I would buy it only to put it on the table ad play with those antenna's... open one close other, open one close other...
But to be honest what is the point of it? Its like having super fast car and you can use it only in garage(one room)
Not to mention that REAL LIFE SPEED is not even close to what router, device and net provider can give.
For example I have LTE that technically can give me 100mbps on phone and home internet that should be also 100mbps but in real life because of walls, place when I use it, weather and device it self I never get more than 5-7 mega per second using direct FTP connection, and 4-5 mega in http download. In work we have fiber optic 200mpbs and still we never get more than 9 mega...
And if you know basic math, 100mbps should be 12,5 MB/s
There is just too much stuff between internet provider and device to get and even when I used my old router or new Huawei that I bught thinking that I get better speed, its stll the same... So router is self is just a addon that cant change too much
Just something to think about - the highest home internet speed offered in Bulgaria is 200Mbps (the absolute minimum is 50Mbps you can get).
Knowing how horrible the intenret in the US and many other "developed countries" is, please tell me, other than corporate environments, where does a router like this one come in handy?
I have ADSL in my home and i need to push the connectivity to the max (of course it isn't about increasing the speed because it's limited)
Is there any way i can do it?
And what is the difference between ADSL Modem and A router like in this case (TP-Link Talon AD7200)?
If the price doesn't exceed $300 (my max on a home router), I may pick one up.