TrendNet 300Mbps Wireless-N Home Router TEW-731BR

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  • Wireless-N technology
  • Up to 300Mbps data transfer rates
  • Compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g standards
  • About this item

    The TEW-731BR TrendNet 300Mbps Wireless-N Home Router provides enhanced speed and coverage to allow you to share files, play games and stream videos without being tied down with cords. It features two fixed external antennas that deliver high-speed performance. The Embedded GREENnet technology on this TrendNet router reduces power consumption, which saves energy. Featuring MIMO technology, it offers great coverage while reducing wireless dead spots. The Wi-Fi Protected Setup lets you connect to other wireless adapters with a one-touch wireless connection. This Wireless-N router has a universal plug-and-play feature that supports device configuration of Internet applications. The WMM Quality of Service technology prioritizes gaming, Internet calls and video streams. This home wireless router provides extra security with its built-in Internet Access Control. The LEDs located on the front of the device show the device's status.

    TRENDnet TEW-731BR 300Mbps Wireless-N Home Router:

    • Wireless-N technology
    • Up to 300Mbps data transfer rates
    • TrendNet router is compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g standards
    • Built-in 4-port 10/100Mbps Ethernet switch for wired connection of up to 4 computers
    • Advanced wireless security of up to WPA2-RADIUS
    • GREENnet technology reduces power consumption by up to 50% on this Wireless-N router
    • Firewall features Network Address Translation (NAT)
    • Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) for auto discovery and support for device configuration of Internet applications
    • Dynamic DNS Client for dynamic Internet IP resolution
    • Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) Quality of Service (QoS) data prioritization


    Platform: PC
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: TEW-731BR
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 1.86
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 10.0 x 8.0 x 3.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported
    Walmart No.: 551906224

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    For $36 Should Handle Any Home Networking Need

    Customer review by rkmiller

    5.0 stars by rkmiller

    Replaced a Cisco E2400 Dual-Band with this because I was getting some frequent networking errors and drops in service. Figured the old KISS principle would work -- I also have a TrendNet gaming adapter hooked to a Toshiba Blu-Ray player and was impressed with its performance. Basically the same as the Cisco, except it only broadcasts in the 2.4 Ghz range, but that is sufficient unless you are running a lot of older microwave ovens nearby (they emit radio waves in the same spectrum). Easy to set up and has more capacity for devices (101-199) on DHCP than the Cisco (100-149). Also liked the fact that as devices join, they are given the next unused address, e.g. 101, then 102... whereas the Cisco would skip a few intervening addresses or even go to the end. Has an off-on switch which is convenient for resetting. The web page manager (, i.e. the router) is somewhat daunting for users not versed in internet/networking protocol, but the help topics attached to each page explain well what each feature/setting does. I do recommend using the DHCP reservation table once a device is given an address so a new device or a guest in the house doesn't glom onto that address if that device is turned off. Finally, wireless throughput is good -- have noticed an improvement in Netflix loading. As to not having wired Gigabit ethernet ports (they are 10/100), that should not be problem for the typical user. Security tip: after getting it set up and all your devices on board, go to the router manager app and disable the SSID broadcast. This keeps other people from "seeing" your network, though you can still access it (like a guest using a smart phone) by entering the SSID name and passphrase.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:Every day
    works super

    Customer review by gabedean

    5.0 stars by gabedean

    easy to instal ,about 10 min.,good signal,really cheap price for the quality.......

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    Reasonable price, good-to-average speed

    Customer review by freevilly

    4.0 stars by freevilly

    Reasonable price. May not get entire 300Mbps speed though. My comcast modem shows blue light when I connect my laptop directly to comcast modem, indicating full speed vs. orange light when trendnet wireless router is connected to comcast modem indicating not full network speed. In general streaming is slower when connected to trendnet router compared to connecting directly to comcast device (Guess I should have gone for 1Gbps one) For other activities the speed is ok, so not bad at all.

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    Age:25 - 34
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    by TucsonanWants2know 6/26/2012
    • It would be rare for any website to allow over 100Mbps streaming to any individual IP, at the consumer level. But, to answer your question, 300Mbps is the theoretical maximum for "all" of your wireless devices. If you had a 100Mbps broadband maximum for three devices, and all three of those devices were using the internet at the same time via wifi, each device would be limited to 1/3 of that maximum, limiting each device to 33Mbps. If you have 4 devices, you would be limited to 25Mbps, again, assuming all devices were actively downloading. If someone had a 150Mbps broadband connection, they might be affected by such a limitation. Thus is the reason for 300Mbps wireless, even though individual LAN's are limited to 100Mbps. Plus, ethernet basically has 3 standards (10, 100, and 1000), so there is no 300Mbps Ethernet in existence. You can get routers with 1Gbps Ethernet connections, but they cost more. This router is designed as a budget router for those whose needs are met by the specification.
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    • As I understand it the 300 Mbps refers to the total broadcast capacity of the router -- like an A/V system which says 600 watts but is divided among 6 speakers. The 10/100 for Ethernet has been a long-time standard and should be sufficient for data transfer needs (e.g. photos), but heavier usage might want a Gigabit port. Note that the throughput rate for each port is 10/100.
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