Summary: I bought this for the sole purpose of extending my Wi-Fi signal to dead zones in my house. It works! However, do not attempt to read the Quick Setup guide. The mini-CD is even worse. If you want to quickly setup the TL-WR700N in REPEATER MODE, just simply visit their website: [...] I got it to work in just 10 minutes after reading that article from their website. I wonder why they can't just put those instructions in the box.
Summary: I show more of the product in the video, but the TP-Link TL-WR700N is the perfect travel companion for anyone. The the power plug built into the unit and one single ethernet port on the side, there is no confusion on how it works. A status indicator on the side tells you that it is operational and connected. Plus the included ethernet cord allows you to get started right away.
Summary: Pros: Compact / Easy to make changes if needed but if not just plug it in enter the password and your on. Cons: Running over 100 units in a hotel environment and find that some of the units have to be reset. May not be design to be used 24/7.
Summary: Good product with only one minus. It has chinese menu without the ability to install english language. In any other case is value for money. Im using it when i travel and im in a room without wireless network.
great traveling router/repeater for the price - nice style
28 December 2012
Summary: I purchased this product to use as a way to broadcast my wired ethernet cabled internet to wireless for my tablet device. It works as described and quite intuitive setup and get online from device. The network name and password is written on a sticker on the device and worked right out of the box with minimal hassle. If you want to customize it more, then more time and effort will be needed.
Summary: Did not come with instructions beyond the basic Access Point setup. I wanted to use as a repeater/bridge, so I had to go online to get the instructions. Even then, the instructions were not completely clear, though not bad either. Took me about an hour to do everything. Once set up, this baby rocks. Took me from 2 bars to 5 bars. Easy to move about the house or take with me on the road.
Great as an Access Point Right Out of the Box, but...
28 August 2012
Summary: If all you want is a portable AP (Wifi Access Point) and don't want to change any of the defaults like SSID or Password and do not need a full 300 - 500 MBPS bandwidth, this is the device for you. Just pull it out of the box, cable it to a router port (like the LAN cable in Hotel Rooms) and you are ready to pair your devices. However if you want anything more, read on. First to be clear, what is the difference between an Access Point and a Router?