Summary: After a long time trying to get it to work the cable supplied with it turned out to be open circuit. I only found this as I was able to borrow a cable from a neighbour. This was notified to TP-link by email and a replacement requested but they only told me to go 'buy one in a shop'. I pointed out that as I live in the country I am an hour's journey away and didn't even know what to ask for, but they were very unhelpful and refused to supply a replacement.
Summary: Excellent for travel, its tiny and works a treat especially when hotel only provides an ethernet cable for internet, and you've no ability to connect your i device. Only issue is setting the device up initially, as its quite confusing. Also as this is only used occasionally, I always seem to forget the settings.
Summary: Only just received this router, but it worked straight out of the box and needed no set up. Desktop, iPad, Kindle Fire and phones all connected first time and hold signal well. Range is also very good as there is a strong signal on both floors of the house. Only needed for holiday use but very impressed so far.
Summary: This Tiny router was smaller than I anticipated, however the size should not be the deal breaker, if anything a bonus. This Device performed Perfectly in its 'AP' (access point mode) mode which allowed me to create a small wifi network in my office from my ethernet port in my wall. Also can be used in router mode and 3G/4G mode but as I wont be needing those settings I have not meddled. However, as a basic Wifi router this really does the job.
Summary: Great for all manner of uses.... giving wifi connection to a device that only has a fixed Ethernet port; creating your own wifi hotspot in a hotel that only provided fixed Ethernet (or their own wifi is really flaky!); using 3G/4G broadband from a dongle or smartphone and feeding it into an Ethernet LAN; etc! Very very handy to have around, though some configs take time to get right.
Summary: We use these for our mobile network racks, along with 4G dongles for Internet access. They provide DHCP as well as a basic firewall and acts as router. The 3G and 4G works very well (3G/4G signal permitting, of course) and the Wi-Fi range is pretty good too. We use these to create stand-alone mobile networks for a variety of devices when working remotely, including AMX, Crestron, Extron, Laptops (Win 7 , Win 8, Win 8.1), Android Tablets, IOS Tablets (iPads), etc.
Summary: I access the internet at home using a dongle because it's much cheaper than broadband and line rental. Not sure of the reason but I experience a faster and more secure connection broadcasting wifi using this than I do from plugging the dongle in directly. Setup was quick and painless, with clear instructions provided.