TP-Link, in my opinion, hit a home run with its WDR4300. For $79, how can you complain? Sustaining 100MB/sec+ over GbE transfers, and the supreme Wi-Fi speeds of around 25MB/sec when coupled with the WDN4800 is just great bang for buck in my opinion.
Gone are the days of high-speed networking being expensive, when we have companies like TP-Link coming in and releasing high-quality products that don't break the bank.
The ease of setup is another great factor in both the WDR4300 and WDN4800, something that a novice will love. It only took me a few minutes to get into action in the end, which is something I loved. I'm not a huge networking guru by any means, which is why I'm taking this review method at a more basic level for now, which will fall in line with the general consumer.
Networking is a huge spider web of complexity to most people, but TP-Link has a product here that makes the transition between your old networking gear and new, super-fast networking gear a quick flick. It's well worth it, and if you're itching for an upgrade, you should check out TP-Link and its WDR4300 and WDN4800 products.
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