Router TP-Link Nano TL-WR702N Review

Wi-Fi technology has got wide prevalence in recent years, offering convenient and efficient Internet connection. Nevertheless, when it comes about traveling to the remote sites, Wi-Fi connection might be poor or absent at all. The release of router TP-Link Nano TL-WR702N was called to solve the problem of poor signal or connectivity while on move. It enables the creation of a separate Internet access point or the amplification of the available signal.

Layout and Destination

TP-Link Nano TL-WR702N has been developed with good portability and simplicity of use in mind. It goes in blue, green and pink colors. The major peculiarity of this router is its dimensions: it's the most compact wireless model in the market which can be easily transported due to the hand-size properties. Irrespective of the size, the router proves to show outstanding efficiency in the accomplishment of all basic wireless applications.

Model Nano TL-WR702N is a multi-functional wireless network …

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Biostar, Taiwanese PC hardware guru, has recently launched a new mini-ITX motherboard entitled J1800NH2. The greenhorn is targeting mini-desktop entry-level systems, as well as field-specific platforms, such as information boards, point-of-sale terminals, slim clients, etc. It is compatible with Windows 7/8/8.1 OS and boasts the availability of capacitors with solid-state electrolyte. The recommended retail price makes up $76.

Biostar J1800NH2 is based on Bay Trail-D platform and comes with an integrated 4-core Intel Celeron J1800 processor, featuring 2 MB cache (L2). The CPU operates at 2.41 GHz clock frequency but might be overclocked up to 2.58 GHz margin. The model also boasts an integrated Intel HD Graphics chip that runs at 668 MHz (nominal)/792 MHz (overclocked) frequency. It is cooled by a small-sized aluminum heatsink, sustaining the specified 10 W TDP level.

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As distinct from the Nvidia’s elaboration, KFA GeForce GTX 970 Black Exoc Sniper boasts the integration of the factory-overclocked GPU. It operates at 1178/1329 MHz frequency (base/efficient), surpassing etalon 1051/1178 MHz showings. In order to cope with high power consumption and heat output, KFA2 has imbedded high-quality 5+2-phase power subsystem.

To continue, the model is ventilated by a two-slot Silence Extreme cooler. It consists of four nickel-plated copper heatpipes, aluminum heatsink, a rear backplate as well as a couple of 90-mm fans. On low loading, the system disables one of the fans to …
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