TP-Link Archer T9E Reviews

TP-Link Archer T9E
$101.15 - $139.90 from 27 retailers
Manufacturer: TP-Link
User Reviews: 
 3.7
 
 

Connected to 5g and signal was terrible, lost connection during speed test

 
5.0
Verdict: Received item today, installed drivers. Connected to 5g and signal was terrible, lost connection during speed test. switched to 2.4 and I get 4 bars, the speeds are a bit slower than my 40$ Linksys dongle, I will give this a little more time and see how the stability is. Disappointed so far.

Read full review at amazon.ca
1 month ago
amazon.ca
 

What a waste.

 
1.0
Verdict: Will not work with the latest build of windows 10. I had it working with a previous windows 10 but then they updated and it ruined everything. Not worth the headache every time they update the operating system. Use on windows 7 or something. What a waste.

Read full review at Amazon
1 month ago
Amazon
 

After a couple of weeks of use I ended up ...

 
4.0
Verdict: After a couple of weeks of use I ended up returning the unit for a refund due primarily due to it having real difficulty working on the 5Ghz range. I found other people online who had similar problems and it seems to be caused by the card's inability to detect and connect to a wifi network that's...

Read full review at Amazon
4 months ago
Amazon
 

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
5 months ago
Micro Center
 

don't buy if you have windows 10 or going to get windows 10

 
5.0
Pros: Works fine on windows 7
Cons: plug and play compatible with Windows 10
Verdict: i'm tired of buying products that keeps getting sold in stores when new OS comes out they don't support it but they still sell the products this is actually the second time this happened to me not with same company

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

TP-LINK Archer T9E AC1900 Wireless Dual Band PCI Express 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
 

Doesn't play well with Windows 10!

 
5.0
Verdict: I had no issue getting the card to *install* in Win 10, but speed/stability is generally *terrible* and the Utility to control the card is listed as only compatible with Win 8.1 and previous. Device manager shows the installed driver dated 2/6/14 (before even Win 10 preview was out!).
1 year ago
B&H Photo
 

Pros

 
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
 

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
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