Type Foldable Plug USB/power adapter USB/power adapter USB/2000 mAh Battery
Flexible Power Supply
3G/4G Access  
Nano Size  
WISP Access  

Product Description

TP-LINK TL-WR702N IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b 150Mbps Wireless N Nano Router

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I'm using it in client mode to get a LAN printer connected to my home network via wifi, rather than running cable to…Setup was easy enough and I got it online in no time. Read more ›
If you were looking for a way to use your Chromecast on the go, look no further. This unit is super small, and the setup is very easy. I pack it with my Chromecast when… Read more ›
This product for me is a perfect buy for me or anybody else the setup was to easy you can know nothing about routers and set it up in under 5 min also better connectivity… Read more ›
Anyhow, the 702N is small, runs off a usb port or using the supplied adapter (which essentially gives you a USB power adapter) -- I…Setup is easy with the web interface. Read more ›
I cant get over how well this little guy works. While I would tweak a few things the set up is easy and it works reliable. Most importantly is has excellent signal strength… Read more ›
I then setup as client and connected the old spare Linksys…This setup works great and is part of my R&D and learning and is not the replacement of home internet service. Read more ›
I bought this and bring it back to China for my parents because wireless signal was weak in their big house. At first I didn't even sure if this thing will be working in… Read more ›
The only negative is that the signal range isn't amazing. For a device this small with no external antennae that shouldn't be surprising. Read more ›
Awesome little portable router! Range is somewhat limited to one room (signal doesn't go well through walls). Read more ›
I setup all my devices at home so they will auto connect to the device when traveling. Signal Strength is good and the device is very small. Read more ›
TP-LINK TL-WR702N Wireless N150 is a perfect solution to ensure a stable wireless network connection where the main wireless signals is weak, the WR702N is help you to… Read more ›
This is a very tiny device, I originally bought it to take it while on vacation, however I have not used it for that purpose yet, I am using as a repeater, my wifi signal… Read more ›
Easy to use. Easy to set up. Read more ›
Now I can connect with my iPhone or iPad in hotels that don't ofer WiFi. Really easy to use & setup. Read more ›
Here is the review link…I initially thought that some more famous bands might come with better quality or it would be easier to use even though it comes with lower specs. Read more ›
I found a hotel that I…I picked this router up, and set it up before I left with an easy to use password, and made sure my devices could connect and remember the settings. Read more ›
So far so good, really easy to use and manage, so far it works flawlessly for something this small and the price range. Read more ›
This tiny wifi router has blown my mind from day one. It's super cute, ergonomic, takes very little space, easy to use and install. I've had this for 2 years and it has… Read more ›
Having the mini USB adapters means I can still connect to the corporate backbone network via my built-in…The price is perfect and the feature set is exactly what I wanted. Read more ›
It was easy enough to configure following the steps in the…The price point is excellent and I'm even considering using this router at home instead of my bigger bulky one :) Read more ›
The price is very reasonable, but it may not even be worth that price unless you need a travel router for use in your hotel room that only has wired connections and not… Read more ›
Range isn't bad, but for a small room or office (in an unsecure environment) that little guy works fine. The price is reasonable and for what I need, it's perfect. Read more ›
For what it is, and for the price, it is a great value. Read more ›
This is an excellent addition to your road warrior kit, and the price is incredibly cheap. Definitely recommended... Read more ›
Worked perfect out of the box as z wired wireless router. Speed was very good. Need to try other options. Read more ›
Perfect. Speed was good, giving me 45 mb/s. The reviews said it comes configured as an AP, which is fine. I haven't tried it as a repeater, although I'm eager to give it a… Read more ›
Transfer speeds are good and the unit has run 24/7 for the last month no issues at all. Read more ›
However it's just…My speeds were no faster that connecting to the G wireless built into the ADSL router (this is using an N USB adapter in the next room with doors open.) Read more ›
But once it works, it works quite well. Speed is good. I have used it just for couple of days and is working quite well. Read more ›
Aside from the manuals, everything worked flawlessly. I needed to use this router in AP mode, and its initial performance has been very good. It was able to communicate… Read more ›
I spend…I use this as a client for my xbox360 and Blueray in my play room, it works great, the configuration was easy and it's up and running flawlessly for a few days now. Read more ›
Despite that, it's very difficult to initially configure this thing: the web based…If you do manage to bring it up, then configuration is fairly straightforward. I've… Read more ›
I have the router set to router mode, plug into the client's…I love the portable size, and the configuration options are simple enough to understand and adjust if needed. Read more ›
