TP-LINK Archer T8E PCIe Wireless Adapter - AC1750, Dual Band at PC World for £29.97 - HotUKDeals
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TP-LINK Archer T8E PCIe Wireless Adapter - AC1750, Dual Band at PC World for £29.97

£29.97 @ PC World
good deal for me, get one today, average price is around £50 Archer T8E AC1750 Wireless Dual Band PCI Express Adapter Ultra-fast 1750 (1300+450)Mbps wireless speed with 802.11ac Dual Band … Read More
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6m, 1d agoFound 6 months, 1 day ago
good deal for me, get one today, average price is around £50

Archer T8E

AC1750 Wireless Dual Band PCI Express Adapter

Ultra-fast 1750 (1300+450)Mbps wireless speed with 802.11ac

Dual Band connections for lag-free HD video streaming and gaming

3T3R MIMO technology provides robust high-bandwidth wireless transmission
deejay89 Avatar
6m, 1d agoFound 6 months, 1 day ago
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#1
Nice price, but seems to be store specific/no delivery - and none near me :(
#2
Excellent price for a good WiFi card. In for one near Bolton.
#3
Be warned, bought this a few days ago and it does have driver issues with Windows 10, you WILL get terrible performace unless you download non TPlink drivers (even then it's not the best but satisfactory)
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technobot
Be warned, bought this a few days ago and it does have driver issues with Windows 10, you WILL get terrible performace unless you download non TPlink drivers (even then it's not the best but satisfactory)

OK if that's the case you can try Driver Pack Solution and Snappy Driver, I prefer Snappy Driver as it's too easy to install crap software you don't want With DRPSu. DRPSu you have to be careful to go in to each section and unselect the Driver Pack Notifier and other software you don't need. Snappy Driver all you need to do is get the indexes for your machine and it will get the driver packs specific to that machine. I can't guarantee that these will have the drivers for this TPLink card but in my experience they have most drivers and ones that work.
#5
fishmaster
technobot
Be warned, bought this a few days ago and it does have driver issues with Windows 10, you WILL get terrible performace unless you download non TPlink drivers (even then it's not the best but satisfactory)

OK if that's the case you can try Driver Pack Solution and Snappy Driver, I prefer Snappy Driver as it's too easy to install crap software you don't want With DRPSu. DRPSu you have to be careful to go in to each section and unselect the Driver Pack Notifier and other software you don't need. Snappy Driver all you need to do is get the indexes for your machine and it will get the driver packs specific to that machine. I can't guarantee that these will have the drivers for this TPLink card but in my experience they have most drivers and ones that work.


Thanks for the tip, the driver I am on at the moment is a broadcom one which is meant to be the best one you can get at the moment for the T8E; any other driver gives either slower performance or the driver crashes.
#6
I have this wireless adapter and it has really good speed ....... when connected.
The signal drops constantly from full signal to disconnected in 2 different machines. I'd say this happens around 3-4 times a day.
#7
Why would anyone get this instead of a powerline?
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efem
Why would anyone get this instead of a powerline?

because it allows your pc to receive wifi signals.
#9
efem
Why would anyone get this instead of a powerline?


Because that solution isn't wireless.
#10
Will this slot onto any PC and are they easy to fit for the uninitiated like me?
#11
efem
Why would anyone get this instead of a powerline?


powerline is more a temporary solution, anyone wanting good transfer speeds and low latency would be better off using WiFi or proper Ethernet compared to powerline

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