TP-Link shows a fleet of beautiful network connectivity devices, we go hands-on

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TP-Link shows a fleet of beautiful network connectivity devices, we go hands-on

No matter how big or small your network related needs may be, TP-Link appears to be up to the task. The network equipment manufacturer has unleashed a horde of new gear at CES. First up to bat is the AC1750 dual band gigabit router, which features dual USB sharing ports and is capable of wireless speeds of up to 1,750Mbps. Set to release sometime in Q2, the AC1750 is also equipped with a built-in media server that allows users to stream and share media through a PC, PS3, or Xbox 360.

Next on the company's list of new products is its Mini Pocket Router. While moonlighting as a USB charger, this pint-sized device allows users to exchange and share files connected to the same local network. Reaching speeds of up to 300Mbps, this little router that could is slated to go on sale in Q3.

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If a cluster of cables are crowding your setup and you're looking to go wireless, TP-Link's new set of media adapters will attempt to cut the cord. Using dual band USB adapters, the N600 and AC600 convert Ethernet dependent devices to wireless. Both are targeting a release in Q2. Be sure to let these details settle in and if the aforementioned wasn't enough for you, feel free to swing by the source link below for a further look at TP-Link's new list of up and comers.

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