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TP-Link AC1900 Touch Screen Wi-Fi Gigabit Router

Seamlessly stream 4K HD video and game online with the Touch P5's lightning-fast AC1900 Wi-Fi. Set up your network right on the dual band router's intuitive touchscreen display, eliminating the need for a separate PC, tablet, or smartphone. The Touch P5 includes apps for easily adding or removing devices from your network, modifying parental controls, and changing guest access privileges. Its three external antennas use high-powered amplifiers and Beam forming technology to provide superior coverage and reliability. Frequency Range: 2.4GHz and 5GHz Band; Interface Available: 4 x 10/100/1000Mbps LAN Ports , 1 10/100/1000Mbps WAN Port, 1 USB 3.0 Port + 1 USB 2.0 Port; Protocols Supported: Supports IPv4 and IPv6; System Requirement: Microsoft Windows 98SE NT 2000 XP Vista or Windows 7 8 8.1 10, Mac OS NetWare UNIX or Linux, Internet Explorer 11 Firefox 12.0 Chrome 20.0 Safari 4.0 or other Java-enabled browser, Cable or DSL Modem, Subscription with an Internet Service Provider (for Internet access)Windows 8 MAC OS NetWare UNIX or Linux; Wireless Standards: IEEE 802.11ac/n/a 5GHz, IEEE 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz + 256QAM

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Consider me "mind blown". I setup the range extender in my house on the 2nd level to support my sons PC, he was having lag issues on minecraft. I wasn't expecting to much from this item, just hoping to boost the signal in the 1500 square foot house from the main floor to the second floor. To my surprise not only did the TP-Link boost the signal to the 2nd floor as desired but it also increased my signal strength in the basement on my primary PC. Now, when I say increased I mean INCREASED!!!!, talking going from 3mbs to 44mbs (download speeds). This was a huge surprise to me and I am ecstatic about this product. I would recommend this item to anyone who has a weak signal from their primary router. Never thought I would get more from a range extender then I do my wireless router. Great product. Pictures/video to come confirming speeds.

After I read all reviews I decided to give try to this wifi extender . Was super easy to I install just plugged waif few mins to load go on ur pc to login w password Admin /Admin then follow the steps . I located my extender on 2nd floor where my wifi signal were weak and after I'm using it upstairs I don't issues my wifi signal improved to were now I can stream my shows on Netflix and channels and also my wife can work from home and use her laptop work that requires high speed internet connection . I gave this product 5 stars cuz it works .

All I can say is WOW! I live in up in the hills of Kentucky in a Holler so my other houses our not right next door they are a good 1/10 of a mile away at least. My father lives under me and he uses my internet connection on wifi and he does not get a good connection maybe 1-2 bars. So when he got an amazon fire tv which we use for Playstation Vue, Netflix, and Hulu he would be able to watch but it would stop here and there because of the low signal strength. We decided to try this out and see if it would solve the problem and it did not only could I see my modem at full strength but I could see three other modems two of them at full strength and one at 60-80% went up and down. To let you know one house close to me is 1/10 a mile the one that is farthest is 1/4 a mile and at 1/4 a mile I still got a 60-80% signal from them. If you want to extend your range I would recommend this product it is amazing.

A snap to set up and works great. For dual band, do the simple WPS routine twice. First time pairs 2.4 band and second time pairs the 5.0 band. I like the separate 2.4 and 5.0 indicator lights that let you know they are working and placement is good. Extended my range a couple of rooms and out to the back patio where I can enjoy sitting outside with my tablet.

A great wifi extender that did exactly as it said it would, Expand my network! It's great! I highly recommend it for anyone that has connection problems in certain areas of there home. I'm actually going to buy another now that I think about it lol.

As my room is the only dead spot in the house, I hated having to use my data on my phone 90% of the time. This really made a difference!

After many failed attempts at a DIY range extender with DD-WRT, I decided to pick one of these up. I figured for the price, it would be worth having a "Wife approved" solution. This was by far the easiest extender setup I've ever experienced. I've become quite a fan of TP-Link. There's really not too much to this thing once you get it setup the first time. After that, it just works. I've had months of up-time, and by the time you would have a problem, you've probably power-cycled due to your crappy ISP anyway.
I believe there is one model below this one, but I purchased this one because it best matched the specifications of my router, the TP-Link TL-WDR4300.
One of my favorite features is the ethernet port on the bottom of the unit. What a brilliant idea. I didn't think I would use it, but now that I have it, I use it constantly. I have this down by my TV connected to a switch to bring Internet to my Blu-Ray, XBox, and MythTV DVR. I highly recommend this product if you're in a situation like mine.

My onboard LAN is crap, and I need one wired connection for potential network troubleshooting purposes, so I wanted an inexpensive PCIe card. Nothing fancy, just a plain old wired connection. I installed this card and booted to Ubuntu, which picked up the card and connected fine. Then, I booted to Win7 to check that, but it needed a driver. I put the minidisc that came with the card in the drive, expecting to see the installation for some useless and entirely unnecessary "connection manager" software, but I was wrong...lo and behold, there was a beautiful little INF! I installed the driver and the card works great. It's been a long, long time since I've come across a piece of hardware that came with *just* the driver I need to make it work. No crappy software that I refuse to install because it's not necessary, it sucks resources I could better use for something else and pisses me off because it plops itself into startup without being invited. No digging the driver out of said crappy software install file because I refuse to actually install it. Just. The. Driver. I was practically moved to tears.

A great product - beautifully packaged, easy to set and works so well to extend my Wi-Fi to other rooms of the house. Thanks for making such a good product.

I bought this to replace an older TP-Link that was beginning to occasionally drop it's connection to my router. Before getting this one I tried 2 Net Gears that got better reviews than this one. Neither of the Net Gears would hold the connection to my router and they were not easy to set up. The directions were somewhat worthless. I had to read through the reviews on Amazon in order to find instructions that actually worked. I was really disappointed that after struggling to set up the Net Gears they didn't work for me. I sent them back and decided to try this one. The instructions are clear and they work. I had the TP-Link up and going is just a few minutes. The connection to my router, which is located at the other end of my house, is steady and strong. My Roku is "happy", my laptop is "happy", and most of all I am happy that everything is properly connected to the net.

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Upgrades networks to 802.11ac, the latest, most powerful Wi-Fi technology Blazing Wi-Fi over 5GHz (1300Mbps) and 2.4GHz (600Mbps) bands for lag-free 4K HD video streaming and online gaming Intuitive touchscreen display for easy setup and network management 1GHz dual-core processor handles multiple
<ul> <li>Game and Stream with AC1900 Speed - Stream 4K HD video and game online without lag over dual 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands</li> <li>Intuitive Touchscreen Display - Effortlessly set up and manage your network settings</li> <li>Superior Coverage - Maximizes Wi-Fi