TP-Link Archer C2 AC750 Wireless Router & Archer T4U AC1200 USB WiFi-Adapter
With the launch of 1 Gbps internet services, all router manufacturers started the “arming” race of providing the internauts with more and more performant devices, with as many features as possible and interesting or even exotic designs. If we are going to link this to the approval of the new 802.11ac wireless standard from the beginning of this year, we can notice how things currently work in this market.
Thus, the potential customer will have to choose between a multitude of wireless dual-band N routers and the new dual-band AC routers. In all this equation, thinking ahead should be prioritary, therefore choosing an AC router should be the way to go. Besides, it is to be expected that by 2015 all mobile devices will sport 802.11ac support.
But let’s go back to our tested router, Archer C2 AC750. Archer series is a very welcomed refresh for TP-Link, beside the much more attractive design (for the whole series) I’ve also noticed all-around performance improvements (wired, wireless, USB) as against older models.
Bottom line, Archer C2 AC750 is available in online stores at a price of 70 USD / 55 EUro and there is a big enough chance that this router will be a best-buy product in its category, and maybe also one of the best-selling 802.11ac routers this year because of the price/performance ratio.