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from Beverly Hills, California
About Me High bandwidth user
Comments about TP-Link Talon AD7200 Multi-Band Wi-Fi Router:
Top marks! A little pricey but worth it.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(13 of 17 customers found this review helpful)
from Phila, PA
How can you say that smart connect is coming, on your own web page, as a feature of this router but once the router is bought say it is not coming as a feature..... Is it coming or not, because if not I am selling itThis is from the product web page above...."Smart Connect ensures the stability and performance of all of your devices by dynamically identifying and assigning them to the fast available band. (Coming Soon)"
(8 of 10 customers found this review helpful)
Before buying asked if the AD 7200 will get smart connect and the support said yes in a future update !So I went and bought it ! 4 month and no smart connect so i emailed support and surprise they cancelled smart connect future on this router !!So I'm selling it and won't buy tplink unless all futures are available in the box !
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
(8 of 11 customers found this review helpful)
outstanding all round performance
from Paris, France
I just upgraded to the AD7200 AC5400 from the AC1750 v2 and I have to say this router is a game changer. I'm using a 1Gb fiber connexion and my laptop is equipped with a AC antenna. Setup was quick, intuitive and easy. I have a moderate IT level and found the process to be smooth and uncomplicated.TV - on demand service is much faster and smootherinternet / pc connexion is undeniably faster, and more consistent. Even if I do not have an AD antenna in my laptop, I can feel the speed step up, web is much accelerated, transfers upload download too.The routeur interface proposes plenty of possibilities which I do not use yet my basic config were all intuitive.I'll surely buy a second one to test in my office environment with higher data load.
(3 of 9 customers found this review helpful)
from La Mirada, CA
I recently upgraded my router from TP LINK AC2600 to the new TP LINK TALON AD7200. Previously I had issues with weak signal in the downstairs living room (router is in my upstairs office, furthest from the living room) and the AD7200 increased my signal and range to full bar on the 2.4ghz channel. Although I had some minor buffering issues still in my streaming device, the AD7200 was still better than the AC2600. I compared the signal and range on the 5ghz channel, as well. Although it gave me only 2-3 bars in the 5ghz channel, it provided faster streaming with no buffering. I've tried wireless network extenders in the past with no success. This router finally provided the streaming capability in my downstairs box as I had hoped for. Unfortunately I don't have any devices that will connect to the 60ghz channel right now so I can not comment it at this time. To my understanding, the 60ghz will have a shorter range but will provide the fastest speed in the market. I'm confident that I will be using this router for at least a few years. Great router, TP LINK!
(8 of 15 customers found this review helpful)
Fast with tons of options
from New York
Previous to setting up the AD7200 I had the AC5400 which is a step below this model. The AC5400 does not have the new 60GHZ (4600Mbps) band or other advanced options like network management and openVPN Server to name a few. What truly surprised me was the increased speeds I got after making the swap. I am receiving Time Warner Cable "Turbo" speeds at my standard subscription. It blows away the AC5400 in speed and options.Installation was simple, just follow the easy quick step instructions. If you are using a cable modem like I am and have problems connection to the internet, make sure to select "clone MAC address" in the router settings.The menu interface is straight forward and easy to use. There are tons of options to choice from simple things like Qos (Quality of Service where you can prioritize from high, medium to low what devices are most important, to openVPN (open source virtual private network) where you can create a secure network connection accessible wherever you like. There is even a backup feature where you can save a backup of the settings in case you change something and want to revert back to the original settings you had before. Don't forget about MU-MIMO which allows the router to communicate with multiple devices simultaneously reducing wait time and sharing the bandwidth more efficiently. I am naming just a few things, there are too many to list.I am disappointed that I am not able to connect my printer to the modem since the router model does not currently have the printer compatible tool available for download. It is the same for the AC5400 too. However, no big lose since it I can just use it as a WiFi printer and share it in my network.New technology is trying to get wireless connections to be just as fast as a wired connection. The 60GHZ setting will be really handy for those with media servers, storage devices, etc. but the market is small right now for devices that will use it. Product sample for review.
(6 of 13 customers found this review helpful)
Everything about money heh
Mind sending one for "testing" or this kill your industry if you giveaway one lol.
(10 of 18 customers found this review helpful)
Advanced router with huge potential,
This is a review of a free product received from TP-LINK as part of the review program.The AD7200 from TP-LINK is a highly interesting looking router that isn't just about aesthetics as it's just as striking on the inside as it is externally. This is likely the most advanced wireless router on the market at this point and supports a plethora of features, some of which you might not be using anytime soon, though, but still great to have as technology is always advancing and this router will be relevant for years to come, while many cheaper routers are left obsolete and replaced.The first thing you'll notice is that this router is fast. Whether your on 2.4GHz, 5GHz, or 60GHz, you'll notice improvements if you're upgrading from an older router. Whether it's the 9 antennas (1 is internal for 60ghz) or the multiple MIMO or the beamforming technology, compared to my previous routers, 2.4ghz the delays are noticeably reduced which means the time it takes for pages to load is noticeably shorter. There are bottlenecks with internet and wireless (your service only provides so much speed and 2.4ghz only allows so much speed) but this router gets you the most out of what you have.Another aspect of the router that that certainly has an affect on it being so fast is the 1.4GHz dual core processor. You won't overload this router with traffic, it'll easily handle whatever you throw at it (I tired HD streaming on multiple devices, torrenting on multiple devices, tons of connected hosts, etc and it never had any noticeable lag and never crashed).The 60ghz feature is something I'd not even heard of and was unable to test unfortunately but I took the time to research it and it appears similar to the 5ghz upgrade that came out in the past in that it offers much better speeds at a cost of range. The reality about wireless is it's not steady or predictable. The materials your home are made out of, the size of your home, the amount of walls and doors, the thickness of those walls a
(24 of 40 customers found this review helpful)
This router really worth its money
from CA, US
really like it, high quality, nice look.
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