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TP-Link AC750 Wireless Wi-Fi Travel Router (TL-WR902AC)

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Connectivity technology Wi-Fi
Brand TPLINK
Frequency band class Dual-Band
Operating System RouterOS
Wireless Type 801.11ac

About this item

  • TP-Link - World's No. 1 Provider of WLAN Products within last 6 years
  • Travel-Sized Design – Conveniently small and light to pack and take on the road, creating Wi-Fi network via Ethernet 3G/4G USB modem or WISP
  • Dual Band AC750 Wi-Fi – Strong, fast connection for HD streaming on all your devices
  • One Switch for Multiple Modes – Perfect for Wi-Fi at home, your hotel room or on the road
  • Flexible Power – Micro USB port to an adapter, portable charger or laptop
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With the travel-sized and compact design, TL-WR902AC is small enough to put into your pocket and make sure you can have internet access wherever you go. The mini USB power supply and built-in adapter make it perfect for travellers, students, and anyone else living life on the go. Coming with the next generation Wi-Fi standard – 802.11ac, 3 times faster than wireless N speeds, TL-WR902AC delivers a combined wireless data transfer rate of up to 733Mbps, making it an ideal choice for various applications simultaneously. To meet the wireless needs of almost any situation you might encounter, the TL-WR902AC features Router, Hotspot, Range Extender, Client, and Access Point Modes.


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alvino
5.0 out of 5 stars Does exactly what I want it to do.
Reviewed in Canada on 27 February 2020
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Marc
3.0 out of 5 stars This is Version 1 of the router, not V3. Very old firmware.
Reviewed in Canada on 1 July 2018
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ba_doh
4.0 out of 5 stars This review is about the TP-WR902AC Travel Router (Do not confuse with other routers here)
Reviewed in India on 16 November 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars This review is about the TP-WR902AC Travel Router (Do not confuse with other routers here)
Reviewed in India on 16 November 2020
First of all - please get this fact right. The seller has placed multiple routers in a single ad. The Star ratings that you see is an aggregate of all the routers. Therefore, let me first clarify that this review is about the TP-WR902AC Travel Router. Seller has put so many routers on the same page either inadvertently - or deliberately. Either way, it misleads customers.

When you start to set up the router, it asks whether you want to configure this as a "3G/4G Router" or as a "Wireless Router". One of my uploaded images clearly shows "3G/4G USB" written beside the USB port. If you are seeing Q&A to understand this router, you will have seen some answers saying that there is no USB port. If you have been to the Q&A section, I am sure you are as confused as I was.

Not only does this router have a USB port - the port serves a dual purpose.
* In 3G/4G mode, this is where you connect the dongle
* In Wireless Router mode, this accepts an external USB which can be accessed by your devices with proper configuration. I have added a screenshot for this too - showing my external USB disk partitions as sda1 and sda2

Configuration is easy - my son (12th std) got to work on a router for the first time and he did it in minutes. Both 5 GHz and 2.4GHz WiFi working excellently (Yes - you will have two WiFi signals from this one, as the AC suffix suggests)

If you configure this as a repeater, you will experience loss of speed (as with ALL repeaters - something which I explained in my review of the Netgear EX3110 extender ... search for ASIN: "B07B1B2CZT"). However, in my case I pulled a LAN cable from my main router to this one. This makes it simple to connect - just select "dynamic IP" and your router is connected. I get ISP speed and hence happy about it.

Just beside the ethernet connector, there is a switch to select whether you want to share ethernet, share a hotspot or create an Access Point.

Signals are very strong (as expected, the 2.4GHz gives higher range while 5GHz gives better Signal-Noise ratio). The 2.4 GHz is reaching a third room about 20 feet away - penetrating two walls. So yes - the signal is good.

Three dampeners why I gave one star less:
1. Cable is just about 1 foot long (see image). Now *that* is cost cutting. I had to use an extension board to be able to place it on the table. Plug point is just about a metre higher. Wonder how much profit TP Link is making by saving the cable length !!
2. The MiniUSB charging port is a bit inside - therefore every miniUSB charging cable may not be suitable (it will keep falling off). To get a proper one, you need to see and compare the sizes to buy the longest (This one needs an additional 1mm to fit properly). This is not the only device with this issue - and there are many cables easily available - only you need to physically search for it. Online purchases may not work.
3. This does *NOT* accept third party software. dd-wrt definitely is incompatilbe. OpenWRT includes this under their compatible routers list, but their forum says they lose the 5GHz band. Also - no clarity whether OpenWRT will support the 3G/4G mode. However, the OEM firmware is great in itself offer many options to use. So I suggest you stick to it.

The hardware version I got was TL-WR902AC v3 00000001 which probably uses a Mediatek card. The preloaded firmware was 0.9.1 0.2 v008a.0 Build 191209 Rel.57116n(5553). When I tried to upgrade from the India site, it said incompatible firmware and when I googled more to realize that this is probably a US firmware. I tried to upgrade to the US firmware and was told that the router already already the latest, so no changes made here.

SUMMARY
Pros: Ethernet input, Dual-purpose USB, 3G/4G support and rock solid dual-band signals in a pocket-sized package costing less than ₹ 2000 ... I guess that speaks volumes to help you decide.
Cons: Short power cable (1 foot) and no compatibility with dd-wrt or OpenWRT made me reduce one star.

I felt that this is truly what it claims to be - a powerful travel router with 3G/4G mode available.
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DNCanada
5.0 out of 5 stars 2.4 and 5.0 Ghz make the difference.
Reviewed in Canada on 14 April 2019
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twistytravster
4.0 out of 5 stars Being used with a Chromecast/Miracast. Works excellent, but gets very hot.
Reviewed in Canada on 21 June 2018
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