TP-Link TL-WR841N Wireless N Router

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TPTLWR841N-1
NGN 14,500.00
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About This Product
  • Up to 300Mbps
  • 2.4-2.4835GHz
  • Easy Setup Assistant
  • Quick Security Setup
  • SPI Firewall
  • Dual 5dBi Omni Directional Antennas
The TP-Link TL-WR841N is a very inexpensive router with a simple design to match its price. It's a curved rectangular shape with two large, non-replaceable antennas protruding from its back. It isn’t much to look at although it is at least small enough to hide away with minimal fuss. You can also screw the router to a wall courtesy of mounting points on its base. 
The router’s specifications reflect its low price. The four LAN ports only run at 10/100 speed, as does the WAN port for connecting to your modem, which could limit your download speeds if you have particularly high-speed internet; but most people spending nearly £30 a month on their broadband wouldn't go for a router this cheap. Aside from ports, the router has a power button and a WPS button that also serves as a reset switch.

This requires a long press in order to reset the router, so you shouldn’t accidentally reboot the router when you’re setting up a WPS device. Finally, there’s a button to enable and disable wireless.  The WL-WR841N doesn't have any USB ports for connecting external drives or printer sharing, which isn’t hugely surprising. The top of the router has a row of lights showing the status of the internet connection, any devices connected to the LAN ports and the status of any WPS pairing you're doing. 

 

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SKUTPTLWR841N-1
Weight1.000000
Network No. Lan Ports5 Ports
Networking TypeGigabit Ethernet

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The TP-Link TL-WR841N is a very inexpensive router with a simple design to match its price. It's a curved rectangular shape with two large, non-replaceable antennas protruding from its back. It isn’t much to look at although it is at least small enough to hide away with minimal fuss. You can also screw the router to a wall courtesy of mounting points on its base. 
The router’s specifications reflect its low price. The four LAN ports only run at 10/100 speed, as does the WAN port for connecting to your modem, which could limit your download speeds if you have particularly high-speed internet; but most people spending nearly £30 a month on their broadband wouldn't go for a router this cheap. Aside from ports, the router has a power button and a WPS button that also serves as a reset switch.

This requires a long press in order to reset the router, so you shouldn’t accidentally reboot the router when you’re setting up a WPS device. Finally, there’s a button to enable and disable wireless.  The WL-WR841N doesn't have any USB ports for connecting external drives or printer sharing, which isn’t hugely surprising. The top of the router has a row of lights showing the status of the internet connection, any devices connected to the LAN ports and the status of any WPS pairing you're doing. 

 
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SKUTPTLWR841N-1
Weight1.000000
Network No. Lan Ports5 Ports
Networking TypeGigabit Ethernet
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