TP-Link Archer T9E Reviews

TP-Link Archer T9E
$105.96 - $139.90 from 25 retailers
User Reviews: 
 3.7
 
 

I only managed -70dBm or worse which was not sufficient for a fast and reliable ...

 
1.0
Verdict: This card seems reasonably well made and uses a Broadcom wifi chip (BCM4360) that is capable of high throughput. However in my particular installation signal strength on 5GHz was insufficient. I only managed -70dBm or worse which was not sufficient for a fast and reliable connection.

Read full review at Amazon
1 month ago
Amazon
 

Works for Xubuntu Linux.. after some workaround.

 
4.0
Verdict: Bought this to be used on a Linux desktop running Xubuntu 16.04 LTS 4.13.0-41-generic kernel. Didn't work out of the box unfortunately. However, since the one I got (just in case it varies) uses Broadcom BCM4360 chipset, installing broadcom-sta-dkms driver solves the issue and enables me to use the...

Read full review at Amazon
2 months ago
Amazon
 

My dual band AC router is about three floors down ...

 
5.0
Verdict: My dual band AC router is about three floors down and I'm getting about 75-80% of my rated ISP bandwidth in the room I'm typing this review on. Ping response is same as hard line. Solid buy.

Read full review at amazon.ca
3 months ago
amazon.ca
 

Not Suitable for Linux

 
5.0
Verdict: This Adapter uses a Broadcom 4360 chip which has very limite support for Linux systems. Linux drivers (and this chip) do not support AP mode. Therefore, it cannot be used a an access point. It can only be used to connect to a router.

Read full review at Micro Center
8 months ago
Micro Center
 

Your best PCI adaptor is nothing but false expectations

 
5.0
Pros: Easy To Set Up
Cons: Performance doesn't come close to specifications, Signal strength is only average, Speed is unstable
Verdict: Your 24/7 tech support is exactly like seeing your HMO doctor - less than 2 minutes on the phone with no experience to diagnose my problem. They love to send you links with no real solutions.

Read full review at TP-Link
8 months ago
TP-Link
 

TP-Link Archer T9E Dual-Band AC1900 PCI-E Wi-Fi Adapter

 
1.0
Verdict: works great in linux

Read full review at PB Tech
1 year ago
PB Tech
 

Works flawlessly on Windows 10

 
1.0
Verdict: Previous reviews state that this product is not compatible with Windows 10, but I have just installed it with no issues using the driver on the manufacturer's website. No complaints so far; I've got a solid and fast connection.

Read full review at scan.co.uk
1 year ago
scan.co.uk
 
 
5.0
Pros: great range and fast speeds
Cons: wish the product has the option to extend the antennas to the top of the case like the Asus cards
Verdict: I have an AC2400 router, and originally my D-Link Extreme N wireless card was only getting 3 to 5 mbps Download speed while my PC was in the bastement... I pay for 100mbps from Roger's, after upgrading to this card in the bastement at the opposite side of the house, I have full reception and pull 50...

Read full review at NCIX.com
1 year ago
NCIX.com
 
 
5.0
Verdict: this was ordered for a present. the use of your web site is easy and this was shipped out in a timely manner thank you

Read full review at Adorama
2 years ago
Adorama
 

Outstanding Adapter

 
5.0
Verdict: I needed an adapter for a computer that I was working on, in the garage. The Netgear USB adapter was too light duty to get a signal from my Netgear router in my condo. When I connected this T9E, I was amazed.

Read full review at B&H Photo
2 years ago
B&H Photo
 

Not seeing much difference

 
4.0
Pros: Connects to the router quickly when I boot up. Quality head sink but is it really needed? Drivers worked well. No drops in connectivity
Cons: Won't work without installing a driver so not "plug and play" compatible like most components are. I expected some settings and such from the software but apparently it must not work with Win10 because nothing was installed beyond the driver.
Verdict: Overall it's not a bad unit. For the price I paid, I expected it to be faster than the previous wireless card. I think I could have saved money by just using the G/N card I already had in the computer since the connection speed and signal are identical.
2 years ago
Newegg
Powered by TestFeaks