|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
TP-Link AD7200 Wireless Wi-Fi Tri-Band Gigabit Router (Talon AD7200)
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- • Connect every device on an incredibly smooth network with complete, ultra-fast in-room coverage using 802.11ad, the latest, most powerful innovation in wireless technology
- • Stream a 4K movie in minutes, and instantly share thousands of files and photos on the 60GHz band
- • AD7200 Multi-band with 4-Stream technology delivers up to 7200Mbps Wi-Fi speeds over 2.4GHz (800Mbps), 5GHz (1733Mbps), and 60GHZ (4600Mbps) bands
- • Faster Wi-Fi for every device with multi-user support from MU-MIMO technology
- • Enjoy high-speed connections without interruption with powerful 1.4GHz dual-core CPU
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From the manufacturer
- 4600Mbps + 1733Mbps + 800Mbps
- 1.4GHz Dual Core
- 512MB RAM, 32MB Flash Memory
- 4x Gigabit LAN, 1x Gigabit WAN Ports
- 2x USB 3.0 Ports
- 8x fixed antennas + 1x 60GHz antenna array
The Fastest Wi-Fi. Ever.
Game, share, and stream in 4K on Wi-Fi faster than Gigabit Ethernet with the Talon AD7200. The Wireless AD router runs multiple bands to reach speeds up to 7200Mbps while providing whole-home coverage. Its one of the leading-edge antenna design sends strong, reliable Wi-Fi across your home, and new beam-steering technology directs Wi-Fi along the clearest path to devices. The router uses MU-MIMO and 4-Stream to reduce wait times and increase Wi-Fi speeds. A powerful 1.4GHz dual-core processor easily handles simultaneous connections to keep your router running at peak performance.
Wireless AD for Streaming and Sharing Faster Than Ever
The Talon AD7200 is the world’s first router to support 802.11ad—the latest, most powerful wireless technology. Using Wireless AD, the Talon AD7200 runs a new 60GHz Wi-Fi band that reaches speeds significantly faster than Gigabit Ethernet. Now, you can download 100 photos in less than a second, an HD movie in less than 40 seconds, and a full 4K movie in less than eight minutes, all over your Wi-Fi.
World's First Wireless AD
MU-MIMO lets the Talon AD7200 simultaneously communicate with multiple devices on its 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands to reduce wait times and speed up connections. With MU-MIMO, more users can be online at once without affecting the router’s performance.
4-Stream creates faster Wi-Fi connections by adding an extra data stream to both the Talon AD7200’s 5GHz and 2.4GHz bands. The four total streams per band greatly increase Wi-Fi speed, letting you enjoy intensive activities, like gaming and watching movies in 4K, without lag.
At the heart of the Talon AD7200 is a 1.4GHz dual-core processor that balances the demands of your devices to keep their connections fast and uninterrupted. Game online, stream movies, download files, and share media while the powerful dual-core processor seamlessly manages each Wi-Fi band, every connection, and all of the router’s hardware and software.
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Need help setting up your TP-Link device? Our team is here 24/7 for toll-free technical support, including setup, no matter when you purchased our product. Plus, our 2-year warranty gives you worry-free service.
