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Tp-link-tl-mr3020.33282856
9.2 out of 10

TP-link TL-MR3020

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Overall 8
8.0
Value for money 10
10

User Review

Jaxel, Walmart
1 week ago
  • Summary: Great product. Plug it in, select the voltage, and it works. The only drawback is that you will probably have to build your own power cable interface from the splitter to the device you want to power. It comes with a power cable, but it only has one plug format for both ends. Their end fits their splitter, but the other end may or more likely may not fit your device.
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Overall 2
2.0
Value for money 2
2.0

User Review

FLHL, Walmart
11 January 2014
  • Summary: Getting a wireless Ethernet adapter is better. No need to buy additional Ethernet cables.
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Overall 10
10

Works Great with Verizon USB760 [Novatel 3G EVDO] and UML295 [Pantech 4G LTE]

Tim C., Newegg
31 August 2013
  • Pros: Worked reliably with my old Verizon USB760 and, now that I have upgraded, it seems to work reliably with my new UML295 for 4G, too.
  • Cons: No obvious cons relative to specifications and its intended applications. Would love to see shell access to the underlying OS and built-in OpenVPN TUN client, but those are rare features for any router in this class, even ones costing a few hundred dollars.
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Overall 6
6.0
Value for money 6
6.0

User Review

No56, Walmart
27 August 2013
  • Summary: Never connected to 3G 4G or any G. Quickly returned it.
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Overall 8
8.0

good router but no dice w/ U600

Rick B., Newegg
11 August 2013
  • Pros: The factory firmware is good. Works fine with DD-Wrt. It would work fine as a wireless access point, repeater, or "WISP" router. The Hotspot System feature in DD-Wrt works with this router. Can be powered from a USB port. Patch cable included.
  • Cons: The hardware compatibility list says that this router is compatible with the Sprint / Franklin U600. I have a U600 from Virgin (which uses Sprint's network). I was unable to get the router to work with this modem, either under the factory firmware or DD-Wrt. I searched the net extensively, posted to the manufacturer's support forum, and emailed tech support. No joy. But I'm not upset; it turns out I didn't really need this router because the place I was visiting had a...
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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

RR, NCIX.com
10 August 2013
  • Summary: Wish the plug was a normal microUSB and that it had a bit more flash space, but this is a cheap router for small OpenWRT projects.
  • Pros: - Small, simple and cheap, - Perfect for OpenWRT / Librarybox projects
  • Cons: - Plug is mini-USB rather than microUSB like WR703n
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Overall 10
10

User Review

Bradley_A, NCIX.com
14 March 2013
  • Summary: Overall this is a very good product. The features for such a small device is excellent and at this price you really cant go wrong. The range is a little lacking, but that's to be expected since there is no external antenna. Would recommend this for anyone needing a router on the go.
  • Pros: size, ease of use
  • Cons: range
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Overall 8
8.0
Value for money 8
8.0

User Review

an anonymous customer, Walmart
18 January 2013
  • Summary: This is a good device as a wireless router. I have a Verizon Pantech 4G LTE Modem and it connects up with no difficulty. The only issue is wireless coverage is basically limited to one room. I would recommend device.
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Overall 10
10

Excellent & Tiny

Ronald R., Newegg
1 October 2012
  • Summary: 4M flash is just sufficient.
  • Pros: Runs OpenWrt Attitude Adjustment TRUNK, see openwrt.org for details.
  • Cons: Probably has fairly low range due to internal antenna.
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Overall 10
10

Does the job

James N., Newegg
1 October 2012
  • Pros: Recently used this tiny router in Europe for two weeks. Excellent size for travel warriors. TP-Link provides excellent support for 3G/4G modems. Just look-up the country you are visiting and their website shows you the service provider and USB modem model supported. Bought a 3G USB modem in Moscow for 35 dollars plus a month of Internet access. The device works as advertised. The web interface is easy to use. Works with 110 and 220 power. Just make sure you get the ri...
  • Cons: None
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