Sneak peak TP-LINK Archer C7 Dual Band Wireless Gigabit Router AC1750

You are probably thinking why you should choose to use TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750. Probably the best response would be to list it benefits. This TP-LINK model comes with a very good overall performance and it has a great features set, very nice features if you also take into consideration its price which is decent for such a device.

The only con would be its slight blip in the AC speed.

It might seem a bit hard to choose from all the other wireless device models, but the TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 gives off a friendly vibe with its ultra-gloss black chassis. This model is an inexpensive 802.11 ac broadband, wireless and cable router.

If you have a practical understanding of networking numbers, you will realize that this router runs on full-speed 802.11 ac 1300mbps, backed with capabilities of 3×3 450mbps 802.11n. it also supports bands of 2.4GHz and 5GHz.

TP-Link still embraces the classic design for the Archer C7 AC1750 model, with its external antennas. Many other developers have removed them. The external ones are 5dBi which serve the 5GHz band and there are three internal antennas for the 2.4GHz range to be sorted out. Not only does the router have a Gigabit WAN port and four Gigabit LAN ports, but also two USB 2.0 ports and WPS buttons, wireless and power.

The Archer C7 not only includes USB ports for printer and NAS capabilities, and a buit-in DLNA server, but it is also IPv6 ready, to keep you files private by giving a guest network. You can log in into the surface and start using it or use the setup CD given with the router.

The Conclusion would be’¦?

The TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 has a lot to give to its user seeing as how it is a fairly affordable broadband wireless router. It is the perfect ratio between price and what the product has to offer, seeing as how you will have everything a higher-end model promises. It is a compact and nice looking device which offers fast configuration and a friendly interface. Keeping the antennas was a good idea which makes it look cooler that it already is.

What we liked

Adding up to the other features, Gigabit LAN and WAN ports are another plus and the interface is also easy to understand and use. In the tests, the read is very important so 50MB/s at 802.11ac is really good. The router’s range is impressive too, as it can reach up to 25m 802.11n speeds with a downstream of 18 MB/s and 11 MB/s for the upstream.

What we did not like

Even though we were in the same room with the router and had a solid 1300 mbps, the transfer did not go over 14MB, not even with its new firmware update. Also, at the weakest 802.1 ac struggled at distance and got approximately 16 MB/s download and 7.6 MB/s upload speed.

The Final Conclusion

The TP-Link Archer C7’s average speed is 802.11 ac, it provides very good downloading speeds which are the most important aspects. You also get a dual-band 802.11n router thrown in, which will be a great help.