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TP-Link N450 Wireless Wi-Fi Router, Up to 450Mbps (TL-WR940N)
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- Wireless N speed up to 450Mbps, ideal for bandwidth-intensive tasks like HD video streaming, VoIP, and online gaming. Not compatible with phoneline internet.
- 802.11n technology, 15x faster with 5x the range of 802.11g, Three antennas for increased coverage and stability, System Requirements - Microsoft® Windows® 98SE, NT, 2000, XP, Vista™ or Windows 7, Windows8/ 8.1/10, MAC® OS, NetWare®, UNIX® or Linux
- IP based bandwidth control allows you to determine how much bandwidth is allotted to each device, WPS button for one-touch wireless security encryption
- Parental Controls to manage Internet access on children's or employees's computers, Industry-leading 2-year warranty and unlimited 24/7 technical support.
- *450Mbps wireless speed is only for TL-WR940N V3 while the earlier version is 300Mbps.
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Game And Stream On A Reliable Network
-3 x 3 MIMO to stream lag-free video, game online, and take care of all your essentials at up to 450Mbps over 2.4GHz.
-Wireless N (802.11n) technology operates 15x faster than Wireless G (802.11g).
-Three far-reaching 5dBi antennas for increased wireless performance and stability.
-Share files, music, videos, and images over your network using the four Fast Ethernet ports.
Connect and Share
Four Fast Ethernet ports for speedy wired connections.
Backwards-compatible with 802.11b/g.
Advanced Security Encryption
WPS button for one-touch wireless security encryption.
2-year warranty, 24/7 unlimited technical support by phone.
|TL-WR940N||Archer C50||Archer C1200||Archer C7||Archer C9 - Amazon's Choice for Essential Wi-Fi Router||Archer C2300|
|Wi-Fi Speed||Up to 450Mbps||Up to 1167Mbps||Up to 1167Mbps||Up to 1750Mbps||Up to 1900Mbps||Up to 2225Mbps|
|CPU Processor||Single-Core||Single-Core||Single-Core||Single Core||1GHz Dual-Core||1.8GHz Dual-Core|
|Ethernet Ports||4x Fast Ethernet||4x Fast Ethernet||4x Gigabit||4x Gigabit||4x Gigabit||4x Gigabit|
|USB Ports||1x USB 2.0||1x USB 2.0||2x USB 2.0||1x USB 3.0 + 1x USB 2.0||1x USB 3.0 + 1x USB 2.0|
|Antennas||3x External||2x External||3x External||3x External + 3x Internal||3x External||3x External|
|Online Gaming and 4K HD Video Streaming||✓||✓|
|Guest Network, Parental Controls, and IPv6 Support||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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|Data Transfer Rate||450 MB per second||1,200 Mb per second||300 Mb per second||300||300||450 MB per second|
|Item Dimensions||7.87 x 5.51 x 1.1 in||7.2 x 4.9 x 1.3 in||8.43 x 11.19 x 2.36 in||7.7 x 3.1 x 11.1 in||5 x 5.9 x 1 in||12.76 x 2.64 x 10.08 in|
|Item Weight||0.66 lb||1.39 lbs||1.1 lbs||1.37 lbs||0.5 lb||1.43 lbs|
|Total LAN Ports||4||—||—||4||4||4|
|Wireless Compatibility||802.11bgn||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac||802.11bgn||802.11bgn||802.11bgn||802.11abg|
300Mbps Wireless N Router The TL-WR940N creates a wireless network with speed of up to 300Mbps and has 4 10/100M ports to support 4 wired devices. With three omni-directional
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When I was comparing different lower cost routers it seemed like every product had negative reviews and pointed out flaws, to the point where it gave me pause on buying ANYTHING at all.
But bottom line this is a very good router for the price, simple to set up, and I recommend it BIGLY
1. Good reception in 2000 sq foot house. I have used multiple devices and streamed video with no problem.
2. SO SIMPLE to set up - right out of box, connect cord, plug in power, and use the SSID and password printed on the S/N label - no need to log in and do any configuration
Do not despair upon reading all the reviews and just order this if you're looking to stay under fifty buckaroos
I have purchased a number of routers over the years as the technology and performance improves, and the number of devices my family uses has increased. Over the past few years, I had migrated to the more expensive ($300+) routers in the hopes of greater performance. Right before this, I had an Asus RT-AC5300, a beast of a router that exceeded $400 when I bought it. But what I found was that as the price point goes up, the performance does not, and the reliability goes down. These expensive routers tend to be buggy and drop connections; they simply have too many features and are way too complex, all to provide functionalities that no one uses, or that none of your connected devices support anyway. The ASUS got so bad it was rebooting itself every few hours. The days of the rock-solid Linksys WRT54G seemed long gone... So I returned the ASUS RT-AC5300, gave my WRT1900ACS to a friend, and bought an Archer C7 (v2).
After two weeks of testing it, I have four words: it just works -- period. The signal is strong and punches through the lathe-and-plaster walls of my nearly 100 year old house. Its signal is considerably stronger than the WRT1900ACS that I had (which cost almost three times what this one did), and rivaled the signal strength of the $400 ASUS. It doesn't drop connections, doesn't reboot itself, and delivers a strong and steady stream of data to all devices, wired and wireless.
Only one word of warning; you need to make sure the Archer C7 that you purchase is NOT a first version. Everyone on the web has reported that TP-LINK badly botched the V1, especially for Macintosh/Apple devices (which is most of my house); most of those should be out of circulation or in landfills by now. The one I bought from Amazon was a V2, and it works perfectly with all of my Apple and non-Apple devices.
I recently gave Uverse the boot, and went back with Time Warner (now Spectrum). Uverse forced me to use their lousy router (replaced 5 times - don't even get me started - horrible couple of years). I also had a router that was about 5 years old (Cisco / Linksys), and so I figured I would be good to go. Well, performance of my IP cameras, laptops, and Amazon Fire Stick were not so great with my new setup. I figured it was Time Warner's fault, but decided to take a gamble and just flat-out replace my router.
So I arrived on the TP-Link AC1200 due to the low price but high performance specs. And I have to say I am blown away with the performance. I have been running it for over a month, and not ONCE have I had a hiccup where I needed to reboot the router. I have now been able to easily do port forwarding for my IP cameras, and connect as many devices as I want, with zero issues. Even my Fire Stick now performs like a champ (almost zero hesitation, even running wirelessly in a bedroom about 50 feet from the router). The range is excellent, signal strength excellent, reliability excellent, and I'm thrilled.
My ONLY complaint is that much to my surprise (and maybe because I still have a mindset and skillset more relevant to 2010?!?), there is not a dedicated WPS connection button. All of my IP cameras use WPS to connect, and so each time I had to open up a browser window, log into the router, and go to the advanced settings in the wireless screen to temporarily enable WPS. Not a show stopper because I rarely need this function, but it is a pain to have to go through those steps. Who knows, maybe that is a "security feature", but for me it is just a little extra trouble.
Regardless, the incredible performance and stability of this unit has made it WELL WORTH the upgrade over my previous router which on paper still "should" have been good enough for my needs. Very highly recommended!
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