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TP-LINK Archer C5 analysis

TP-LINK Archer C5

TP-LINK broadens its connectivity solution catalog with a new router that proposes access to the next generation of Wi-Fi connectivity at a reasonable price. The TP-LINK Archer C5 is presented as an ideal product whit which to take a quality leap from the standard product that is “given” by the operators as it radically improves home connectivity.

The TP-LINK Archer C5 is a discreet design router of compact size with an acceptable material quality for its price. The combination of three 5 dBI external and three internal antennas offer omnidirectional coverage; we will also see the classic array of informative LEDs on the front, a WPS configuration button, wireless connectivity control, two USB 2.0 ports and four Ethernet Gigabit outlets.

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TP-Link presents its new dual-band router AC750 Archer C2

TP-Link has launched its new cordless router, the Gigabit AC750 Archer C2, able to work simultaneously on both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, being compatible, in addition, with the next Internet protocol IPv6 and the standard Wi-Fi 802.11ac that, as we know, is three times faster than the standard N.

TP-Link AC750

The Archer C2 offers a wireless speed of 733 Mbps, divided into 433 Mbps on the 5 GHz band and 300 Mbps on the 2 GHz band, which lets you do intensive, demanding work without a problem—like online games or hi-definition streaming video.

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TP-Link TL introduces its new PLC-PA4020PKIT

TP-Link has introduced its new TL-PA4020PKIT PLC, equipped with two 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports and the HomePlug AV Technology, capable of prividing stable transfer rates of 500 Mbps with a range of 300 meters.

To the above we must add its current integrated filter that allows you to remove any interference from nearby electronic equipment, and optimize performance of communications.

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TP-LINK TL-PA8010, new PLC capable of offering a bandwidth of 1 Gb/s

The PLC have been out for quite a while; these devices can use our home’s electrical wiring to, for example, transmit data without any additional installation. Most models today offer speeds of 300 Mbps, and 500 to 600 Mbps for the fastest models.

The upsides are obvious, but there are also certain downsides like the interference the electricity produces, how dependent they are on the quality of the installation or many other that can affect your device’s speed. TP-LINK has now introduced the TL-PA8010, one of the first PLC capable of offering 1 Gbps of speed.


With these speeds, and even if there are interferences or the common issues of these devices, the speed really makes you consider ditching your Wi-Fi network and instead use your home or office’s electrical wiring. The maximum range of this PLC is about 300 meters. They render the power outlet they’re connected to completely useless, though, something that can be avoided by attaching a female power plug, but this isn’t possible if you have a PA8010.

They will hit the market by the end of March, although its official release price is still unknown.

TP-LINK releases the TD-W8980, an all-in-one router

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TP-LINK a wireless dual-band Gigabit ADSL2+ modem, the TD-W8980, and all-in-one device capable of combining the capacity of a 5GHz band with the traditional 2.4 GHz one, offering a bandwidth of up to 600Mbps.


The users, therefore, can perform tasks that require Little bandwidth simultaneously, like sending emails through the 2.4GHz one, and more demanding tasks like streaming and online gaming in the 5GhZ band.

The TD-W8980 features Gigabit ports so you can access a high-speed internet connection and then share it wirelessly, offering speeds of up to 300Mbps by using one of its four LAN gigabit ports.

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Increase your Wi-Fi network with the new PLCs from TP-LINK

TP-LINK has announced two new PLCs, the TL-WPA4220KIT and the TL-WPA2220KIT, both with Wi-Fi connectivity and designed to increase the range of your connection, no matter if it’s wired or wireless, in your home and office through the existing electrical wiring.

Both kits include two adapters. The smaller is connected to your router and acts as an emitter. The other one acts as receiver and extender and can be set anywhere you need it; you can connect more devices to it thanks to its Ethernet ports. It features Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n so you can connect any mobile device to it and offers speeds of 300 Mbps.


Two speeds for different needs

These two kits have been designed for different needs. The TL-WPA2220KIT offers a speed of 200 Mbps thanks to the PLC technology, enough for a domestic network.

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TP-Link TL-WR710N, a router to take with you

Routers and network-related products are going through a golden age, even with the difficult times we live in. Manufacturers like TP-Link keep innovating with products like the one we’ll review today, a small and portable router capable of setting up a wireless network almost anywhere.

The new TP-Link TL-WR710N is a small and light device (85 x 75 x 28 millimeters) that can fit anywhere, designed to work simply by connecting it to a power outlet. It can work as a router thanks to its Ethernet ports, but it’s also an excellent Wi-Fi repeater, can be used with a smart TV or game console and can also work as an access point.

TP-Link TL-WR710N

With its USB 2.0 port, you can connect to it all kinds of USB drives to share your files with any computer connected to the network. It can also work as a very useful charger for mobile devices; it supports the Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n standard, works with the 2.4 GHz band and offers a maximum speed of 150 Mbps.

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Review TP-Link AV200 Nano, small but deadly

TP-LINK is one of the most important brands in the market of networks and connectivity. It became known in 2005 all over the world, despite being founded back in 1996 in China.

It’s one of the most important manufacturers, present in more than 100 countries all over the planet thanks to its supreme quality and innovation policies. They’re known for their Routers, Switches, PLCs, IP cameras and printer servers.


Today we will review the AV200 Nano, a PLC from TP-LINK. It’s been three weeks since our last review and we wanted to review something fresh and different.

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TP-Link Archer T4U AC1200: USB Wi-Fi Adapter with the 802.11ac standard

The Chinese manufacturer TP-Link will soon release their new USB Wi-Fi adapter compatible with the 802.11ac standard to take full advantage of their high-end router, the Archer C7. This new model is called TP-Link Archer T4U, an as you can see, TP-Link has changed the name of the series of their 802.11ac-compatible devices; they now go by the name “Archer”.

This high-end wireless adapter is capable of reaching speeds of up to 300Mbps in a 2.4GHz bandwidth thanks to its two MIMO 2T2R antennas. Also, in the 5GHz bandwidth, with a Wi-Fi N-compatible router you can get speeds of up to 300Mbps, and a Wi-Fi AC router will reach up to 867Mbps thanks to its two internal antennas. This is, therefore, an AC1200 adapter.


With such impressive wireless performance, you’ll be capable of streaming high-quality HD video without any kind of lag.

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TP-Link TL-WR841HP: Powerful Wi-Fi N router and a 5dBi antenna

TP-Link will soon release a very powerful neutral Wi-Fi N router. The new model from this Chinese company is the TP-Link TL-WR841HP, ideal for those who need long range Wi-Fi. The main feature of this new model is its two 5dBi antennas, which translates into a Wi-Fi range that’s four times greater than a normal router’s.

The main wireless feature of this router is the Wi-Fi N connectivity, capable of reaching speeds of up to 300Mbps in the 2.4GHz bandwidth thanks to its two MIMO 2T2R external antennas with a gain of 5dBi.

Thanks to these antennas, we can get up to twice as much speed if you’re too far away from the access point and you can stream your HD videos from anywhere, although it is recommended that you use a Wi-Fi card to fully take advantage of this router’s capabilities.


The router also features 4 Fast-Ethernet LAN ports and one Fast-Ethernet WAN port. It lacks, however, USB ports to locally share printers and files.


Another feature of this router is the WPS button to easily and quickly synchronize the router with Wi-Fi clients, as long as they also support WPS connectivity.

A CD with an installation wizard is included; the included drivers and programs will let you customize the setting to suit all your needs.