Reviews and Problems with TP-link Archer C7 (AC1750)
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TP-Link Archer C7 Review AC1750
4 November 2014
Excerpt: A number of years ago there was a big shift in networking as users moved from wired to wireless. More recently the industry has changed a little with the introduction of Powerline networking. That had a lot of people sceptical however in our experience it actually works very well. Of course those powerline products are competing with the latest Wireless-ac kit and it is one of those devices we look at today in our TP-LINK Archer C7 Review.
Excerpt: The TP-Link AC1750 Archer C7 wireless router performed admirably throughout our tests, with its six antennae (three internal, three external) proving ideal for gamers and people streaming video. It offered loads of range when streaming video, and it also did very well when used with several walls between our tablet and the router itself. Hit play to see our wireless router group test below!
Excerpt: TP-Link has been on a roll this year, releasing one new router after the other. The Archer C7 is their 802.11ac model. We tested it to find out how this AC1750 router fares against the more expensive routers from the competition.
Summary: The TP-Link AC1750 Archer C7 wireless router performed admirably throughout our tests, with its six antennae (three internal, three external) proving ideal for gamers and people streaming video. It offered loads of range when streaming video, and it also did very well when used with several walls between our tablet and the router itself. Hit play to see our wireless router group test below!
Conclusion: As an affordable AC wireless router, the TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 has a lot to like. For the price you'll be getting everything you'd want from a higher-end model, without the price tag. It's a good looking and compact system that's easy to set up and fast to configure, with a no nonsense interface. We've actually been missing the old external antennas; we're not sure letting people fiddle with the positioning is necessarily a good thing, but they look cool.
Excerpt: Hoy vamos a testear otro de los routers de TP-Link, en este caso el Archer C7 , una opción bastante económica para montar una red AC, obteniendo rendimientos cercanos al cable RJ-45 sobre WiFi 802.11ac 3×3 (1300mbps teóricos). Nos situamos en una gama superior al ya analizado Archer C5, con un SoC similar pero pasando de 2 a 3 streams en la parte inalámbrica, con el que ganamos 433mbps teóricos. ¿Qué más se puede pedir?
Pros: RENDIMIENTO MUY BUENO EN DISTANCIAS CORTAS Y MEDIAS, BASTANTE BUENO EN LAS LARGAS, PRECIO MUY AJUSTADO PARA SER UN ROUTER AC, DOBLE BANDA 2.4/5GHZ, SOPORTE PARA DD-WRT…
Cons: …AUNQUE DESGRACIADAMENTE SOLO EN LA REVISIÓN V2, MUY IMPROBABLE INCLUSO EN EL FUTURO EL SOPORTE PARA LA V1, RENDIMIENTO USB2.0 DISCRETO, EL PROCESADOR SE HACE NOTAR AQUI
Summary: Безусловно, для организации наиболее производительной сети 802.11n без привлечения сторонних разработок вроде Broadcom TurboQAM можно рекомендовать TP-LINK TL-WDN4800 как один из лучших адаптеров с интерфейсом PCI Express.
Pros: Отличная производительность в n-диапазоне.
Cons: Нет возможности задействовать 802.11ac с данным адаптером.