|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
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TP-Link N300 Wireless Portable Nano Travel Router(TL-WR802N) - WiFi Bridge/Range Extender/Access Point/Client Modes, Mobile in Pocket
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- Pocket sized Wireless N router Travels effortlessly
- Quickly create a secure Wi Fi hotspot to Share with family and friends; External Power Supply 5V/1A
- 300 Mbps Wi Fi speed on 2.4G hertz band for lag Free video streaming and online gaming
- Compatible with Chrome cast
- Micro USB port for Powering via an external adapter or USB port
- Suppots Router, AP, Client, Repeater and WISP operation modes
- Pre Encryption function sets initial SSID and password Protection. Antenna Type:On-Board
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Goes Where You Go
Incredibly compact router that easily fits in your pocket, purse or bag, perfect for use at home and while traveling.
Works with 2.4GHz devices, including Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV Stick so you can easily stream video wherever you are.
Micro-USB port for flexible powering via an external adapter or USB cable
Easily Share Fast Wi-Fi
Quickly create a secure Wi-Fi hotspot to share with family and friends, whether you’re in a hotel room or in a study group.
Get up to 300Mbps Wi-Fi speed for taking care of your essentials, or streaming HD Video.
Supports Access Point, Client, Router, Repeater, and Bridge modes.
What’s in the Box
Nano Router, Power adapter, USB cable, Ethernet cable, installation guide, resource CD
Keeps your network safe with advanced security encryption
802.11 b/g/n Compatible
Works with any 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi router or access point
Industry-leading 24/7 free technical support by phone (1-866-225-8139) and email
|Wi-Fi Speed Up to||300Mbps||5GHz:Up to 433Mbps 2.4GHz:Up to 300Mbps|
|Dimensions||2.2 x 2.2 x 0.7 in.||2.91 x 2.64 x 0.87 in.|
|Powered by||Micro-USB||USB power adapter|
|Ethernet Ports||1 10/100Mbps WAN/LAN Port||1 10/100Mbps WAN/LAN Port|
|USB 2.0 Port||1 USB 2.0 Port|
|Multiple Operating Modes: (Router, Ckient, Repeater, Access Point, Bridge)||✓||✓|
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The pocket-sized TL-WR802N creates a private Wi-Fi hotspot anywhere an Internet connection is available. Powered via a wall outlet or USB port, the travel router works with 2.4GHz devices, including Chrome cast and reaches speeds of 300Mbps for streaming video, placing Internet calls, and gaming online without lag. Frequency Range: 2.4-2.4835GHz; Interface Available: 1 x 10/100Mbps WAN/LAN Port, 1 Micro USB Port, 1 Reset Button; System Requirement: Microsoft Windows 98SE NT 2000 XP Vista, or Windows 10/8.1/8/7, MACOS NetWare UNIX or Linux; Wireless Standards: IEEE 802.11n IEEE 802.11g IEEE 802.11b.
Maximum wireless transmission rates are the physical rates derived from IEEE Standard 802.11 specifications. Range and coverage specifications along with the number of connected devices were defined according to test results under normal usage conditions. Actual wireless transmission rate, wireless coverage, and number of connected devices are not guaranteed, and will vary as a result of 1) environmental factors, including building materials, physical objects and obstacles, 2) network conditions, including local interference, volume and density of traffic, product location, network complexity, and network overhead and 3) client limitations, including rated performance, location, connection quality, and client condition. Internet plans greater than 100 Mbps will be limited by the product’s Ethernet WAN port.
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It does not have a cord, it plugs directly into an outlet like a nightlight
It automatically creates a new network named yournetwork + "_EXT"
It's smaller than I thought, about the size of 3 stacked packs of post-it notes
If you use your internet everyday for school or work, slow speeds speeds can be detrimental. This completely fixed the issue for me. The most $20 has every improved my life. Other more expensive models probably have some features this doesn't, but if you just want to fix dead zones for not much money, this is the answer.
It took maybe 2 minutes to set up, the hardest part was getting it out of the box! It amplifies the signal perfectly, and I find that it actually makes my wifi faster, as less people are using it!
HouseWifi is my normal wifi signal in my room and the HouseWifi_EXT is the extenders wifi signal in my room. Look at the difference!
I will be convincing my family to buy these for the farther parts of the house. In love!!
I originally looked into purchasing the Ring brand Wifi extended, but it was 50 bucks and it was ONLY for Ring products. I thought it would help to have a Wifi extender to connect to all my other devices, so I scoured Amazon to find a cheaper one.
I am technologically literate in many areas, but connectivity and networks are NOT one of those areas. I was concerned that I would have to hire a techy person to come help me, but surprisingly, it was very easy to set up and connect with my current AT&T Uverse router.
