Dziś Konrad prezentuje Wam router od TP-LINK, którym możemy sterować czy też zmieniać ustawienia poprzez wbudowany ekran dotykowy! Sprawdźcie, czy Touch P5 to dobre urządzenie, czy przesył danych jest odpowiedni oraz ile maksymalnie urządzeń może obsłużyć – odpowiedź w materiale. 🙂

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TP-Link Touch P5 summary

Routers was once mysterious, esoteric, inscrutable boxes of lingo and pain. As a result of consecutive generations of refinement, though, they’re now much easier to configure and use than in the past. In spite of this, anything which makes routers more pleasant to set up and take care of is really desired, so I had high expectations for the TP-Link Touch P5. This router, as its name implies, features a touch-screen for hassle-free set up.

The 4.3″ touch-screen has a resolution of 480 by 272 pixels and was reasonably responsive to our prods, strokes and swipes. Its interface looks very like iOS with the same grid of icons acting as a home screen, and an nearly identical typography and menu style. It’s this familiar structure that makes the touch-screen interface user-friendly and uncomplicated.

HARDWARE
Modem function None
Wi-Fi standard 802.11ac
Bands 2.4GHz, 5GHz
Stated speed 1300Mbit/s
Security WPA2-PSK2
Upgradable antenna Yes
WAN ports 1
LAN ports 4x 10/100/1000Mbit/s
USB ports 1x USB3, 1x USB2
Wall mountable Yes
Sizes 52x284x157

SOFTWARE
Guest networks 2
Media server DLNA
USB services Print sharing, NAS
DDNS services Dyndns, NO-IP

Purchase INFORMATION
Price including VAT £135
Warranty 2 years
Supplier www.currys.co.uk
Details uk.tp-link.com
Part code Touch P5

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