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TP-LINK products are ideal for home and business users needing an affordable, stable, high-speed wireless network, enable people's multi-media entertainment and office business to become truly mobile within their own home.

Wireless AC

Hybrid WiFi

Dual Band

300Mbps Wireless N

150Mbps Wireless N

54Mbps Wireless G

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Wireless networking is a method by which homes, telecommunications networks and enterprise (business) installations avoid the costly process of introducing cables into a building, or as a connection between various equipment locations.

Wireless telecommunications networks are generally implemented and administered using radio communication. This implementation takes place at the physical level (layer) of the OSI model network structure

Wireless technology has totally changed people's life, and gradually become the heart of the home network.

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WiFi lets you stream, game, video chat, and control smart home devices — so you need a router that supports the most efficient connection available.

Max-Stream™ routers are the ultimate home WiFi solution for multi-screen households that thrive on entertainment and other high bandwidth activities.

Our Max-Stream routers use MU-MIMO and Tri-Band technology to deliver a blazing-fast signal without lag. So, you can stream, surf the web, and video conference without slowing down your WiFi or work flow.

WRT is the original router built for open source, allowing users the flexibility to customize their firmware. This tradition of innovation began with the original WRT54G router and continues to drive us to create groundbreaking WiFi routers.

What Does a Router Do? Why is a Good Router So Important?

Imagine that a device about the size of a salad dish is capable of handling a barrage of requests and communicating with other services, websites, and devices all across the world in near instantaneous fashion.

It really is miraculous when you take a moment to think about it. But it may be time for the old trusty Belkin or Netgear to join the rest of your tech trash heap pile in some desk drawer and closet in your home

Do you expect a 10-year-old car to work as well as a brand new car? No integrated Bluetooth or AUX inputs for your iPod, iPhone, or MP3 player. Why would you stick with an under-performing ten-year-old router that doesn’t even maximize the capabilities and speed of the expensive broadband connection Internet.

Things degrade over time.

Your old workhouse does the job but does not take full advantage of the superior technology that most of the world has now embraced.

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Better Router = An Affordable Necessity to Maximize Your Wireless Signal

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As the streaming and downloading online videos continues to achieve increased importance in our modern connected world, the structure and backbone of your network needs to be built to handle it.