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Pros: The TP-Link Archer C2 AC750 setup was a breeze and comparable to other routers in the TP-Link family. You can configure this router via the web interface or use the included CD (Mini CD). You can install using the Easy Setup Assistant or go into the more advanced settings. Overall the look and feel of this router is nice.
Cons: This router seems to drop connections often. I'm not sure if it is interference as there is really no other WiFi in the area I am testing. It also has a poor range. I would suggest looking for a different model if you want to have a more stable connection or just don't use the WiFi and hard wire your devices.
Other Thoughts: Included in the box is the router, 2 antenna, 1 3' 11 1/2" CAT5.E network cable (measured end to end), 1 AC adapter, a mini CD, Quick install guide, and a GNU public license notice.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Silicon Power 32GB Blaze B05 USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SP032GBUF3B05V1K)
Pros: Cost. The Blaze B05 is pretty much a steal when it is sub 10.00 as is the case at the moment. Read/Write speeds are average but I wouldn't pick this model if I was worried about speed.
Cons: I really don't have any at the moment. Based on price I'm worried about reliability but so far it is working and survived a burn-in test. I will report later if something fails.
Other Thoughts: Included on the drive is the Silicon Power secure backup & security software. I did not install nor test this software.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TP-Link RE590T AC1900 Touch Screen Wi-Fi Range Extender
Pros: The TP-LINK AC1900 Touch Screen Wi-Fi Range Extender could be mistaken as a piece of modern art on your furniture, if it were not for the antennas. It measures 11 1/8” W x 7 ¾” (includes antennas) D x 2” (7 ¾” with antennas up) H. Included in the box is the AC1900, an AC adaptor, a 3’ 11.5” (measured end of connector to end of connector) CAT 5e Ethernet cable, a quick install guide, a technical support pamphlet, and a GNU public license notice.
Setup was a breeze using the touch screen interface. Once the unit has been set up you can pretty much forget about it.
You have the ability to see what devices are connected to your AC1900 and block them if needed, you can customize your LAN, DHCP setup, clock, screen brightness, WPS, and change your admin password from the touch screen interface.
You can also login to the web interface where you have additional options to upgrade the firmware and backup/restore the system settings.
All in all I would recommend this device to home users that want a simple-to-setup range extender.
Cons: Typing on the touchscreen with my big fingers is a bit of a pain and not super responsive. It is also hard to tell if you are typing a capital letter or not.
There is a slight noise that comes from the unit when there is active network activity.
Other Thoughts: As always I will report any issues with this device as I use it more.READ FULL REVIEW