The trend to remove the wires from the home and small office environment is in full swing. We are seeing more and more products shipping with fast wireless. But you need a good router to handle this traffic and to protect those data streams flying through the air. The TP-Link TL-WR941ND Wireless N Router might be an answer to your needs.
The packaging the TL-WR941ND ships in is pretty standard for most networking products these days. It is heavy on diagrams and theoretical bandwidth and not much on security of real functionality. There is a small blurb on the Quick Secure Setup, but that is about it.
You can currently purchase the TL-WR941ND from Newegg at 49.99 U.S. Dollars; a respectable price point for a Wireless N router. Of course, you should never judge a book by its cover or components by their box. Checking out the specs on Newegg, you can see that the TP-Link TL-WR91ND does cover the right bases on paper and looks to be a great buy for the price.
Of course, we need to make sure it lives up to its claims. Click on to find out if it does.
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