TP-LINK Archer C7 Review – Packaging and Bundle
TP-LINK Archer C7 Review – The Router
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11a 54Mbps: -79dBm
11ac HT20: -71dBm
11ac HT40: -66dBm
11ac HT80: -63dBm
11g 54M: -77dBm
11n HT20: -74dBm
11n HT40: -72dBm
(Transmit power in CE regions is <20dBm (2.4GHz) and <23dBm (5GHz) with FCC areas being <30dBm.)
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TP-LINK Archer C7 Review – Setup
TP-LINK Archer C7 Review – Software
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Basic functionality includes the setting up of network names and choosing passwords. We can then move on to the more advanced functionality.
We can for example manage bandwidth and guest access or set parental controls. Diagnostic tools are also available to help resolve issues and we can update firmware to add new features or resolve issues.
Here is a full list of key features TP-LINK support:
TP-LINK Archer C7 Review – Conclusion
Starting with the build quality and design of the Archer C7 TP-LINK have done a fairly good job. The overall shape is pleasing however the use of gloss just makes for a dust magnet (a common router problem). It would be nice to have a button to disable the LEDs too, but that like the finish is just a minor issue. Port layout is decent, maybe a little more space around the USB ports would be ideal for larger drives though. Overall, a nice solid, compact unit.
Setup of the Archer C7 is easy. It would probably be best for TP-LINK to add a sticker on the unit pointing us to the direct download link for the Setup Assistant but once we launch that, or the web interface the process is nice and smooth. Just configure the basic settings and we are good to go. Those who want to delve deeper will find plenty of options available to ensure the router runs as we like and other than a few text/formatting errors in the various on screen messages the interface is simple and intuitive. That said, one improvement would be to include a more automatic firmware update process, instead of sending the user off to the TP-LINK site to find the latest download.
For performance, we found no issues with the AC1750 rated Archer C7 and it offered similar signal strength to competing parts from the likes of Netgear. Four GB LAN ports mean plenty of fast connectivity for wired users and this could of course be expanded round our location using TP-LINKs powerline kit. We also noted that during our time testing (with the latest firmware) the Archer C7 we had no down time, or need to reboot the router. It was completely stable which is always good to see.
Summary: A solid, well priced wireless-ac router with plenty of features and competitive performance.