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Meet the TP-LINK Archer C7 AC1750 DD-WRT FlashRouter, a networking centerpiece with power and style for future-proofing a WiFi network and raising it to next-gen Wireless-AC standards. The latest of our TP-Link Wireless-AC DD-WRT Routers prepares your network for all of the latest devices while still offering full support for legacy devices (Wireless-G) and providing top-level dual band Wireless-N speeds.
Recommended For: 4-5 users looking for high quality video streaming on 7-10 connected devices. Ideal for wireless connections in medium-sized homes.
The Archer C7 model bumps the internal processor to a 720MHz Atheros CPU , making it competitive with our top tier of DD-WRT Routers.
Processing is the key to high-performance routing, and this router has room to burn and grow as streaming video demands become increasingly more intensive. For VPN users, a large processor is an imperative component for the constant encryption and decryption the router will need to perform. The better the processor, the faster the VPN encrypted information can get to you.
Offering the highest available dual band wireless speeds with up to 1750 Mbps Wireless-AC, the Archer C7 and its eight internal antennas deliver the fastest performance for handling a large amount of connected devices. Compatible with Wireless-N/A/B/G/H devices like Xbox Ones, Smart TVs, iPads, PS4s, and even old laptops - and also a great boon for those looking for high quality HD video streaming or improved Skype video chat/FaceTime, - the Archer C7 TPLINK DDWRT is created to handle it and more!
Sale price $169.99
Forget spending hours deciphering and testing the DD-WRT forums/website/Wiki for the correct hardware version and proper build only to discover that you've improperly flashed your device and bricked it.
FlashRouters offers what many router manufacturers won't: better firmware plus basic network and VPN service configuration assistance from responsive and highly trained USA tech support that will actually answer your questions.