An inexpensive TP-Link router for those wishing to upgrade to 802.11n
Good Gear Guide.au
12 April 2011
Summary: It may only support 802.11n Lite, but TP-Link's TL-WR741ND is a suitable upgrade for anyone still using 802.11g. It can be found for a price between $60-70 online, but if you can afford to spend a few dollars more on an full-blown 802.11n router, you'll get be rewarded with much faster throughput...
Pros: Easy to set up, produced reliable performance in testing, features Wi-Fi Protected Access
Cons: Doesn't have multiple antennas, some parts of the interface unclear, short wireless range
Excerpt: TP-Link's WR741ND router with 150Mbit/s N-Lite wireless networking and 10/100Mbit/s Ethernet is almost obscenely cheap at just £17. At this price, anything vaguely functional would be a bargain, but we were pleasantly surprised by the WR741ND's performance and interface.