Even the TP-Link website doesn't say that the ports are 10/100 until you go to the specifications. That's some grade A level Marketing right there. They always say "speeds up to.." That's their way out right there. That's pretty much lying in my books too.thelasthunter wrote: ↑ Yeah, that makes total sense. I'm just left wondering how these companies get away with their deceptive advertising. The c20 prominently states 5GHz 433Mbps, and c50 also says 5GHz = 867Mbps. If both models are only capable of 100mbps wifi than this is what they should state clearly in the sales description.
At least you can return the routers.
I would suggest to look around at ASUS, D-Link, and Netgear routers as well. I have had bad experience with a TP-Link wifi extender where the wifi kept on dropping out. I had to reset the extender once a week. When my desktop was hardwired to the extender it was fine. It was just the wifi that was giving me problem. Keep in mind that people are going to have good and bad experiences with all of the companies that I listed there. I'm just throwing those company names out there for you since I've had good experience with them.
"You're only as dumb as you look"