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TP Link Archer A7 AC1750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router

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TP Link Archer A7 is a fast 802.11 ac router with simultaneous dual band Wi-Fi. The 5 GHz band reaches 1300 Mbps which is ideal for bandwidth intensive tasks such as online gaming or HD videos streaming while simple tasks as if sending emails or web browsing can be dealt with by the 2.4 GHz band.

TP Link Archer A7 Router Feature:

Supports 802.11 ac standard – 3 times faster than wireless N speeds
Simultaneous 2.4 GHz 450 Mbps and 5GHz 1300 Mbps links for 1.75 Gbps of total available bandwidth
USB Port – easily shares files & media with networked devices or remotely through FTP server
Guest Network Access – offers secure Wi-Fi access for guests sharing your home or office network
Easy setup and control with Tether App

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TP Link Archer A7 Router Spec:

Standards Wi-Fi 5
IEEE 802.11ac/n/a 5 GHz
IEEE 802.11n/b/g 2.4 GHz
WiFi Speeds AC1750
5 GHz: 1300 Mbps (802.11ac)
2.4 GHz: 450 Mbps (802.11n)
WiFi Range 3 Bedroom Houses
3× Fixed High-Performance Antennas
Multiple antennas form a signal-boosting array to cover more directions and large areas
WiFi Capacity Medium
Dual-Band
Allocate devices to different bands for optimal performance
Processor Qualcomm CPU
Ethernet Ports 1× Gigabit WAN Port
4× Gigabit LAN Ports
WiFi Encryption WPA
WPA2
WPA/WPA2-Enterprise (802.1x)
Guest Network 1× 5 GHz Guest Network
1× 2.4 GHz Guest Network
Package Contents Wi-Fi Router Archer A7
Power Adapter
RJ45 Ethernet Cable
Quick Installation Guide
WiFi Transmission Power CE:
<20dBm(2.4GHz)
<23dBm(5GHz)
FCC:
<30dBm

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TP Link Archer A7 Router Review:

Using several of the latest speed-boosting techniques, such as advanced beamforming and IPTV streaming, the TP Link Archer A7 balances price and performance. Using Ixia’s ixChariot software at our Utah test facility to simulate a busy network, the router was a step behind the best, but it should be more than enough in a small house or apartment.

The Archer A7’s top speed of 647.4 Mbps was achieved 5 feet from the client, which blows away the 382.4 Mbps that the Netgear R6220 router was capable of at the same distance. The Archer A7’s throughput is between the TP-Link Archer C2300’s phenomenal 963.6 Mbps and the Asus Blue Cave’s mediocre 439.1 Mbps at the same distance.

This throughput fell off to 623.5 Mbps, 471.2 Mbps and 347.7 Mbps at 15 feet, 50 feet and 100 feet, specifically, putting it well behind the Archer C2300’s 682.3 Mbps, 913.8 Mbps and 613.2 Mbps at the same respective distances. Still, TP Link Archer A7 beat the Blue Cave router at 15 and 50 feet with 425.6 Mbps and 376.7 Mbps available at those respective distances. At 100 feet, the Blue Cave sprinted ahead with 398.8 Mbps.

TP Link Archer A7 AC1750 Wireless Gigabit Router

At the lab’s terminal distance of 150 feet, the Archer A7 delivered 347.5 Mbps versus 342.5 Mbps for the Archer C2300, but the Blue Cave was the long-distance champ at 437.2 Mbps.

In our real-world testing, TP Link Archer  A7 lagged the Archer C2300 at pushing the signal from room to room. As an example, it trailed the Archer C2300 and Blue Cave at pushing a strong signal via a metal- or soundboard-covered wall. When the signal needed to go up a floor and over 35 feet, the Archer A7 delivered 480.0 Mbps. By compare, the Archer C2300 managed to deliver 629.8 Mbps for a 23% advantage, while the Blue Cave was out of the running at 132.3 Mbps.

The Archer A7 fell short of filling my older 3,500-square-foot home with Wi-Fi, leaving it with several dead zones. Using my iPad Pro, it had a range of 80 feet, well short of the Netgear R6220’s 125-foot range. Still, it should be enough for a small to mid-size home.

Final:

For those looking to fill a larger home with top-speed Wi-Fi, the ideal bet may be to stick with the better-performing but more expensive TP-Link Archer C2300. For those in an apartment or small house, nevertheless, the TP Link Archer A7 is a winner.

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1 review for TP Link Archer A7 AC1750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router

  1. DangerrD

    I bought this router after a thunderstorm took out both my routers, apparently a surge blasted thru my CAT5 cable and fried everything. Lucky for me my $250 mega monster Linksys router (main router) was still under warranty at Bestbuy, (very easy to claim BTW). My access point router was pretty old and probably needed to die anyhow. I started looking and didn’t want to break the bank on some really expensive router, just one that would push 100Mbps (my max ISP speed) and had relatively good distance, so I bought this one. I think I was out the door at $62 on Amazon, and one day delivery. Had this sucker set up in no time as an access point, and very easy to do, click the box that says access point on set up, rename the SSID to the same as your main router with same password, and presto, your golden. This is my first TP Link router, and I must say I am impressed with the set up. The routers log in page is very user friendly and easy to navigate. Unless you are going to do some serious router configurations and whatnot, then this is an excellent choice if you are in the market.

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