Released September, 2010
The Pros:No dropped connections while in range, very stable. Good compatibility with the most popular encryption standards. Easy to adjust settings, everything where it is expected to be.
The Cons:Download speed sometimes drops dramatically - after a reboot it get's back to normal. Doesn't automatically detect IP conflicts, need to watch for that if something isn't working.
The TP-Link TL-WA730RE is a wireless network range extender. The design enables the device to connect to an existing wireless network and extend the range, and a bundled utility enables quick connections to routers or AP.
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CCA Technology is used to improve the wireless throughput, and data rates can get as high as 150 Mbps. A full 54 Mbps connection can also be established when linking with legacy 802.11g products, and a throughput monitor enables tracking of how much data is moving through the system. Security is handled through WPA or WPA2 encryption standards.
- 150Mbps wireless data rates
- CCA Technology
- Range Extender Mode
- Full 54Mbps speed when linking with legacy 802.11g products
- WPA/WPA2 encryptions
- Utility connects to routers or AP
- Throughput monitor
- Configuration backup/restore and firmware upgrades
- External detachable antennas
User Reviews (8)
no dropped connections while in range, very stable
good compatibility with the most popular encryption standards
easy to adjust settings, everything where it is expected to be
signal is excellent, reaches through floors and walls
easy to set up, takes about 5 minutes in most cases
allows some in-depth customization options for advanced networkers
download speed sometimes drops dramatically - after a reboot it get's back to normal
doesn't automatically detect IP conflicts, need to watch for that if something isn't working
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