Great access point for the price. I was pleasantly surprised.
Brandon Meyer, Amazon
28 November 2014
Summary: I bought this so my daughter can do a science experiment with parabola to show if it increases signal strength. This little thing did so good by itself I am putting it out in my garage to extend my network out there. Its great, I can't complain and I was pleasantly surprised at how good the quality was. The setup was easy, not sure why other people had problems.
Easy to Configure, Extremely Responsive and Very Affordable
13 November 2014
Summary: I was looking for a device to connect my Ethernet only device to my wifi access point. After the great reviews and very affordable price, I decided to jump on this. And I couldn’t be happier. Honestly, I was never a TP-LINK fan. I had tried a different device prior to this one and this one’s interface is so much more responsive.
Summary: Device worked fine for a couple of days but it is now constantly dropping connections. I have to connect/reconnect my devices in order to get an internet connection. When it is working it puts out a great signal but I can't have it constantly losing connectivity. Looks like I will be packing this up and returning it.
Perfect wireless client for a 1 device ethernet connection with already set-up wireless AP.
Brittany D, Amazon
2 September 2014
Summary: Super easy to set up! I am using it as a wired client for our already set up wireless router. All I needed to do was select "client" for the setup type, find our original router's MAC address which was easy with the look-up feature in the setup. Just type in your wireless AP name and click the button just below that (may be labled Look Up or Find) and it shows the wireless networks that this device sees (in my area there are many, more than my Mac can see actually) and I...
TP-LINK TL-WA701ND Wireless N150 Access Point, 2.4Ghz 150Mbps
Raymond Pasco, Amazon
3 August 2014
Summary: Works very well for the past week. I'll try to remember to update this review after a few months. I'm using it as a client for connecting multiple wired devices via an attached Ethernet hub. Had much difficulty setting it up, mostly because I didn't know the differences between access points, clients and bridges. The GUI's descriptions of the 4 modes are well written, but the Client Mode implies that only 1 wired device can be hooked up. A switch may be used.
Summary: What you want is something that's fairly easy to setup and works and keep working afterwards. That was my experience with the TP-Link TL-WA701ND. I had tried another brand and on occasions it would lock-up, needs to be rebooted etc., but not so with this unit. After going through the simple setup, it has been working since for a few months now. I have had other TP-Link products before and for the most part, they have proven to be very reliable. Will recommend.