Appearance This is quite possibly the most ridiculous looking router I’ve ever seen. I work in the enterprise IT field, so my perception of what a router should look like is often askew with what consumers might think is normal. Even taking into account the current trend of taking high end equipment and making it… Continue reading Review: TP-Link Archer C5400X
Get rid of those unsightly network cables I’m still dreaming of a day when I’ll be able to cable out my home properly, so that every network-able device connects directly to a network outlet. I’ve nothing against WiFi, or Homeplug devices, I just know that the best possible connection would be a copper CAT5e cable… Continue reading REVIEW: TP-LINK TL-WA890EA ENTERTAINMENT ADAPTER
Business man’s best friend A while back I reviewed the awesome TL-WR702 Nano Router from TP-Link. The guys at TP-Link must have liked what I wrote because now I’ve been sent the similarly named TL-WR710N to take a look at it.
Super speedy, but a little buggy Like many, I’ve not bothered to source my own router since switching to Virgin’s fibre broadband service, even though the Netgear “SuperHub” that’s provided by Virgin is possibly one of the worst equipped routers ever made. Seriously, that thing is terrible, I live in a one bedroom flat and… Continue reading REVIEW: TP-LINK TL-WDR3600 DUAL BAND ROUTER
Every home should have one Sometimes I look at a product and think “that’s cool”. Other times I look at it and think “that’ pretty useful”. Rarely do I find a product that ticks both boxes. Today’s a happy day though because the TL-WR702N is one such product. In simple terms it’s essentially an ultra-portable… Continue reading REVIEW: TP-LINK TL-WR702N NANO ROUTER