Mumbai, India, November 6, 2015: TP-LINK has announced their latest 450Mbps router in India, the TL-WR940N 450Mbps Wireless N Router. The TL-WR940N comes with MIMO & SST technologies, TL-WR940N creates an exceptional and advanced wireless performance, making it ideal for streaming HD video, VoIP and online gaming. Also, WPS button on the sleek and fashionable exterior ensures WPA2 encryptions, preventing the network from outside intrusions.
Complying with the IEEE 802.11n standard, TL-WR940N can establish a wireless network and get up to 15X the speed and 5X the range of conventional 11g products that is something to talk about. Also, with transmission rates up to 450Mbps, it shows more excellent abilities of mitigating data loss over long distances and through obstacles in a small office or a large apartment, even in a steel-and-concrete building, so no more losing Internet connection where your basic router can’t reach. Above all, you could easily pick up the wireless network during long-distance connection where legacy 11g products may not!
The router has the speed to work smoothly with almost any bandwidth intensive application including VoIP, HD streaming, or online gaming, without the lag. Using its powerful N technologies, the router is also able to mitigate data loss over long distances and through obstacles turning your home and even your yard into one big hot – spot.
With the TL-WR940N even novice users can setup their networks. No more confusion on how to set-up your router for the first timer. The device comes with a CD featuring an Easy Setup Assistant that leads users through the setup process step-by-step, and even helps with wireless network settings and security configurations.
- 450Mbps wireless speed ideal for interruption sensitive applications like HD video streaming
- Three antennas increase the wireless robustness and stability
- Easy wireless security encryption at a push of WPS button
- IP based bandwidth control allows administrators to determine how much bandwidth is allotted to each PC
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