I did run into a bit of a problem, as my Ring Doorbell was still showing a weak signal. I fiddled around with the Ring and realized that this extended had created a new network for me to connect to - it was my network name with "-EXT" at the end. I reconnected the Ring to THAT network - my password was the same and everything - and NOW my Ring Doorbell works PERFECT!
This extender is great and does exactly what I need.
I also noticed on the box that there is a phone number to call for 24/7 tech support, which is very handy to have!
I highly recommend it if you just need a boost in signal to reach certain devices or reach devices that are too far away from your router.
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Having read some of the reviews for TP-Link Cable WiFi Router and looking at how other people solved poor VM WiFi problems I decided to purchase for installation our loft space with a view to making the WiFi signal in our home more robust. One the router arrived and was out of the box I switched the Super Hub into Modem mode, ran a CAT5 cable from the Modem port up into the loft space, plugged it into the TP-Link Router and turned on. For first time use I used a wired connection with the laptop to log into the TP-Link Admin page and within a couple of clicks of a mouse the router had found the cable model and the connection was live. A few more clicks later and I had configured the WiFi as we would want it and all of our devices found the new SSID quickly. I then reviewed the basic security setting and made a few simple changes to make sure the router was as secure as I needed to be and, after a quick reboot, we were ready to go. The total installation time was no more than fifteen minutes and that included putting a couple of screws into a joist to mount the router for best signal strength.
The router has been in place for about a month now and so far it has been excellent. Unlike the previous Super Hub there has been no drop out or no need to reboot (albeit I believe there is a setting where you can do this on a daily basis at a set time) and the connection has been very stable. We run 2 PC's, 1 Laptop, 2 FireTV's, 3 Mobile Phones and a CCTV system that can be viewed live and the router is dealing with all of this in it's stride. It not unusual for both Fire TV's to be streaming at the same time without an issue and our work laptop can be quite heavy on data when using a VPN connection and, again, the router has been trouble-free. There are lots of other features of the product such as Guest WiFi, Bridges, DMZ's etc. which are all over and above what we really need but am pleased the features could be used should our requirements change.
All in all, for the price we paid and the issues we were having with a Super Hub, this is an excellent piece of kit for a home WiFi setup. It was quick and simple to set up, provided a good level of security for our devices and so far has been faultless.
Currently immensely regretting my decision to buy this item. The item has already been changed 3 times and it's yet to complete even 1 year. Apart from the 1st time , which I had a replacement with in the 1st week of purchase, every time got a refurbished product from TPlink service center and developed some form of trouble within few weeks.
It's "broken" again, and I'll go to their store for the 4th time. It's pros remained the same as mentioned in my earlier review (please refer below) but frequent disruption makes it completely a lost case.
I'll strongly suggest not to buy this item even if it available at dirty cheap price. I've read multiple reviews mentioning experiences from other buyers. You can read it too.
Initial review #Feb'18
Purchased this item after extensive research (both Offline and Online). The following is a summarized review after almost 1 month of extensive usage
Simple no frill design
Dual antenna configuration
Excellent range. (Placed it at ground floor and getting excellent strength in the 1st floor)
Simple setup procedure with all required features (which should be suffice for home or SOHO users)
* None till now
Why 4 Star and not 5
1. The first item delivered to me was defective (but got replaced seamlessly, thanks to Amazon)
Defect was extremely low speed in PC although wireless speed was fine. In case you face the same get it replaced.
2. it's too early to comment, if it really works for 12-15 more months; I'll come back and give it a 5 star
* I come from Network/Systems background and having extensive exposure to the field of Wired/Wireless networking; hence can confirm this is an excellent item in sub 1K price range.
How it works: You plug an Ethernet cable from an existing router - your main router - into this access point. You then connect to this access point.
Setting up the access point in two easy steps:
1) Connect to this network/access pont, which will be called TPLink***.
2) Choose automatic setup, though for more advanced users there is the option to go through manual setup. Here you can choose the access point name and the password.
Personally, I find this access point highly reliable as it has been connected and running for many months. It provides a strong WiFi connection and I would highly recommend this to anyone wanting to extend their network
"The signal strength is good, slightly higher than other routers. My broadband speed is 50 Mbps and over wireless I can get almost 40 to 45 Mbps."
2. Other Features : 10/10
"Most special thing about this is that it has an app from which you can manage each and every basic settings of your router. Guest Network is also available."
3. Easy to use : 10/10
"In market TP-Link routers are the easiest routers to use & setup. Connect all wires and go to <tplinkwifi.net> then you'll get the setup page by entering the admin username & password, after that modifying the settings is very easy."
4. Durability : 6/10
"The white part or you'll call the main body is made of plastic which has small vents for air flow & it router doesn't heat up too much. The long black antennas are slight delicate but it does a great job.