TP-LINK Touch P5 AC1900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router Review – More Gloss Than Performance

There are many devices today that sport a touch capacitive screen such as smartphones, tablets, vehicle infotainment systems, and others; and now we get to see it in a router, more specifically that of the TP-LINK Touch P5 AC1900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router. There are a lot of people who would never dream of seeing a touchscreen display on a router, but that thought just became a reality. This router does have a lot of gimmicks in-store for its users. However, does its performance live up to its list of shiny features?

TP-LINK Touch P5 AC1900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router Review - More Gloss Than Performance

The TP-LINK Touch P5 AC1900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router Has a Touch Capacitive Display

As soon as you open the package containing the TP-LINK Touch P5 AC1900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router, you will then immediately realize as to where the true innovation for the device lies. There it is, smack dab right on top of the unit is a touchscreen interface. This display is that of a full color 4.3-inch touch capacitive screen in which you can use it to do just about everything in configuring the initial setup of the device to the changing of your Wi-Fi password on the fly.

The touch capacitive screen on the TP-LINK Touch P5 is actually pretty useful, especially for those who do not want to get onto their computers, open up a browser window, then accessing the admin panel which can take quite a while (especially if you forgot the password). However, this display can be frustrating if you want to accomplish more complex tasks such as configuring the firewall or opening ports. If you want to make use of its advanced features, then going to your computer and accessing the admin interface from there is still a primary option.

With its own set of gimmicks, many would have hoped that its performance would somehow be equal or even better than its flashy features. However, much can be said about its overall speed and performance. Even though you will try a number of different networks, distances, and devices, this particular router from TP-LINK could not get past the 60Mbps download speeds. As for the upload speeds, it can’t excel pass 12Mbps.

Comparing its speeds and performance to other routers, such as those from D-Link, then the TP-LINK Touch P5 AC1900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router is just another piece of jewelry that can be placed on your desk that has a flashy touchscreen interface. Many would just rather opt for a more conventional router that can deliver a better performance rather than having flashy gimmicks.

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