Tp-Link Archer C2300 Review

Tp-Link Archer C2300 Review

tp-link archer c2300 review

Price: $110

TP Link Archer C2300 routers are fast, inexpensive and secure. This router is amongst the most reliable in Wi-Fi performance, and it also includes antivirus protection. You can think of the router as an ultra-high-performance router with a 2-year warranty.

Price:

Top performance

Affordable

Simple to Install

Detachable antennas

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Conclusion

The TP Link Archer C2300 router has been rated the fastest by us. It is small, inconspicuous and comes with high-end functionality. The TP-Link Archer C2300 can protect a network from viruses and hackers, and can be customized to your requirements. The $149 price tag is nearly half that of Netgear Nighthawk XR500 and Linksys WRT 32X routers. It also offers double the coverage as their warranties which last for two years.

However, even though newer protocols such as Wi-Fi 6 have been introduced to provide faster and more reliable performance, the TP-Link Archer C2300 remains our best wireless-AC router because it provides excellent performance at a very reasonable price.

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Review: Tp-Link Archer C2300 wireless router

TechGuru Networking No Comments Wireless networking technology is evolving at a rapid pace. If you’ve been shopping for a new router, the boxes alone are enough to tell you this.

You can choose from routers with either 4 Gbps or 8 Gbps of wireless broadband. Some have even eight antennas. You can also get routers with commercial-grade operating systems. Some are powerful enough to stream 4K video while you’re gaming. This is all while you still have enough bandwidth.

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The difference between old and new seems like it is night and morning on paper. But in reality, we can’t help but notice that the real-world difference is minimal. You can’t help but ask yourself: “Do I really need any of this?” For many users, the answer is no. What does an average consumer really need? TP Link thinks that they know the answer. Their Archer C2300 router is for everyone. It’s got specifications that are certainly modern, but comparatively modest. This review will put it to the test. This review will show you what the product can do and who it is for. We also compare it to other products.

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Aaron Lai. I’ve been volunteering in the church’s youth group at junior high for several years. I know it is important that we use the same media to communicate with them, even though it might be different than what you or your peers used. Nowadays, the majority of the youth in our group are not on Facebook or Snapchat, but are instead using Instagram. This seemed strange to me because Instagram is more focused on video and images than it is communicating with friends. Although there is a messaging option, it’s not as extensive. Of course, some of my gaming teens are using Discord for voice and text chat. My family and I used to chat a lot, so it was important for me. MSN Messenger was thus my main application. To me, getting the username of a girl was like getting her number. But I digress. Even though I use Skype daily for communication, only a small number of my friends actually have it. The one thing I can agree on with all my options for keeping in touch with others is that all require internet access. Today’s product helps you do this. The TP-Link Archer AC2300 is available today. It looks almost identical to the Archer C3150. Can this device do what I need it to? And will it connect me with my friends? Continue reading to learn more!

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Today’s review device arrived at TP-Link, Canada’s Richmond Hill, Ontario offices. This has been a great experience to have more products sent directly from Canada to us than international trips from either the United States of Southeast Asia. Shipping with the standard ground service from UPS, this box arrived in great condition, despite having a pretty notable bruise at the top edge. The edges were sealed with TP Link tape. This brown corrugated cardboard box doesn’t have much damage. Inside is just the Archer C2300, with no padding or anything to prevent damage to the product itself.

Thankfully there is no visible damage to the retail box of the TP Link Archer C2300. The retail box shows off an aquamarine and turquoise theme, matching with TP-Link’s own logo. At the bottom, the box has some distinctive features. The router is displayed on the front. In the top corner, it has a circular marking showing “802.11ac Wave 2”, which refers to a revision in the 802.11ac technology, including support for higher physical rates, MU-MIMO, 160MHz channel width, and additional spatial streams. The sides display more information about the router. It isn’t much more to be discussed so let’s move on to unboxing.

Before we do, I have grabbed the specifications and features from the manufacturer’s website for your perusal:

– Memory: 512MB RAM and 128MB Flash – Interface: 4 10/100/1000Mbps LAN Ports, 1 10/100/1000Mbps WAN Port, 1 USB 3.0 Port + 1 USB 2.0 Port – Button: Wi-Fi On/Off Button, Reset Button, WPS Button, Power On/Off Button, LED on/off Button – Antenna: 3 Detachable Antennas – External Power Supply: 12V/2A – Dimensions ( W x D x H ): 8.5 x 6.5 x 1.4 in. The box dimensions are 216x164x36.8mm. Everything is contained within a white cardboard box, with another cardboard shell holding everything in place. Here you will see the TP Link Archer C2300 router. This unit was covered in a translucent bag. In another transparent bag, you will find three separate antennas. An end-to-end twist tie secures the power supply. An approximately 120cm-long CAT5e Ethernet short cable, measured from end to end, is included. TP-Link also provided us with a number of books that provide quick and detailed instructions for using the router.

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How good are Tplink routers?

The TP-Link Archer AX50 can provide reliable, fast Wi-Fi service to all of the wireless devices within a home. It wasn’t the fastest Wi-Fi 6 router we tested, but it did come close, and it’s much less expensive than routers that add limited benefits.

Are Archer Routers Efficient?

Best overall: Archer AX21 The TP-Link Archer AX21 isn’t the fastest router you can get by any stretch, but it’s fast enough for most homes and comes in at a fantastic price. AX1800 WiFi 6 speeds are available, as well as four Ethernet ports. There’s also great software support.

Is Tplink Ac2300 Good?

The TP Link Archer C2300 is a reasonably priced midrange router. It offers strong throughput performance, MU-MIMO streaming and MUMIMO data stream. This router also offers strong antivirus and anti-malware protections, quality of service options and parental controls. It is extremely easy to install. June 8, 2018.

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