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Tenda AC2100 Smart WiFi Router AC19 – Dual Band Gigabit Wireless (up to 2033 Mbps) Internet Router for Home | 4 LAN Ports+1 USB Port | 4X4 MU-MIMO…


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  • PROVIDES SPEED UP TO 2033 MBPS It supports 802.11ac wave2 technology and provides WiFi speed up to 2033Mbps (2.4 GHz: 300Mbps, 5GHz: 1733Mbps) to achieve the best performance for your fiber internet connection. Get the most out of your gigabit fiber internet.
  • STABLE WIFI PERFORMANCE Connects up to 40 devices, handles the demands of every device in your home. Reliably streaming videos, gaming, surf the internet, IPTV, link smart home devices, easily set up and remotely manage Your Home network by Tenda WiFi APP.
  • EXCEPTIONAL WIFI COVERAGE With 46 dBi external antennas and four data streams of 5Ghz band, the AC19 can provide optimized long range WiFi and better 5GHz WiFi signal, and expand the WiFi coverage. Works with Alexa.
  • USB PORT FOR MEDIA SHARING AC19 has a multi-function USB interface, it supports sharing storage and more. You can share movies and photos in the storage once it is connected to the hard disk, AC19 makes sharing happiness with families and friends easy.
  • BUILT-IN SIGNAL AMPLIFIER Wireless signal boosting technology both on 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands broadens your WiFi coverage and brings a faster processing speed and provides optimized operation.

Specification: Tenda AC2100 Smart WiFi Router AC19 – Dual Band Gigabit Wireless (up to 2033 Mbps) Internet Router for Home | 4 LAN Ports+1 USB Port | 4X4 MU-MIMO…

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Item Weight

‎12.8 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎9.41 x 5.68 x 1.59 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎9.41 x 5.68 x 1.59 inches




‎240 Volts


‎Tenda Technology

Country of Origin


Date First Available

‎August 3, 2020

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12 reviews for Tenda AC2100 Smart WiFi Router AC19 – Dual Band Gigabit Wireless (up to 2033 Mbps) Internet Router for Home | 4 LAN Ports+1 USB Port | 4X4 MU-MIMO…

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  1. Amazing

    Purchased this for my daughter’s apartment. Extremely easy to set up and configure, and the signal is strong enough and fast enough from the loft of the apartment to allow her to watch Wi-Fi television in the downstairs living room. As long as it doesn’t break I couldn’t be happier.

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  2. BookLover

    I have 300mbps internet and my 3 month old tp-link ac1900 was good until now noticed 2.4 speed were under 34mbps and 5g was around 140mbps even after reseting. Then after installing the tenda required me to reset my cable modem and the wifi and after modifying some things on the software my 2.4 speeds was 64mbps (expected at least 150mbps) but I guess that’s enough though, now the 5g was really good got 340mbps!
    Can’t say this the best wifi on the market but it does the job.

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  3. scuba steve

    Router worked for a week, started dropping connection, and finally settled on power cycling every 3 minutes or so. Worst part was I trusted this thing. I changed modems, had outer lines checked, checked my inner lines before realizing it was the router.

    The problems I’ve had with this are endless, had to restart the modem and router 3 times each when I first plugged it in, the wifi signal was weaker than a 100 year old grandma, everything had to be set to static IPs or they would only connect sometimes, every time I connected a smart home device the router would break and I’d have to mess with it for a hour before it started working again. All these might have been from the fact I got a bad one but for the extra 20 dollars it cost to get a brand name router I wouldn’t take the chance again

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  4. Big boy

    I purchased this router in the hopes that it will perform well for my new internet subscription of 300mbps. The router worked fine only for devices connected thru LAN, however, all my wireless devices can connect to this router but does not provide me the internet connection. It always says that I am “CONNECTED, NO INTERNET” from my wireless settings from all my android devices. I even tried to do a factory reset for my Samsung Galaxy A71 but the results are still the same. I reviewed and double checked the configuration of this router and it is in accordance to the best of my knowledge. After 1 day of use, I finally decided not to continue using this router, instead I purchased a TP-Link AC1750 Archer C7 with a difference of CA$5.00 more and it works flawless with simple and understandable on-line installation guide. Since I encountered a technical issue with this router, I did now even bothered to call a tech support, thus, I give it s 1 star.

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  5. Thomas Gabro

    Initially, I was going to give this a 4 star review due to some complications with initially setting up the router but after the couple hurdles this router outperformed what I expected. I ended up messing with router (and connection) while trying to connect my printer and contacted my ISP which was no help. I called Tenda Tech support and Manish was absolutely wonderful. He got to the source of the issue after some explanation of what has transpired on my end and resolved our connectivity problems along with helping my setup the printer within minutes of the inquiry. Apparently holding the WPS on the back of the router resets the settings/profile saved and this was the issue causing us not to having any internet via Wifi.

