Summary: I bought this router to use as a remote interface for my Canon 60D camera. With a bit of geeky tweaking, it works perfectly. This $35 router replaced a $300 dedicated router based upon the same platform. It works just the way it is supposed to.
If I didn't know better, I would have thought this was an Apple ...
Gadgetman "Gadgetman", Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: When I received this product I was impressed by the quality of the packaging. If I didn't know better, I would have thought this was an Apple product. It hooked up and worked great right out of the box. Based on the quality of the packaging, I would buy more TP-Link products because if they put this much thought into their packaging, their products must be designed well too.
Nikon D800 solution for Wireless Control for $39....!!!
J Sual, Amazon
17 November 2014
Summary: As I was searching for cheaper solution than CamRanger ($300) for my D800, I found this TPlink, which look similar to what CamRanger used. After searching on Google, find this increadible free software called dslrdashboard. I only need to flash the firmware avaiable free from their website. Download the free app from Google play, and using my Samsung Galaxy S5, it works perfectly. Both Photo and Video Function is available.
Summary: I love this little device. I keep it in my backpack with my other travel gear, and it's perfect for any quick network setup you need. I use it on a plane to connect to the in-flight WiFi. It will then rebroadcast its own WiFi for me to connect all of my devices to. I also use it when I just need a quick WiFi AP. I have not used a 3G dongle with it yet, because at that point I just tether to my phone, but I assume that it works correctly. My only real complaint is the UI.
Shoddy constrution and 1 major defect holds it back, but otherwise a decent "swiss army" type netwokring device for travel.
13 September 2014
Summary: I use this for travel exclusively and I've now used it for almost half a year on around 2 dozen trips. I bought this in the hopes of having a "swiss army" type portable device for traveling. Overall its a solid device and does what I was hoping it would. All the modes work, if not all as it should (see about WISP below). I bought a Huawei USB mobile data modem off of the compatible list on TP Link's website and that does work well.
can't be used while its battery is charging... really annoying
Pierre A., Amazon
3 September 2014
Summary: I have been using this product for a month now, it really fits my needs in the beginning. it can give you 3 to 4 hours connected on battery, but if i plug it on a wall outlet a red light start blinking and the battery won't charge.