Wireless Lite N Router offers good performance.
Nice set of networking features.
Easy-to-use Web interface.
Throughput caps at only 150Mbps.
It doesn't have a USB port for external storage or print serving features.
By Expert Reviews on June 16, 2010
With a ridiculously low price, decent wireless speeds and all the features most users will ever need, this budget router deserves to be a best seller....80
By Tom's Hardware UK on April 20, 2010
On the other hand, all of that simplicity makes for a very quick setup. Just for giggles, we handed the router to a total networking newbie here at the office and asked her to set it up. She had it running in under 20 minutes. And to TP-Link’s credit,...-
By ComputerPowerUser on January 01, 2010
Throughput with the TL-WR741ND was an erratic mess, seeming to spend most of its time around 7Mbps but often throwing up spikes into the 30 to 40Mbps range. Nevertheless, performance is roughly on par with Belkin’s 150 counterpart. Ultimately, you have...60
By cnet on October 26, 2009
The TP-Link TL-WR741ND Wireless Lite N Router makes a great entry-level Wireless-N router at an affordable price. Read full...73
By PC Advisor on September 17, 2009
While it might not be the fastest wireless router on the market, the TP-Link TL-WR741ND's has good features and it's highly affordable. It’s probably one of the most inexpensive 802.11n-type routers on the market, even if it isn’t a...70
By Good Gear Guide on September 17, 2009
It may only support 802.11n Lite, but TP-Link’s TL-WR741ND is a suitable upgrade for anyone still using 802.11g. It can be found for a price between $60-70 online, but if you can afford to spend a few dollars more on an full-blown 802.11n router,...70