Summary: I cannot fathom how a router can drop connections so regularly and still be released to market. This is on both the 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz channels. I used to think it was something else, maybe my ISP, but after swapping out to an old WRT-54G I get a better and more stable connection.
I loved the idea of the increased throughput the dual band ...
Darrell Bodnar, Amazon
14 May 2015
Summary: I planned on upgrading my old Linksys router that I have had for many years. I loved the idea of the increased throughput the dual band offered. This was true. The problem is the signal strength of this device. It is horrible.
Summary: Bought to replace an old Linksys WRT54-GL that had a dodgy power supply. Bad idea. Range was nowhere near the 10 year old WRT. By the time I was 30ft away, signal was down to a bar or two. With the WRT, I can go anywhere in my 6 flat apartment building and get at least that.
This is an worst Router. after setting up I dont see the ...
9 February 2015
Summary: This is an worst Router. after setting up I dont see the Networks either of them 2 or 5 GHZ. I called Customer Care 10 times no one picks up. I dont recommend to buy this product. Its waste of Time
Summary: It's back to the shopping board. Looking for a strong router that is truly a gigabit ethernet and can host a 3 TB hard drive. This just ain't it.
Pros: Price seemed reasonable considering it's so full featured
Cons: Features that seemed so reasonably priced turned out to be non-existent. Nowhere is there any mention of incompatible hard drives (the reason I upgraded). Turns out my 3 TB Seagate is a no go. This, combined with the fact that the 5 GHz signal is almost unobtainable 30 feet across my open along w...
I have had not had 1 good experience with TP-LINK products
jonathan a willis, Amazon
20 October 2014
Summary: I had bought this router after doing some research. It worked well for about a year and then died. Unfortunately in that year I had recommended it to my friend and I recommended another TP-LINK router to my girlfriend which they both bought.
Warning signal strength drops off after 5-8ft and drops by 1/3 when both bands are enabled
Neilson Shepard, Amazon
20 October 2014
Summary: Warning this tp-link n750 router is a low power router. Yes it it high speed but the signal strength is very low. After several feet the signal strength will drop off quickly causing much slower speeds and constant disconnects.
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David C., Newegg
12 October 2014
Summary: I've had the unit since SEP 2013 and finally made time to set it up last month. Checked for updates and everything appeared to be current with no changes. This is my first experience with TP-Link and it's not been a good one.
Pros: Unit might work out of the box for those wishing to use standard firmware. One of the features which lead me to this unit was concurrent radio activity and the ability to install alternate firmware dd-wrt. Price was right, unit looked kool and the specifications would meet my needs for a second d...
Cons: Wireless power sucks [Adam Sam Sam] (apologies for any offense). The unit does not have the ability to transmit a 2.4 more than three to four meters with reliable signal. 5.x is a waste of time. Even with two meter line of site unit will not hold a signal. My Netgear WNDR3700 10 meters and two wa...
DO NOT BUY IT unless you don't care about disconnection.
Todd C, Amazon
11 October 2014
Summary: It works OK at the beginning, but one month after, it started to disconnect frequently. I tried upgrade firmware, tried setup DHCP address release time, tried reboot cable modem and then router, tried factory reset and then setup again, nothing can stop disconnection happen.