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.
Summary: Purchased to work with Verizon 4G USB modem. This unit had relatively quick setup for wifi with cable router (plug and play). However, it took several hours and many system reboots to configure network password (attempted on Mac, Windows XP, and Windows 7 systems).
Summary: The product designers at TP-Link seem to have completely missed the point of giving a router a battery, _Mobility_. The lack of thought put into this device other than adding a battery is painfully obvious in the firmware and how the device behaves, WISP mode in particular.
Pros: On paper it looks like it should be amazing but falls short of it's full potential. + Battery (user replaceable) + Battery can be re-charged with a standard Micro-USB cable + USB port + Ethernet port + Physical mode switch + Allows for re-configuration of ethernet port as WAN if no 3G/4G and vice...
Cons: Disclaimer: I do not have access to a true 3G/4G usb stick so as part of my testing I connected a couple EDGE data capable Motorola feature phones that I have used to tether in the past using Dial-Up Networking in windows. Only one was partially detected and even then only the signal strength sho...
Summary: Please note this review is for the TP Link MR-3040 Portable Battery Operated Router. Amazon lists this product several different ways which makes it quite confusing. _____________________________ I was a bit apprehensive about purchasing this product because of the absence of user reviews.
The product I received has obviously already been used, ...
J. Thomas, Amazon
15 February 2015
Summary: The product I received has obviously already been used, and I think it's not correct when you think you buy something new. Cover is already scratched and there were fingerprints on the battery
Summary: Seller has shipped October 2013 manufacturing router which needed firmware update. Once I reset router to factory setting it requires firmware update again to . 1. Seller should not old stocks. 2. TP-Link support is not acceptable.