TP-Link AC750 Wireless Wi-Fi Travel Router (TL-WR902AC)
- 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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Combined wireless speeds up to 300Mbps over 2.4GHz and 433Mbps over 5GHz. Provides a data transfer rate 3 times faster than 802.11n for each stream.
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.
A multifunctional USB port allows you to share files and media through your internet browser with different computers.
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The average of 5 download speed test for using the device and not using were exactly the same speed. And I mean exactly the same speed!
Not the most scientific of tests as your speed can vary widely during the course of day. But my testing was enough to show me that this device just didn't help me. Plus, over the few weeks I have owned this unit, I really didn't notice any difference in my Internet speed. Of course, it may vary for for others.
Aside from the interface, the AC750 supports dualband 2.4GHz and 5GHz simultaneously. Unlike the RAVPower FileHub which drops to 2.4GHz only if the ethernet port is used.
Also, despite the specs stating needing a USB 5V 2A power source, it can be powered with 1A (and meanwhile, the smaller brother TL-WR802N can be powered with only 500mA). Overall, the TP-Link delivers as promised.
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It is also frustrating when you log into a new WiFi (with password or not), the router kicks you out and requires you to re-connect right away. If you don't have "auto-connect" selected on your device, then the WiFi settings don't always get applied and needs to be re-entered. The best thing would be if I could set the router to automatically re-connect to WiFi networks it previously has been connected to with saved login credentials. However, since I have this device plugged in all the time in my car, even when I don't have internet access, my phone will always want to auto-connect. So I'm constantly turning auto-connect off and on, whenever I want to connect the router to a new WiFi, or when I don't have it connected to anything. The easiest solution would be to install an in-line switch to turn the router on only when I need it.
Highly recommended! I bought another model up from this one for traveling. Haven't used it yet but I'm confident itll work great for what I need it for.
I'm docking half a star because I ran into an issue with wifi dropping due to it not liking the SSID for some reason. So if you get a bunch of "DHCPS:Lease host name not found" errors in the system logs, try changing your SSID to what it was originally. I am also docking half a star because TP-Link does not seem to be supporting this device. There hasn't been a firmware update since 2016. As soon as I get home and am not in immediate need for this router, I will flash DD-WRT on it. I would advise you to do the same if you have the skills.
Also, as another commenter pointed out, disable WPS.