Great wireless and wired performance.
Intuitive and easy to use web GUI.
Easy software based setup.
Easy to install.
Good WIFI connection.
Would be nice to see application based QoS controls.
Dissconnection issues from time to time even at close range.
Media Server is a bit buggy.
By Channel Pro on October 19, 2011
A wireless-n router with Gigabit Ethernet that costs less than £40, the TP-Link TL-WR1043ND is tempting indeed You might expect a low cost router to sacrifice features to hit its budget. But there's little on the TP-Link TL-WR1043ND's...60
By Zath UK on September 13, 2011
0I’ve been in the market for a new router myself recently, and I have to say it’s an increasingly tricky decision to get right in this modern world of dual-band, gigabit and all sorts of other mind-boggling jargon. Anyway, once you’ve...-
By DreamWare Computers on August 28, 2011
Buying an internet router can be a costly investment for some people. There's lots of great looking models with low price tags, but a cheap router can cause nothing but headaches for your internet usage. They often have outdated 10/100Mbits switches...-
By Rbmods.com on August 26, 2011
Looking at these results we have got we can say that we have a fairly good router on our hands. We were able to walk around the whole apartment without any dissconnections like our older D-link had issues with, we were even able to stand behind 2...-
By PC Advisor on August 23, 2011
We were extremely impressed by the TP-Link TL-WR1043ND. It performed well, it has most things we'd need from a wireless router, and it's excellent value for money too. Aside from the lack of dual-band wireless, the only other criticism we have...90
By ThinkComputers on August 03, 2011
TP-LINK’s TL-WR1043ND may not be the first router the girls look at, and probably won’t take first in every race. However, it is a serious contender on all levels. It provides a fast and stable connection to all connected devices, an...90
By MadShrimps on July 06, 2011
The TP-LINK TL-WR1043ND Ultimate Wireless N Gigabit router managed to deliver very good speeds when transferring data to one computer to another inside the LAN (wired connection) and decent WiFi speeds while testing with different USB Wireless adapter...95
By TechRadar on May 20, 2011
Just £42 for a superfast modem? Seems fishy. That's the price you'd pay for a standard Wireless G router, not a dual-band Wireless N model. The TP-Link TL-WR1043ND – one heck of a mouthful – isn't actually a dual-band...80
By TechwareLabs on April 26, 2011
After installing and configuring this router many different times with different configuration options, I really enjoyed working with this router. It has all the features of a high-end router, the LAN speed to keep up with the latest...-
By PC Authority on June 11, 2010
Cheap with plenty of features, but the TP-Link TL-WR1043ND range is poor...50