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Review on Enhance Your WiFi Coverage with Certified Refurbished TP-Link AX1500 WiFi Extender (RE505X) by Wiktor Marciniak ᠌

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Return my money! Disgusting product and poor quality.

Impressions are negative. The device positions itself as supporting the latest Wi-Fi 6 standard. But if this is a decisive factor for the purchase, then it is better to take something else, you are unlikely to see it in this device. And if it’s all the same for 6, don’t overpay in vain and take something from the well-proven Wi-Fi 5. The main trouble with re505x is that it cannot distinguish between connected Wi-Fi6 and Wi-Fi5 devices. The interface does not contain this information. 8022022ax only (wi-fi6) mode does not work. It’s a sinful thing to even start to think - is there this AX there at all, or is it just written on the box? The essence of the problem here is that any wi-fi5 device, when connected, switches any access point to wi-fi5 mode with the loss of wi-fi 6, respectively. And all his latest achievements. And do nothing about it. I repeat, 8022022ax only mode will not help, because it does not work. TP-Link on the official forum confirmed that the situation with 8022022ax is a bug, but 2 months have passed and now it's there. For your information, re505x costs 5000, while 2022-3000 for the usual 5 GHz from the same tp-link. In total: you pay twice for wi-fi 6, but you get regular wi-fi 5 and a support that, it seems, doesn’t care. This was the last time I bought something from TP-Link.

  • - persistent imposition of tp-link cloud service - 8022022ax only mode does not work - shows little information about connected devices - slow and uninterested technical support