** TP-LINK Archer C2 AC750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Cable Router (2.4 GHz 300 Mbps, 5 GHz 433 Mbps, USB Port for Storage Sharing, Printer Sharing, FTP Server and Media Server, IPv6) now £22.50 delivered @ Amazon **
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** TP-LINK Archer C2 AC750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Cable Router (2.4 GHz 300 Mbps, 5 GHz 433 Mbps, USB Port for Storage Sharing, Printer Sharing, FTP Server and Media Server, IPv6) now £22.50 delivered @ Amazon **

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Found 20th Dec 2015
Good price now. You can order and they will deliver when available. Comes with 3 year warranty too

Supports 802.11ac standard
Simultaneous 2.4 GHz, 300 Mbps and 5 GHz, 433 Mbps connections for 733 Mbps of total available bandwidth
Two detachable external antennas provide stable omni-directional signal and superior wireless coverage
Full gigabit ports ensure fast data transfer speeds
USB port - share a printer locally and files and media with networked devices or remotely via FTP server

Excellent Wireless Speed with 802.11ac

Coming with the next generation Wi-Fi standard – 802.11ac, 3 times faster than wireless N speeds, Archer C2 delivers a combined wireless data transfer rate of up to 733Mbps. With 433Mbps wireless speeds over the crystal clear 5GHz band and 300Mbps over the 2.4GHz band, the Archer C2 is an ideal choice for various applications.

Simultaneous 2.4GHz 300Mbps and 5GHz 433Mbps Connections for 733Mbps of Total Available Bandwidth

2 detachable external antennas provide stable omnidirectional signal and superior wireless coverage

Full gigabit ports ensure ultrafast data transfer speeds

MAC address clone

USB port - share a printer locally and files and media with networked devices or remotely via FTP server

92 Comments

Recently got one of these to replace a router issued by my ISP which couldn't handle traffic in my area. It's made a big difference and this is a great price for it.

hot I was looking at this for a replacement for my tg582n, theres no rush for it so yay

Ordered

Ordered thanks op

Oops, purchased.

Could I replace my Sky (SR102) Router with this? Cheers

It even has my no.1 must-have feature... physical wifi on/off switch
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/6152uCNm7kL._SL1500_.jpg

zermattbusby

Could I replace my Sky (SR102) Router with this? Cheers


You can but you would need the router username and password which isn't accessible on the sky boxes. You need to run some software on your pc to hack it out.

I had to do this when my sky router packed up and sky refused to give me username and password to put into my spare router despite them saying it would take 7 days to get a replacement to me when my partner works from home needing the Internet.

Its says cable router, can I use for fibre?

Thanks jr

allginger

Its says cable router, can I use for fibre?



Yeah I thought that, I'm on Sky Fibre

What's the difference between the C20i and this C2?

Can someone advise me if this would help with my wifi connection upstairs as my router is downstairs and I would like something that's quite good. Thanks for comments. Im just new on this so patience please.

allginger

Its says cable router, can I use for fibre?


The device your ISP provides you is a Modem+Router. so all you do is turn off the Router component of the one you already, have which is usually just a setting on the device's WebGUI. Then you connect it to this router to your ISP provided one via ethernet and you're done. it is really simple. loads of guides online.

Wow, great price, purchased this time last year as a lightning deal for £30.99 reduced from £47. A lot of router for £22.50.
I use in conjunction with my sky router to get a lot better wifi coverage than the standard SR101. Turned off wifi on sky router and just use this as wifi router connected to sky router via lan cable
Hot!

Out of stock now.....

TT1990

The device your ISP provides you is a Modem+Router. so all you do is turn … The device your ISP provides you is a Modem+Router. so all you do is turn off the Router component of the one you already, have which is usually just a setting on the device's WebGUI. Then you connect it to this router to your ISP provided one via ethernet and you're done. it is really simple. loads of guides online.


Thanks, I have both a modem and router, so I just swap this with my Netgear?

ngangekrubally

Out of stock now.....


I think it always was, order now for delivery later

Banned

macdaibhead

Can someone advise me if this would help with my wifi connection upstairs … Can someone advise me if this would help with my wifi connection upstairs as my router is downstairs and I would like something that's quite good. Thanks for comments. Im just new on this so patience please.




