300mbps W/L Adapter: Asus or TPLink?!

whitestar_999

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not just this product but in my experience in general TP-LINK products are the best option in the low to mid-range price range.only in high end segment TP-LINK products are beaten but then almost all the TP-LINK products can be placed in low to mid-range.so in short any TP-LINK product you can usually find on indian online sites is the best option unless it is missing some feature which you absolutely need.
 

Skud

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I have the ASUS one, its very good. No idea about the tp-link one.
 
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GhorMaanas

GhorMaanas

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not just this product but in my experience in general TP-LINK products are the best option in the low to mid-range price range.only in high end segment TP-LINK products are beaten but then almost all the TP-LINK products can be placed in low to mid-range.so in short any TP-LINK product you can usually find on indian online sites is the best option unless it is missing some feature which you absolutely need.

I have the ASUS one, its very good. No idea about the tp-link one.

thanks for your replies! but 2 different opinion, and am still stuck :lol:
perhaps i should just buy the asus one (since am going to purchase its router soon)? :rolleyes:

P.S. - nice to see you Skud after sometime :)
 

whitestar_999

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i own a TP-LINK ADSL2+ modem/router & using it for more than a year now with no problems.also till this date almost all the TP-LINK products review i have read on major online shopping sites likes amazon & major broadband forums like whirlpool have been consistently good.as i said earlier TP-LINK is considered as the default budget option on these sites & unless you absolutely need some feature which it is missing TP-LINK is the best vfm product.

btw many people don't know but TP-LINK is one of the biggest company in the world in the field of WLAN & broadband CPE equipments.it is definitely what you call a specialist just like asus in field of motherboards.no doubt asus can make good networking products too but when a product from a specialist company is available for lesser price i don't see much reason in going for other non-specialist company product.
 

Chirag

Cyborg Agent
I have TP-Link WN721N - 150mbps version. It doesn't really work well on Windows 7 64 bit. Connection drops sometimes and torrents don't work really well.
 

ico

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I have Asus USB-N13. The reason I bought it was because the company came forward and labelled it as "Linux compatible" on the box and specs page.
 

saswat23

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Better check with your regional TPInk distributor, I had contacted the one in my place and the 300N adapter costs only Rs.750 including tax.
You can also look for Digisol 300N adapter, I bought around a month back for just Rs.900. The main reason being it has a Lifetime warranty. And its working absolutely fine.
 
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GhorMaanas

GhorMaanas

The Vagrant Seeker
I have Asus USB-N13. The reason I bought it was because the company came forward and labelled it as "Linux compatible" on the box and specs page.

Better check with your regional TPInk distributor, I had contacted the one in my place and the 300N adapter costs only Rs.750 including tax.
You can also look for Digisol 300N adapter, I bought around a month back for just Rs.900. The main reason being it has a Lifetime warranty. And its working absolutely fine.

thanks ico & saswat for your views!

saswat, i would surely check with the tp-link distributor here.
 
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