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TP-LINK N300 WIFI GIGABIT ROUTER TL-WR1043ND UNBOXING

Escrito Por Android on agosto 9th, 2012

Tp-link TL-WR1043ND gigabit WiFi router unbxoing, this router support 300 Mbps 0n the 2.4 Ghz band and has 3 removable antennas and 4 gigabit ethernet ports at the back. TP-link Powerline ethernet unboxing www.youtube.com TP-Link WR740N budget WiFi router review www.youtube.com Tp-link India website www.tp-link.in http

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25 Responses to “TP-LINK N300 WIFI GIGABIT ROUTER TL-WR1043ND UNBOXING”

  1. giorgos1503197 dice:

    Hello “geekyranjit” i wanna ask you this:

    This router “TP-Link N300 TL-WR1043ND” (with 3 antenna)
    is STRONGER
    from other router “Netgear WNDR3700″ (without antenna)?

    which router are stronger and gets sent the signal 1-2 floors (up or down)?
    I don’t know which router must buy. If you know respod to me please.
    THANK YOU…

  2. ArmOwnt dice:

    STOP SLAPPNG THE BOX

  3. raptor619 dice:

    hi GR, i have been watching ur vids lately thanks for the uploads

    cld u do a vid on TP-Link TL-WR2543ND comparison as well cuz i was planning to get either this router or the one u are showing in this vid now

  4. StiflerZsolt dice:

    What type of ethernet cable is included with the router? Cat5, cat5e or cat6?

  5. kashif9000 dice:

    what is range

  6. geekyranjit dice:

    Done I just uploaded the in-depth review of this router :)

  7. G33kHC1337 dice:

    Please upload a detail review of TL-WR1043ND soon……..
    Thanks

  8. geekyranjit dice:

    @SuperBoogly: Before purchasing a new router I would suggest that you change the channels setting in you WiFi router and see if that fixes your problem, else you might have to use a 5 Ghz band router, but again not all devices are compatible with 5Ghz.

  9. SuperBoogly dice:

    My 2.4Ghz router interferes with my Wireless headset. What router could you recommend that doesn’t cause “popping” and “hissing” in 2.4Ghz headset?

  10. geekyranjit dice:

    Cost around Rs 4,100…… check in local computer stores you should be able to find them.

  11. cbrcoder dice:

    Cost ? And where to buy in India? I am thinking of buying this and replacing ASUS RTN13U (mainly because of lack of Gigabit port).

  12. geekyranjit dice:

    My local ISP is Beam Fiber…… and my internet speeds is 15 Mbps, regarding Belkin surf N300 I haven’t tested it so cannot comment.

  13. shreyans jain dice:

    can you tell if belkin surf n300 modem router is a good choice?

  14. shreyans jain dice:

    what is your internet speed and what isp u use?

  15. drraghul dice:

    @geekyranjit Thanx ranjit :))

  16. shrey sharma dice:

    what is the use of 300MBPS router when i only have 150MBPS adapter in my laptop….. could you please suggest 300mbps adapter for my laptop….

  17. ezy2cool dice:

    As the Budget is announced what is going to happen with computer Computer Components such as Rams, motherboards, CPU… graphic cards.. etc?????
    are these things gonna cost more..???

  18. geekyranjit dice:

    @drraghul: I havent yet done the throughput testing so cannot comment yet…. but I would say the range is just a little better than RT N13U but the RTN13U can do a lot of other things that this router cannot.

  19. drraghul dice:

    Hi ranjit,,how does this router compare with ASUS rt n13 u….i recently bought this router after seeing ur review…its good though,but just wanted to know if TPlink fares better than asus in terms of ‘range’ offered.

  20. simobil1 dice:

    Hi Ranjit,
    can I use USB Hub on the USB port on TP Link TL-WR1043ND wifi router and connect more then one external USB hard disk? That would solve my wish of having all the disks available to anyone in my network. Thanks for the answer and keep the good work :)

  21. tirtha182 dice:

    Hey ranjit i have a netgear n150 adsl2+ modem router dgn1000 for my home bsnl broadband connection. But the problem is that it keeps disconnecting after 5-10 min or so. I have updated the fimware on the device but the problem still remains.

  22. osityan dice:

    price to performance ratio makes more sense :)

  23. geekyranjit dice:

    @osityan: For your comment is it the best router in the market of-course we have some other routers that are better but they cost almost 4-5 times the cost of the N150 tp-link router, the tp-link N150 was one of the best budget router I have tested based on WiFi throughput and overall WiFi coverage… and I have overall throughput figures to show that.

  24. geekyranjit dice:

    @osityan: I said the N150 from TP-link is one of the best router I have tested based on it’s price to performance ratio based on my testing and who said tp-link gave the product to me for free… it was a review unit and that unit has been sent back to tp-link office.

    I have tested a lot of routers ex Belkin, Netgear, Asus, Tenda and Linksys and if you have seen my video reviews of routers I follow a standard test for routers and I also give the actual throughput figures for different routers.

  25. osityan dice:

    How do you come to the conclusion that the TPLINK n150 is one of the BEST routers? Is it because you received it for free from TPLINK? Is that what makes it the best?

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