Summary: I've installed a few sets of these and wish they were more reliable. They are good for the home, but terrible business solutions. I, however, would never install these in my home. they are just cost-effective for those who want to take a risk, as with most tp-link products.
Pros: The range is as advertised and I easily pushed a throughput of 50Mbps down and 2.5Mbps, which is the speedy client is paying for. The GUI is okay, not horrible by any stretch
Cons: after over 1 year and a harsh -40C winter, I can say that these performed as expected. They are feature reach and dirt cheap. As such, they perform with much less than even 70% reliability. for a business you need 99.9% reliability. The devices forgot their settings, require regular power cycles ...
Summary: This product works as advertised. Easy to setup and mount with included zip-ties and molded in bracket for pole mounting. I think a novice might have some challenges with implementing security and SSID naming since it defaults to no security and does not ask to name the SSID according to other...
Apple iPhone, iPad and iOS device connect problem FINALLY solved, I have high hopes and will update after installation
Bill B in Atlanta, Amazon
18 May 2015
Summary: Setup was a nightmare and just got it to work with iOS devices after 7-8 hours of troubleshooting. I am very strong technically at wireless networks and have setup quite a few. I was quickly able to get PC's to connect to it but iOS devices would not connect.
Works, if you've got the patience! (It's complicated. ;)
J. Pirocanac, Amazon
19 April 2015
Summary: I had to go toe to toe with this thing for a while before I discovered the magic incantation to get it to do what I wanted. I was just about to return it, when I figured it out. Maybe this will help you too! Here's my situation: The wife wants to get WiFi inside our camper.