Amazon Best Selling Router AC1750 Router Review

TP-LINK Archer C7 AC1750 Dual Band Wireless AC Gigabit Router, 2.4GHz 450Mbps+5Ghz 1300Mbps, 2 USB Port, IPv6, Guest Network
http://amzn.to/1FZA4G4

D-Link 150Mbps 802.11n Wireless LAN USB 2.0 Adapter DWA-130
http://amzn.to/1FZzXdB

TP-LINK TL-PA2010KIT AV200 Nano Powerline Adapter Starter Kit, up to 200Mbps
http://amzn.to/1Raxed2
Edimax EW-7811UAC 11AC Dualband USB Adapter with High Gain Antenna and Free USB Extension Cradle for Better Signal Reception & Transmission
http://amzn.to/1gfCjjy

Wirecutter Article link
http://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-wi-fi-router/

Comments

Drew Francies says:

just what i as looking for thank you

Aasa C says:

thanks for this useful review~

John Lequire says:

Good job on the video. I was debating about buying this router and you sold me. Thanks!

Chris F says:

What site are you using for the speed test?

NemDannys says:

Did you do the speedtest on Lan in this video ? can you do the speedtest on Wifi ? my internet speed is 70Mb/30Mb i was wondering if I can get download speed at 70Mbps via wifi connectivity

Burnsy says:

It’s on sale in Canada this week for $89.99, that’s around $60 American. Definitely jumping on this, thanks for the review! The most expensive out of the routers I’ve seen but they aren’t AC1750 so I’ll definitely pay $20 for better quality!

8KGAMING says:

CAN I USE THIS AS ACCESS POINT ????

jon adaam says:

I’m using the linksys e2500 but it keeps dropping. new firmware upgrade etc. but I got it 2+yrs ago. will this tp link 1750 be better?

Arvin Vernon Rivera says:

thank you for this review, been looking for this bcos it will be almost same setup (2 story house).

TanRRiV TKO says:

Hi, would you be kind enough to tell me the distance of your devices that you used on this video? Like how far was your PC and ur wife’s pc from the router itself? And are you still using it and what is ur impression of it now? Do u still recommend it?
P.S By distance I meant how far were the devices (an estimate like 60 ft in a straight like, or 60 ft from top to bottom).

Chris F says:

Awesome!! Thank you much!! Good video btw.

hifivega says:

Thanks for the video! I plan on purchasing this router to replace my Apple AirPort Extreme Ac router that I have been having issues with.

Psoewish says:

Excellent video, it definitely helped me come to my decision to buy this 🙂

Aaron Davis says:

So I know it has been a while since you posted this but was thinking of buying this and was wondering how it dose with multiple devices going at one time? Like if you and your wife are both on your laptops and your kids also want to use Internet how good dose it work then?

hifivega says:

Thanks for the video! I plan on purchasing this router to replace my Apple AirPort Extreme Ac router that I have been having issues with.

Andre Woods says:

“expensiver”

Arpan Pokhrel says:

I have a question that is.. If my mobile shows 1stick of network in a room then what will be the network stick in tp link router, which is shown in this video

striker1211 says:

Very nice, an actual real world test of this router. I was looking for this.

swirle13isme says:

You were pointing at the highest router, the C8, above the highlighted one, the C7, saying it had a usb 3.0 when it doesn’t. Also, what modem are you using in this video? You said you’re paying for 105Mbps but that 75Mbps is “more than enough” but you’re clearly getting less than you’re paying for. If you have a modem that only has 8 channel downstream, it could be reduced to a lower tier if you’re on Comcast and not getting all your bandwidth, i.e. Arris Surfboard SB6141 vs an Arris Surfboard SB6183. The SB6183 has 16 downstream ports and is required by Comcast for higher than a certain speed, I think 100Mbps, but don’t quote me on that exact speed, to hit the full speed you’re paying for. Basically, as long as you have a good modem, you should be getting what you’re paying for, not ~30Mbps under, which is roughly 33% lower than what they’re selling you.

Iliek Tehbut says:

“Expensiver”? I lolled.

Squalltheff8 says:

I’m still messing with the settings on my router, but do you find that the 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz wifi will stop broadcasting randomly? This is the issue I have been having. I’ve tried to statically set the 2.4Ghz to 20Mhz and set to channel 2, but I am still running in to issues with the wifi not broadcasting.

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