Works flawlessly and the setup for the various configurations was easy. I'm unsure how robust the unit is, though, while it is quite attractive, it is VERY lightweight and… Read more ›
This is a good…Setting up a custom SSID and password isn't as simple as it could be, but the instructions that come in the box do a decent job of explaining how to do it. Read more ›
The smaller and versatile router I bought, easy to carry and use, its configuration is very simple, its three functions make it a good use of communications equipment. Read more ›
This thing is a micro beast! It is a travel router, and the range is not amazing (about a room or two), but it is tiny, and most important, USB powered. I've used them for… Read more ›
I bought one from Frys once. Its slow, unreliable, overheats, difficult to set up, and the range is terrible too. Read more ›
Range is good enough for what this is for, which is basically when you go to a hotel with a wired connection and no (or weak) wireless. A lot of hotels and motels are still… Read more ›
Much better than a wireless dongle and less expensive too. Range is great. The unit is reliable, stable and does exactly what it's suppose to. Read more ›
Powered by usb, I can always find something to plug into to provide power. The range is super wonderful, but how can it be with an antenna that small. Works for me!!! Read more ›
I have been consistently using the TP Link nano as a router for…The range has been excellent, being able to transmit signal through walls and over a pretty good distance. Read more ›
M…I met a friend at a restaurant for lunch and we had our laptops but no good wireless signal - most of the wireless networks were secured, and the open ones were unreliable. Read more ›
I can't speak for all of the features since I am just using it in the client mode - I don't need the extra functionality right now, but it is a good networking tool to have… Read more ›
Best buy I have ever made. It also incidentally is really easy to network with an arduino ethernet shield, and has some really neat bridging capabilities. I love it, and… Read more ›
The…For that, it needs to work from both an ethernet connection (to create my own secure wireless network) and as a bridge from an insecure wireless network to a secure one. Read more ›
This actually slowed down my network. I ended up getting the Apple Airport Time Machine and its much better. Read more ›
The wireless signal would be present after the router was started up but it disappeared after a few minutes. Worse, the entire network became unstable. The device had to be… Read more ›
I didn't use it…The software is good, has all the advanced features if you want to configure it, or you can use the wizard that with only some steps is already configured. Read more ›
You need to be on a set ip in order to be able to configure the router, the bridge feature only works when it feels like it, and the software is poorly coded (to that… Read more ›
This will require a firmware upgrade, which takes a bit of doing. As other's have mentioned, the software isn't the best. This link gives you the instructions: Read more ›
I downloaded a firmware update, configured the WiFi, moved it to my TV,…The interface is fast, the update and reboot was fast, it was simple to understand and easy to do. Read more ›
At home my…I tried the BearExtender wifi that connects to the usb port but that was a mediocre fix at best, often it would disconnect and the software was really bad. I… Read more ›
That's inexcusable, and I say that as someone who's configured dozens of routers, including a…The printed directions are in Spanish, and the interface is in broken English. Read more ›
The products are great and they work. Customer service is great. The English instructions should be edited for clarity by someone who is fluent in written English, and… Read more ›
Downloaded the well-written user guide but the hardware didn't respond to…US TP-Link phone tech support was prompt, professional, very knowledgeable, helpful and courteous. Read more ›
You need to have a good understanding of network design and function to use this device. The manual and customer support are extremely lacking. There are a lot of hands on… Read more ›
Customer service has been excellent and I was shipped a replacement unit. Read more ›
Only 4 stars because the instruction manual stinks, but the support was great. Read more ›
Huge plus: Their tech support is AWESOME. Basically no wait (or your disconnected), 24/7 service with someone who is really knowledgeable and patient. Read more ›
I bought one to connect a blueray which has no Wi-Fi and works perfectly. Besides the small size and design are perfect. I totally recommend it. Read more ›
I really wanted to like this little…The manufacturer has put a lot of thought into the supported functions and physical design that make it potentially incredibly useful. Read more ›
I also purchased an Edimax nano router on amazon, which cost 50% more, but is actually a horrible device, poor design, poor build quality, and poor user experience. You… Read more ›
Great physical design. But internals don't do justice. Read more ›
I don't know why it is so difficult to design a router that can communicate with a computer automatically before it is configured. But the reality is that most routers,… Read more ›
While there may be…So despite the ingeniously small product size and clean apple like design and packaging, it ultimately falls short in the user experience area. I'm… Read more ›
You need to make some changes to your TCP/IP settings. The instructions are fairly poor and show screenshots from only one version of Windows. You can definitely use them… Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

