TP-Link TL-WR841N 300 Mbps Wireless N Cable Router, Easy Setup, WPS Button

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TP-Link TL-WR841N 300 Mbps Wireless N Cable Router, Easy Setup, WPS Button
TP-Link TL-WR841N 300 Mbps Wireless N Cable Router, Easy Setup, WPS Button


  • 300Mbps wireless speed ideal for interruption sensitive applications like HD video streaming
  • Two antennas greatly increase the wireless robustness and stability
  • Easy wireless security encryption at a push of WPS button
  • System Requirements Internet Explorer 11+, Firefox 12.0+, Chrome 20.0+, Safari 4.0+, or other JavaScript-enabled browser. Cable or DSL Modem (if needed). Subscription with an internet service provider (for internet access)

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Specification: TP-Link TL-WR841N 300 Mbps Wireless N Cable Router, Easy Setup, WPS Button

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‎11.68 x 17.53 x 3.3 cm, 907.18 Grams

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‎100240 Volts


‎8 watts

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Item Weight

‎907 g

Reviews (5)

5 reviews for TP-Link TL-WR841N 300 Mbps Wireless N Cable Router, Easy Setup, WPS Button

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  1. Jon Sharman

    I bought this to use as a replacement for our Virgin Media Super Hub as, when our housing estate was built a couple of years ago, most people took on Virgin Media for their broadband services as they had a special offer for all new owners at the time. This now means that within a few hundred feet there are countless Super Hub ID’s and our connection has become more and more unreliable. We have had a couple of replacement Hubs from VM but they haven’t really cured the problem so I decided to change tack.

    Having read some of the reviews for TP-Link Cable WiFi Router and looking at how other people solved poor VM WiFi problems I decided to purchase for installation our loft space with a view to making the WiFi signal in our home more robust. One the router arrived and was out of the box I switched the Super Hub into Modem mode, ran a CAT5 cable from the Modem port up into the loft space, plugged it into the TP-Link Router and turned on. For first time use I used a wired connection with…

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  2. Mr. Naresh Patel

    I bought this to work with my Virgin media hub because my wifi was hanging in heavy usage conditions eg. when playing PS4 online.I suspected that my PS4 was using a lot of bandwidth and the hub could not cope with multiple wifi connections simultaneously playing video. I didn’t get to try that scenario because as soon as I installed the tp-link 450 it quickly showed itself to be unsuitable because it seemed to limit my 100Mbps connection to around 50Mbps. I tried various devices and all reported half of what I expected. I switched back to the Virgin hub and I was back on 100Mpbs. For me this is totally useless so I have had to return it. Shame really as other TP-Link products like the powerline extender are really good.

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  3. Dam dam dam

    Easy to install out of the box plug and play however—– Testing the download speeds: working with Virginmedia broadband at a top speed of 350mbps and an old sony laptop running windows 10 using Which broadband speed checker testing on a Weekday lunch time:
    1st: using the virgin modem hub 3.0 unit using the LAN connection first, that’s using the cable to connect directly between the Virgin hub Modem unit directly to the pc, the speed achieved: 385mbps . Yes, that’s not a typo 385mbps. (strange as virgin only state speeds of only 350mbps??) However.
    2rd: Using the TP-link LAN connection, so connecting the TP-link unit directly to the Virgin modem and running a cable from the TP-link unit directly connected to the PC. Speed achieved: 51.3mbps. Yes that’s correct 51.3mbps that’s very disappointing considering its a cable connection and TP-link state 300mbps.
    3nd: using the Virgin modem/wifi connection the unit being 1 meters away from the pc, speed achieved 34.7mbps (disappionting…

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  4. Laurence

    Great for extending a WiFi connection.

    How it works: You plug an Ethernet cable from an existing router – your main router – into this access point. You then connect to this access point.

    Setting up the access point in two easy steps:
    1) Connect to this network/access pont, which will be called TPLink***.
    2) Choose automatic setup, though for more advanced users there is the option to go through manual setup. Here you can choose the access point name and the password.

    Personally, I find this access point highly reliable as it has been connected and running for many months. It provides a strong WiFi connection and I would highly recommend this to anyone wanting to extend their network

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  5. Dinosaurous

    Nice router but BEWARE. 

    TP-Link 450 Mbps Wireless N Cable Router, Easy Setup, WPS Button, UK Plug (TL-WR940N)

    If you want the ‘Guest Network’ functionality be certain that you’re getting either version 5 or 6 of the router.
    Version 4 does NOT do guest wifi. Don’t just rely on the advert. Get in touch with the retailer. The version number is on the retail box.
    (That info is from my experience – I had to return a version 4, and from TP-Link support desk.)

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