TP Link Archer C7 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 via FTP server
Guest Network Access – offers safe and secure Wi-Fi access for guests sharing your office or home network
Easy setup and management with Tether App
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Last updated on May 19, 2022 2:29 pm
TP Link Archer C7 Router Spec:
IEEE 802.11ac/n/a 5 GHz
IEEE 802.11n/b/g 2.4 GHz
5 GHz: 1300 Mbps (802.11ac)
2.4 GHz: 450 Mbps (802.11n)
||3 Bedroom Houses
3× Fixed High-Performance Antennas
Multiple antennas form a signal-boosting array to cover more directions and large areas
Allocate devices to different bands for optimal performance
||1× Gigabit WAN Port
4× Gigabit LAN Ports
||1× 5 GHz Guest Network
1× 2.4 GHz Guest Network
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RJ45 Ethernet Cable
Quick Installation Guide
|WiFi Transmission Power
tp-link AC1750 Archer C7 Review
TP Link Archer C7 Router Reviews:
The newest TP Link Archer C7 is a dual-band AC1750 router that uses a 720MHz CPU. It can get speeds of up to 450Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band and 1,300 Mbps on the 5GHz band. Design-wise, the C7 hasn’t changed from the TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 Dual Band Wireless AC Gigabit Router we reviewed back in 2014.
The Archer C7 rocked our throughput tests. Its score of 91.3 Mbps in our 2.4 GHz close-proximity test was significantly higher than the other budget routers, including the Netgear AC1200 Smart Wi-Fi Router (R6220) (74.1 Mbps), the D-Link AC1200 Wi-Fi Router (DIR-842) (75Mbps), and the Linksys EA6350 AC1200+ Dual-Band Smart Wi-Fi Wireless Router (72.5 Mbps). Similarly, its score of 62.8 Mbps in our 30-foot test dominated the competition; the Netgear R6220 scored 48.3 Mbps, the D-Link DIR-842 had a throughput 41.5 Mbps, and the Linksys EA6350 came in at 39.3 Mbps.
In our 5GHz throughput testing, the TP Link Archer C7’s performance was excellent for a budget router. It scored 509Mbps in the close-proximity test, compared with the Netgear R6220 (331Mbps), the D-Link AC1200 Wi-Fi Router (DIR-842) (332Mbps), and the Linksys EA6350 (427Mbps). At 30 feet, its score of 250Mbps once again took top honors, winning the Netgear R6220 (104Mbps), the D-Link DIR-842 (111Mbps), and the Linksys EA6350 (199Mbps).
To test the router’s read and write file-transfer speeds, we use a USB drive and a 1.5 GB folder containing a mix of photo, music, video, and document files. As with other budget routers, the TP Link Archer C7’s file-transfer speeds were middling; its write speed of 21.5 MBps corresponded the Linksys EA6350 and was slightly faster than the Netgear R6220’s score of 17.6 MBps. The Linksys EA6100 AC1200 Dual-Band Smart Wi-Fi Router (also a budget router) scored 27.4 MBps. In the reading test, TP-Link Archer C7 had a throughput of 27.5 MBps, which once again was just a little slower than the Linksys EA6350 (28MBps) and the Linksys EA6100 (28.3 MBps) and a bit faster than the Netgear R6220 (25.6 MBps). The D-Link DIR-842 was not included in these tests, considering that it does not have a USB port.
The TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router (V2) may cost less than $100, but you ‘d never know it accorded to its performance and feature set. Its 2.4 GHz and 5GHz throughput scores were better than similarly priced budget models, including the $90 Linksys EA6350 AC1200+ Dual-Band Smart Wi-Fi Wireless Router, and it provides numerous management settings and plenty of I/O ports. The TP Link Archer C7’s user interface could use an update, nevertheless, and its file-transfer performance could be better. That said, it’s the fastest dual-band router in its class and our Editors’ Choice for budget routers.
Last updated on May 19, 2022 2:29 pm