It depends what router you have currently and how far the other devices are from it? If your using one provided by your broadband provider, this will be a good improvement

awoodhall2003

What's the difference between the C20i and this C2?



c20i and c20 has 100mbit ports and the c2 has 1gbit ports

allginger

Thanks, I have both a modem and router, so I just swap this with my … Thanks, I have both a modem and router, so I just swap this with my Netgear?



As you have a modem, your netgear or other router must have a wan port (may be called ewan or internet) and support pppoe and you need the user/pw for your account
Edited by: "taras" 20th Dec 2015

xela333

​It depends what router you have currently and how far the other devices a … ​It depends what router you have currently and how far the other devices are from it? If your using one provided by your broadband provider, this will be a good improvement



Thanks

allginger

Thanks, I have both a modem and router, so I just swap this with my … Thanks, I have both a modem and router, so I just swap this with my Netgear?



So you have 2 devices or just a single one that Sky gave you? you can't swap out your Sky device with this one you need to use the sky one as a modem, to recieve you internet and then use the TP-link one as a router. if you get me?

allginger

I think it always was, order now for delivery later


they had only 14 units over night so when the price dropped, the exist units went! The lowest previous price was 38 quid and pcworld back up to 49 for this router SO its HOT!

taras

c20i and c20 has 100mbit ports and the c2 has 1gbit ports


Thanks. It says megabit port thus why I wasn't sure.

TT1990

So you have 2 devices or just a single one that Sky gave you? you can't … So you have 2 devices or just a single one that Sky gave you? you can't swap out your Sky device with this one you need to use the sky one as a modem, to recieve you internet and then use the TP-link one as a router. if you get me?


I am not on SKY, yes I have two devices, a modem from BT and a Netgear router.
Edited by: "allginger" 20th Dec 2015

Meh, mediatek...

Anyone knows would this accept 3/4g dongle?

Will this perform better than the virgin superhub 2ac ?

I've got a brand Asus AC66-U sat in a box that I purchased few weeks ago for £95 debating if I should return that and buy this, huge saving

allginger

I am not on SKY, yes I have two devices, a modem from BT and a Netgear … I am not on SKY, yes I have two devices, a modem from BT and a Netgear router.


Sorry in that case just swap out your Netgear Router with this one.

I've been having a few issues with my current router so looking to replace.

The current router is a D-Link Dir 825.

It had a USB port but you had to install special software to use it - is this the same or can you access media on a pen drive via an IP address or similar?

This says it can do both 5ghz and 2.4ghz simultaneously to give faster speeds - do you need any special hardware on the computer side of things to do this?

My issues at the moment are dropouts - I will have full signal then suddenly I get limited internet, then suddenly I'm not connected at all. I have to reset the connection and it all works perfectly again. Not noticed it on phones etc but it occurs on both laptops (one Windows 10, and one Windows 7).

It take it this router would be a good option to try and fix the above?

Anthonis

Anyone knows would this accept 3/4g dongle?



appaently it does but compatibility might be an issue tplink.com/ie/…162

gnowak84

Meh, mediatek...



but at 22quid !!!!!

I've currently got an Asus RT-N56U coming off a Vigin super hub 2 would this be any better? I know it's AC so should be faster but it's more about coverage for me as I live in an old house with brick walls.

Well had it in my basket while I thought about it, now gone unavailable.

That's gone quickly! Shame. That'll Teach me to put HUKD down for 10 mins!

nbuuifx

I've been having a few issues with my current router so looking to … I've been having a few issues with my current router so looking to replace.The current router is a D-Link Dir 825.It had a USB port but you had to install special software to use it - is this the same or can you access media on a pen drive via an IP address or similar?This says it can do both 5ghz and 2.4ghz simultaneously to give faster speeds - do you need any special hardware on the computer side of things to do this?My issues at the moment are dropouts - I will have full signal then suddenly I get limited internet, then suddenly I'm not connected at all. I have to reset the connection and it all works perfectly again. Not noticed it on phones etc but it occurs on both laptops (one Windows 10, and one Windows 7).It take it this router would be a good option to try and fix the above?



tp-link.com/en/…tml to set up the media function

the drop outs may be caused by congestion and or the wrong wireless channel

dan666

Well had it in my basket while I thought about it, now gone unavailable.


Me too. That will teach me to deliberate for something that was only £22. :-)

Aaaaaaand it's gone
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