Netgear JNR N150 vs TP-LINK TL N150 Wireless Routers Comparison

If you want to access your internet from anywhere in your house or office then you will need a Wireless Router given that your modem is not Wi-fi enabled. Wireless Routers are very common nowadays and they have also become very cheap.

For home and basic use any entry level WiFi router will do the job nicely but here also you should make your choice carefully as the market is full of cheap wireless routers that do not offers satisfactory performance. But there are two budget WiFi routers that offers exceptional good performance at an affordable price. They are Netgear JNR1010 N150 and TP-LINK TL-WR740N 150 Wirelss Routers.

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A person often gets confused between them on which WiFi router to choose for his home as both of them are equally good. So here I am making a detailed comparison between the two.

Comparison of Netgear JNR1010 N150 and TP-LINK TL-WR740N 150 Wireless Routers

Feature

Netgear JNR1010 N150

TP-LINK TL-WR740N 150

Maximum Speed 150 Mbps 150 Mbps
LAN/WAN 10/100 10/100
LAN Ports 4 4
WAN Ports 1 1
Firewall NAT (Network Address Translation), SPI (Stateful Packet Inspection) DoS, SPI, NAT, IP Address Filter, MAC Address Filter, Domain Filter, IP and MAC Address Binding
Antennae Capacity 5 dBI (Improved WiFi Coverage) 5 dBI
Price Range Rs. 1.1k – 1.3k Rs. 1k – 1.2k

Well both WiFi routers are almost similar in features and performance. Also it is very easy to configure them with your modem. Build quality of Negear Router is better than the TP-Link model. Also Routers do not gets heated even if you keep them running 24 hours a day. Price difference is very marginal between the two WiFi routers. From my point of view Netgear has a little edge in terms of performance and robustness as I have used both of them.


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