The TP-Link TL-WR941ND is an excellent product and one that can be picked up at a good price. I found the installation and setup to be easy, while there was nothing lacking in speed. I did have a small problem with firmware updates, but resetting to factory defaults and reinstalling the firmware sorted that out.
I also found a few minor security issues with the TL-WR941ND, though; I did not like the fact that the firewall was disabled by default and that there is no warning about Universal Plug and Play. It seems like a small thing, but in many cases your choice of router is the first line of protection against intrusion.
In all, the TL-WR941ND is still a good buy with its 49.99 U.S. Dollar price tag over at Newegg and you do get good performance out of it. Just make sure you turn the firewall on and disable UPnP.
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