|Archer C7||Archer C9 - Amazon's Choice for Essential Wi-Fi Router||Archer C2300||Archer C3150 V2||Archer C5400||Talon AD7200|
|Wi-Fi Speed||Up to 1750Mbps||Up to 1900Mbps||Up to 2225Mbps||Up to 3167Mbps||Up to 5334Mbps||Up to 7133Mbps|
|CPU Processor||Single-Core||1GHz Dual-Core||1.8GHz Dual-Core||1.4GHz Dual-Core||1.4GHz Dual-Core||1.4GHz Dual-Core|
|Ethernet Ports||4x Gigabit||4x Gigabit||4x Gigabit||4x Gigabit||4x Gigabit||4x Gigabit|
|USB Ports||2x USB 2.0||1x USB 3.0 + 1x USB 2.0||1x USB 3.0 + 1x USB 2.0||1x USB 3.0 + 1x USB 2.0||1x USB 3.0 + 1x USB 2.0||2x USB 3.0|
|Antennas||3x External + 3x Internal||3x External||3x External||4x External||8x External||8x External + 1x Internal|
|Data Streams||QAM-256||NitroQAM (QAM-1024) and 4-stream||NitroQAM (QAM-1024) and 4-stream||NitroQAM (QAM-1024) and 4-stream||QAM-256 and 4-stream|
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|Data Transfer Rate||—||1,900 Mb per second||1,750 MB per second||3,100 MB per second||3,200 Mb per second||5,300 MB per second|
|Item Dimensions||9 x 9 x 1.7 in||3.9 x 13.2 x 9.5 in||7.26 x 11.22 x 1.97 in||6.5 x 30 x 18.8 in||1.5 x 7.9 x 7.9 in||6.5 x 24.5 x 24.5 in|
|Item Weight||4 lbs||3 lbs||1.65 lbs||2.6 lbs||3.09 lbs||3.21 lbs|
|Total LAN Ports||—||4||—||—||—||—|
|Wireless Compatibility||—||802.11 A/C||—||802.11 A/C||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac||802.11 A/C|
TP-Link AD7200 Wireless Wi-Fi Tri-Band Gigabit Router (Talon AD7200)
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If it gives you a hiccup within the first few days, try to update the firmware manually. By update I mean reinstall if that is the case. Maybe you already have the latest version of the software but simply need to reinstall it. Do that. As a matter of fact, it is a rule of thumb for me when it comes to routers. Because if your router can't be restored, have its OS flashed, or allow you to backup your configuration, it is not worth keeping. Usually, more problems await ahead, especially past your Amazon 30 return period. Get that thing out of your house with your grace period and get a replacement. And if the replacement is misbehaving too, get out of the brand or that model.
As for the AC3150, well it is working great at my in-laws.
Bit the bullet and bought this high price device rather than waste more money on extenders that don't work.
After about 2 months of owing it I have no regrets. Worth the price purely for the ability to have a strong internet connection in very room of my house and outside. Highly recommend.
It's probably overkill for my uses but the price was right. Would love to see some TVs with WiFi AD built in soon.
Before this I had a Linksys E3000 N router and I would average between 40 and 60 Mbps down and 20 Mbps up. Now I easily get 90 to 105 Mbps down and 20 to 25 Mbps up.
It's made a big difference. Had all the family over for the Thanksgiving holiday and everyone had great speeds on their devices with no deadzones and signal drops. We had around 25 devices connected all at once during the holiday period
No lags or slow downs while streaming movies. I'm impressed.
The software could be a little more versatile and intuitive (e.g., the firewall is a little strange in what they decide is "low," "medium," and "high" security, and they don't explain why they block or don't block certain ports on certain settings), but it's no big deal (and this issue certainly isn't unique to this router or brand -- IMHO, most of them could use a bit more polish in the user interface). Regardless, if you are a techie, you'l figure out which ports to allow/block on your own, and if you aren't a techie, you can just leave things on their defaults (though if you find some particular program isn't working after installing this router, its default settings might be blocking a port the program needs -- try setting firewall security to "low" and see if that fixes the problem).
The initial install was very easy and seamless. My average speeds using the wireless router built into the gateway modem AT&T was around 150 mbps. Immediately my speeds increased to 380 mbps using the 5GHZ band and 180 using the 2.4GHZ band. I knew going into the gigapower package was more than likely wasn't going to hit 1000, but am content getting 380 with no need to restart and never dealing with any buffering.
This modem isn't cheap, and it definite overkill considering that I don't have any devices that can connect to the 802.11ad. With that being said, I did try less expensive models from different competitors that did hit similar speeds, BUT my connection to the WIFI router was not nearly as stable with dropped connections. Additionally, the connection to the NAS was constantly getting dropped. For the simple reason of never having to deal with dropped connections and still getting top speeds and performance, the extra $100 the AD7200 cost compared to it's competitors is worth it in my opinion.