Great router for travel, strong signal, and reliable. Have used on multiple overseas trips.
D. Fox, Amazon
23 January 2015
Summary: This is a great router for travel. Recently I have been traveling for work overseas. I purchased this to be able to run all my devices of a signal access point. One reason why I purchased this was some countries require a separate log-in for each device, this allows me to use just one log-in for all...
Summary: Works exactly as expected. WIFI at work work would not reach my desk but we have ethernet. I hooked up device and had a nice wifi signal for my phone. Signal is not real strong but works fine for what I need.
Summary: Use the TP-Link to connect my Slingbox SOLO that is on the bottom floor of our 3-story house to our wireless home network. It always works when I need it and speeds are steady enough to watch HD content.
Pros: Compact, easy to use, versatile, reliable connection, very affordable
Summary: will take it on vacation and use it as a repeater in a hotel
Pros: bought this to use as an access point. wanted to reduce the wifi radiation going through the house from the wifi router. don't need ubiquitous coverage inside. easy to set up with an ethernet cable and laptop. tiny. energy efficient. slim ethernet cable and usb power plug included.
Summary: After opening, I can appreciate why its labelled 'Travel'. This router is small. It comes packaged with a foam protective border that I will reuse when traveling. This is a hassle free router, i plug it it and it works, the longest part of the setup was entering the password on my phone, thats how...
Summary: I installed the router in Client mode with my WDTV Plus to replace the USB Wifi adapter. It is getting hard to find USB Wifi adapters that are compatible with older WDTV's. This connects to the WDTV via it's wired network port.
Summary: I still have three being used to connect wired-only devices to a wireless network. After some configuration problems, they do seem to work okay for that purpose.
Pros: Client mode works flawlessly, making them great for connecting wired-only devices to a wireless network
Cons: Repeater mode simply does not work. It seems fine after you set it up, but anywhere from an hour to a day later, it dies, and it generally brings down the entire wireless network. Looking on TP-Links's support forums, repeater mode failing to work has been a known issue for nearly two years. Sayi...