Summary: Tiny router! Way smaller than it appears in pic. Seems to run cool and fast enough. I have one LAN port going to a Netgear wireless router. I have 2 computers, a voip phone, 3 blue-rays, and 2 cell phones running through it (not all at the same time.
Summary: If you want a basic, cheap router and are not a power user, this will do just fine. I am not that, however. I was just looking for the cheap aspect.
Pros: Cheap, does basic routing well
Cons: Ping drops. If you do a ping test on it from a popular testing website, it will drop 1-2 of the 200 pings. Have gone round and round with TP-Link on this one, and it's the router. Problem seems to come up sometimes when loading sites. If you hit a page request at just the wrong time, the page loa...
Summary: I plugged it in, plugged in my cables, turned on the power, and everything worked, perfectly. The little guide book is fair, the micro CD, OK. Since my computers and other peripherals all were "seen," I did not have to configure anything at all. This was a five minute set up, for me.