TP-Link AC3200 Wireless Tri-Band Gigabit Router Archer C3200 Review – Managing Your Network Has Never Been This Flexible

If you want to manage your network better and you are currently in one with high-traffic with multiple clients vying for the connection’s bandwidth, then perhaps upgrading to the TP-Link AC3200 Wireless Tri-Band Gigabit Router Archer C3200 is your best way to remedy the situation.

TP-Link AC3200 Wireless Tri-Band Gigabit Router Archer C3200 Review - Managing Your Network Has Never Been This Flexible

What Does the TP-Link AC3200 Wireless Tri-Band Gigabit Router Archer C3200 Have to Offer?

First of all, the TP-Link AC3200 Wireless Tri-Band Gigabit Router Archer C3200 has three bands to choose from (which can be plainly seen in its name). Users are able to select from either one 2.4GHz band or one of the two 5GHz ones. With its extra 5GHz band, it will let users have ease in wireless network congestion and will also allow network managers to have more control over how their clients can connect wirelessly.

The router has a good throughput and a whole lot of management settings on offer. It also has a solid performance when it comes to transferring files to, and from attached USB storage devices. Still, even though everything looks amazing on paper, actual performance is still far from other triple-band competitors.

As for its design, the TP-Link AC3200 Archer C3200 measures in at 1.5 by 7.9 x 7.9-inches for its dimensions. It is of average router size when it sits on a table or desktop horizontally. A neat option is that it can be mounted on a wall using two mounting brackets found on the bottom of its chassis.

The C3200 is covered entirely in black with the top covered by a grille which adds a touch of style to the device. There are six external antennas that easily fold into the top when they are not in use. There are also nine LED activity indictors found on its front panel. These LEDs are for power, all three bands, Ethernet, WAN ports, WPS, and USB port.

When it comes to overall performance, despite having three bands to choose from, it performs just like a mid-range router. However, what really shines when it comes to this device is its flurry of network management features. This will allow network managers to maintain which band gets the most and least amount of bandwidth performance so nobody gets to hog whatever is left with the connection.

With the use of the extra 5GHz band connection on the TP-Link AC3200 Wireless Tri-Band Gigabit Router Archer C3200, you will be able to ease Wi-Fi congestion. However, overall wireless performance is only decent throughout all bands and there are still competitors who can easily beat the C3200 in this aspect.

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