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Our Review/Thoughts

Wireless AC Same RoomNetgear R7000: 32-35 MB/s (Consistent)TP-LINK C1900: 48-65 MB/s (Inconsistent, sometimes dropping down to below 20 MB/s)Wireless AC Other side of same floorNetgear R7000: 32-35 MB/s (Consistent)TP-LINK C1900: 35-38 MB/s (Inconsistent, sometimes dropping down to below 20 MB/s)Wireless AC Different Floor, opposite side of houseNetgear R7000: 10-13 MB/s (Consistent)TP-LINK C1900: 10-16 MB/s (Inconsistent, dropping sometimes to near 0 for short periods)Hard Wired: Both of them maxed out the gigabit ethernet link without breaking a sweat

There's a built-in admin capability, as with almost all routers, which is accessed through a connected machine or over wifi once accessible

There's also a USB 2 port on the back if you want to attach a device, and finally, there's a small reset and WPS (autoconfig) button

This thing is amazing, for the price point you can't really beat the performance (speed & increased range)

not sure if mine has an issue, but for the price dropping wireless is not acceptable Great coverage and I love the dual band so I can put guests on a different band and still have the ultra fast internet

I didn't particularly enjoy the fact that there is no over the air firmware update built into the C1900, just the traditional place where you have to point to files you found yourself and downloaded in order to flash them

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