Wireless networking major TP-Link launched the TL-WDN4800, an 802.11 a/b/g/n WLAN adapter with dual-band, 450 Mbps capabilities, built in the low-profile expansion card form-factor, with PCI Express interface.
We got our first sneak peek at the TL-WDR4300 N750 router from TP-Link back at CeBIT in March and now the company has finally unveiled its new mid-range high-end router. Sorry about the confusion there, but the TL-WDR4300 is the middle model of TP-Links three new models, hence N750 which refers to the combined wireless bandwidth.
Routers may not be the most exciting piece of hardware around, but TP-Link has come up with some new designs that look a lot more attractive than its current range of products. Besides improved looks, the company has also added much improved performance to some of its upcoming models.
Wireless routers are a dime a dozen these days, but we're quickly moving towards faster devices and 450Mbps routers seem to be the next common standard, the current limit of the Wi-Fi standard. TP-Link is now finally joining the part with its TL-WR2543ND, rather than the TL-WR2843ND which we spotted back at Computex in early June. It's