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Pros: - Quality Build (product has good weight to it)
- Non-skid bottom
- Large surface area
- Power adapter included (most sold on new do not include the adapter)
Other Thoughts: I bought two of these for my two son's Nexus 7 FHD 2013 tablets. I plugged them up and laid each tablet on each base and heard the nexus charging sound. What is even more great, I have an AMZER Jelly case on each tablet, but it does not interfere with the wireless charging.
I wish more devices had Qi wireless charging. This charger is awesome and is a buy that I am completely satisfied with. The item does ship from China and takes a bit longer to get. This was expected though.
Pros: - Easy Setup
- Compact design
- Dual wireless channels (2.4 and 5 GHz)
- Single USB port for sharing storage on the network or to network a traditional USB printer for shared printing
- Separate Guest Network for keeping your files and network private from guests
- Network cable included
- On/Off button
Cons: 100Mbit connections. I understand the manufacturer may be pushing the router to be more of a wireless router versus hard wired devices, but I can't believe that a 100Mbit connection is the only option.
Still not sure why manufacturers use mini CD's still. You do not actually have to use the resource CD that is included. However, if you need it, you will need to insure you have a DVD/CD-ROM that has a tray and is not slot loading.
You can access the router by navigating to 192.168.0.1.
default username: admin
default password: password
Other Thoughts: The web interface is nice and is to be expected. It is familiar as much as the bigger network players interfaces are. Set up was a breeze and I had no issues with tweaking and making changes.
The unit is light weight but still has a quality build feel to it. I also feel it has a nice look to it. I feel TP-Link took some time to actually consider the design and look of the device and did a great job.
Speed tests appeared to be as expected and lined up with other routers I have tested. Speed tests were only conducted wirelessly as I didn't feel testing the hard line was necessary.
The range seems to line up with my Netgear router. The 5 GHz bands range is much smaller than the 2.4 GHz but that is normal.
Overall this is a good entry level router for someone looking to expand their network (USB support, Guest Network, etc). TP-Link designs quality products and this one is great, too.
Pros: - Cheap Price
- Works as advertised
- Rubberized bottom with feet
- Power Adapter included
Other Thoughts: First off the fact that this ships from China, stinks but hey, it's cheap. I believe I received mine within 10 days of the order.
I bought two of these units to wirelessly charge both of my little boy's tablets. They both have the ASUS/Google Nexus 7 FHD (2013 model). I have also purchased the AMZER Jelly Cases for both tablets. Even with the cases on, the chargers have no issues recognizing the tablets being placed on top of them. they recognize within a few seconds and begin charging.
The charging bases have a slight deal of weight to them and actually feel like they are quality built. The bottom is rubberized and won't slide much. A power adapter is also included.
I paid roughly $15 for each of these and it was a great investment and I can't wait to see my kid's faces when they open up their tablets and awesome chargers.