Although we are increasingly using other connections, access to the Internet via a telephone connection is also still enjoying some interest. If you are looking for an inexpensive router that will provide you with good transfers, then the Mercusys MW300D may interest you.
It's no wonder if you don't associate this manufacturer. Mercusys debuted on the Polish market only a few months ago. So we hurry with the explanation that this is a brand that TP-Link has created to provide decent routers and other network devices for a small amount of money – for those who do not require fountains, but expect good quality. The latest equipment in its catalog is Mercusys MW300D, so – as we wrote in the title – a cheap router to Neostrada.
Mercusys MW300D is a cheap router for Neostrada in Wi-Fi 4 standard
Wi-Fi 4 (i.e. 802.11n) is not the latest wireless standard, but you will achieve transfers up to 300 Mb / s, which in most cases should be sufficient speed. If necessary you can also use three LAN ports, located next to the RJ11 network socket. In this place it is worth mentioning support for ADSL2 + connections (as well as older ADSL2 and ADSL).
They make sure that the reach reaches every corner of the apartment two external antennas with omni-directional signal technology. In turn, for secure transmission – WPA2-PSK encryption. The manufacturer also boasts a simple configuration, a WPS button that facilitates pairing of devices, and the ability to create an additional Wi-Fi network for guests.
What does cheap ADSL2 + router mean, or how much does the Mercusys MW300D cost?
The price of the Mercusys MW300D router is less than PLN 80, so it is an amount that everyone can afford. Let's add that the manufacturer covers the equipment with a two-year warranty.
Source: Mercusys, Grayling
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