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TP-Link AC1750 Archer D7

Latest review: It will work for weeks without restart, unlike Optus router need few restart everyday. I have more than. 20 devices, still no issue. Lack some expert option, but still one of the best for


TP-Link Archer VR600 / VR600V

Latest review: Super fast router, great signal throughout the house, great NBN sync speeds, and super cheap ($100 for this?). Works great on Aussie Broadband FTTN and the ability to turn the lights off is


TP-Link AC1900 Archer D9

Latest review: Bought this Router as an upgrade to my SP router and was blown away by the stability and speed it can achieve. No drop off, no need resent every day and at 90% speed at all time. Great price and good


TP-Link TD-W8960N

Latest review: There are 3 things to look for in a router: 1. Signal - strength and stability are the two main factors in terms of signal. You need a router with stable signal strength and consistent coverage. 2.


TP-Link N300 TD-W9977

Latest review: Having owned a dlink I wanted a small router. I brought this one from Harvey Norman on recommendation from ISP and it took a few mins to set up and is faster with no lagging at all. For the price it


TP-Link Archer VR1600v

Latest review: This router has been solid on the NBN. The interface is straightforward, the connection has been stable and fast across all our devices, and it provides good wifi coverage throughout the


TP-Link TD-W8968

Latest review: Works fine and much better than the one that came with iinet. The old one broke because I punched it too many time because it was useless and constantly disconnecting and took 10 minutes to


TP-Link N600 TD-W8980

Latest review: Heaps of features. Fast wifi speeds. TP-Link routers always offer a large range of configuration options compared to other brands. Easy to setup and we have communication with all of our technology


TP-Link AC2800 Archer VR2800

Latest review: Used to replace my Billion 8800NL and whilst it didn't increase the VDSL speed - assume as they both have the Broadcom chipset, the wi-fi is vastly improved with both 2.4 and 5.0 available. Not as


TP-Link Archer AC1900 VR900

Latest review: My IInet Budi was starting to play up dropping connections here and there so after a bit of research I chose the Tp-Link VR900. The setup is easy with most internet providers settings given in a pull


TP-Link AC1200 VR4000

Latest review: I Live in a 2 storey double brick townhouse. I can only receive 5g service when I was downstairs in the living room where the router is located. on a 50nbn plan. upstairs on normal wifi i get about


TP-Link TD-W9970

Latest review: Fair device that enable NBN connection with a good price Wifi signal can roughly cover a 3-4 bedroom apartment but suffers from interference from stronger signal router Use with care, centralised


TP-Link TD-VG5612

Latest review: I bought this modem as it was cheaper than buying through the internet company I went with. It appears to have good signal, from a distance my phone still connects without issue. Glad I bought


TP-Link Archer C7

Latest review: Purchased this router about 11 months ago and sat in the box for that time due to house delays. Set it up, updated firmware but 5ghz band wouldn’t connect or be visible. Rang tp-link, went through a


TP-Link TD-W8961N

Latest review: After 4 years of service, my old router that was supplied by my previous ISP had met it's end. I nearly ended up paying a technician to check the house internal telephone line but decided to try


TP-Link Archer VR200V

Latest review: I bought this tiny all in one unit for the FTTN connection at my parents' place. It's NBN ready and very easy to set it up in less than 5 mins. The sync speed is great, and no drop out within a day


TP-Link Archer AC2600 VR2600

Latest review: I bought one early January from Wireless 1 for (with 5% off P5OZZIE applied) for under $175. The VR2800 had been recommended to me on Whirlpool forums, as I don't have aircon, live in Brisbane and