136 of 152 people found the following review helpful By Grillguy on August 15, 2012
Look no further. Wow, is this thing tiny about the size of a travel mouse. Easy setup, switching power supply, place to plug in an ethernet cable, Plugged it in to power it up. Powered up my Nexus 7, checked wifi, and there it was. Toughest part was reading the password on the device. Security by itty-bitty printing. Well, secure against us old folks anyway. Couldn't be simpler. Has multiple modes that I haven't played with so far. Seems really fast, was able to stream video flawlessly, amazing range considering the size of the antenna the thing must have. No deductions so far. I'll update after my two week trip.

***Back from trip, works as promised still five stars. ****
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83 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Buckeye_Knight on October 7, 2013
I purchased the TP-Link WR702N network device recently, to set it up as a REPEATER in our church building, to extend the wireless Wifi signal from one side of the building, down to the basement of the other side (actually 2 buildings put together). It works fine now, but I did have a struggle getting it working at first.

I initially set up the device in my home to test, and found out that it is a little tricky to access its on-line configuration menu. Once I got it configured, I found out that after several hours, it would stop broadcasting. I also found that some Android devices will lose the signal when moving between the main router and the repeater.

Here are the solutions to the problems that I encountered, which I hope will help you:

For the problem with the broadcasting, you will have to open a ticket with the TP-Link support via their web site, [...] after registering, to ask for the (now) beta version of the firmware patch for this device, to resolve the broadcasting problem. They will e-mail you the binary file for the firmware patch. You can update that from the configuration menu. I suggest doing this before configuring the device for use. You get to the configuration menu by going to [...] in a web browser, with the device connected to your PC or laptop with the provided ethernet cable.

To set up the repeater mode:

1. Factory reset the device by putting a pen in the RESET pin hole. Hold until blue light flashes on device (about 10 seconds).
2. Pull the power to the device for 10 seconds.
3. After repowering, plug the device into the ethernet jack of your computer.
4. Open a web browser and type in [...] to get to the devices configuration menu.
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88 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Lee on August 17, 2012
This is a great little 5 function device, Router, Access Point, wireless client, bridge and Repeater. It does have a few drawbacks, depending on what you plan on doing with it and your knowledge of networking. What this device lacks is a slide switch to go from one mode to the other. It is all done through a browser, and if its is not already set, in a mode to assign you an IP you have to manually set your computers IP to the same networks as the devices. Changing the devices Netmask helps. I've also discovered that in Bridge mode (It picks up a wireless signal and then transmits another signal using a different SSID and password) You can only have one device attached at a time, either wireless or wired. The manual suggests that you can use this mode to allow someone to use you wireless network without revealing your password, they would get the new SSID and password that the TL-WR702n re-broadcasts, that is fine as long as they only want to connect one device.

The other drawback I found is if you already know the name and password of the wireless hotspot you want to connect to, and you are planning on using the TP-Link as a Wireless Client, say for a device other than a computer, well, you can't set it up ahead of time and then just plug everything in once you arrive. You need to input the MAC address of the Hotspot that you plan on connecting to. If you don't have that information handy, you have to get out the laptop and configure the TP-Link once it is in range of a signal (do a site survey). It won't even remember the password until you make a connection. It wants the MAC address whenever you connect to a wireless signal, something I haven't seen in a compact client device before.
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45 of 54 people found the following review helpful By BenJett on January 8, 2013
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I bought this for my dorm room. I wanted something that wouldn't take up a lot of room, had a subtle sleek look, and was powerful enough to work with Netflix, etc. This router does all of that and was EASY to set up. I plugged the internet cable into the back of it and plugged the power cord into the wall, turned on wireless internet access on my computer and typed in the password that is printed on the bottom of the router and was able to log onto the internet as soon as I clicked on the browser. I was extremely pleased with the ease of this setup! I definitely reccommend this router!!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Kai Wells on December 14, 2012
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EDIT: This router stopped working after about a month. My neighbor bought the same model and had a similar issue.


This is a good wireless router for a budget if you're willing to get your hands a little dirty. Setting up a custom SSID and password isn't as simple as it could be, but the instructions that come in the box do a decent job of explaining how to do it. More advanced settings are readily available, but an explanation of their functions are not.

The range isn't all that impressive (barely usable at 20 ft), but if your needs are fairly minimal it should be fine. The unit I have seems to drop its connection every few days, but this is fixed by turning it off and on again. This may be a unique issue with the source of the connection, however.

After several weeks of continual use, I would recommend this product if your needs and/or budget are limited.

- Cheap
- Tiny (remarkably so)

- Short range
- Potentially troublesome software interface
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April 4, 2013
Hello Customer,

We're sorry for any inconvenience that this product may have caused you. The short range of the wireless may come from the fact that there is only one internal antenna and no external antenna. The size of the device also impacts this. If there is too much obstruction around the power-outlet, then a suggestion would be to move the device to an outlet that is more open.

These devices are made for the more traveling and mobile user. So the signal strength should be fine in smaller areas where one would see when traveling.

We really appreciate you taking the time to try and review our Router. We hope that you will be able to check out more of our products in the future. Please feel free to contact me directly at howard.he@tp-link.com for any issues.

Best Regards!

TP-LINK Support Team
(866) 225-8139
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