    Overall: Good product with great customer/tech support!

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  6. jashanjot s.

    Value for money.
    Easy to set up.
    Extended range over previous ISP router.
    Using with mutiple units.
    Unit exceeds the capability of my current hardware suite.
    Happy camper.

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  7. Bill Armstrong

    Been using it in a one bedroom apt and of course it works great

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  8. chema

    I use this router as an extension spot from my normal router. It comes with a really easy setup and it made a huge difference. The main reason I got it was because my pc needed an ethernet and my router was all the way across the house. The only problem I have noticed is that sometimes I will have an extremely low upload speed. I’m not sure if this is because I’m wirelessly connecting it or another reason. I don’t have gigabit wifi in my house yet so I get about 350 mbps on average with this router which is incredible for an extender. I’m hoping that soon I will be able to run a wire to my router in order to unlock it’s full potential. I did have just have a small problem but I was able to contact support and Shubham was able to help me solve this little issue with no problems.

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  9. DooDoo

    Ok, will see with time if it works good

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  10. Allan Aguilar

    Router description says max 2 gbps speed, but the maximum speed I get over the 5G channel is 300 mbps. I checked with the speed of my modem directly with the ethernet, it does give me 950 mbps max speed, but not over wifi.

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  11. Amazing

    That’s amazing! The best WiFi router I’ve never had! With COVID-19 still working at home that I realize I had to get rid off my old wifi router. The 2.4GHz band offers better range but operates at a lower frequency than the 5GHz band……Anyway, absolutely good value for money .

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  12. TrevorJ

    This router worked decently, but not much better than the old one I bought this to replace, which was the one provided by my ISP that had no external antennas. The 5GHz range was about the same, if not shorter. But the signal was more reliable and did not drop often, like with my old router. At the far end of my apartment, where the previous router struggled with the 5GHz signal, this one did too. It just didn’t disconnect, but it did slow down. Even with the “signal boosting” enabled. Decent enough. However, I had no idea this router was made in Shenzhen, China, and due to this, I’ve sent it back.

    Most routers are made in China. Most electronics these days are. Even the Apple iPhone. But if numerous Chinese apps, cell phones (Huawei) and programs have been banned by numerous countries due to security concerns (remember the thing with TikTok?), a router may pose an even more serious risk. I’m not saying this is fact regarding this brand, but after a bit of research, it is a valid possibility. Routers made in China (even some sold by Walmart and other large retailers) have, in the past, been found to contain hidden back doors, vulnerabilities to hackers and susceptibilities to malware such as Mirai. Some able to connect to and control devices on the network. This malware was responsible for DDoS attacks such as one in 2016 that left much of the internet inaccessible on the US East coast. You should look it up.

    Setting up this router was very easy, but almost too easy. It took only a few steps, and various settings were not even shown in the process. Sure, it’s more convenient, but somewhat suspicious to me that more advanced settings aren’t even shown in the app. For example, on my new ASUS router, the app asks you if you want to enable/disable remote access during setup. You should always disable this unless you need to access your router from outside your home for some reason. Otherwise, it’s just an unnecessary vulnerability. The Tenda app didn’t ask at all, and I didn’t see anything about it in the app settings either. This router’s spec’s says it’s capable of remote access, so why aren’t the settings for it more noticeable? Most users probably don’t even know the feature exists, let alone if it’s enabled. Instead of trying to figure out how to check if it was on, I’d rather not deal with this router at all.

    All your data that flows over your Wi-Fi, from each connected device, goes through your router. That includes passwords, CC numbers, identity data, and more. To me, it’s not worth the possible risk if I can just avoid it by spending a little more for one that’s less likely to be a risk. But there’s the issue, it’s very hard to find a router that’s not made in China. Even some better known brands are produced there, even if the company is based in the US. It takes quite a bit of research to find out which ones aren’t.

    Aside from the possible security risks, I also don’t like supporting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and their various human rights violations. Buying from China is literally sending money to the CCP to make weapons, concentration camps, artificial islands used to claim sovereignty over resources in the South China Sea instead of sharing them with neighboring nations, and taking money out of the US economy. But I get it. It’s cheaper to produce in China, and that brings us cheaper prices. But would you pay more, if that money was going into factories in the US or allied nations instead of the massive Shenzhen industrial complex? I would, if I could.

    So after a bit of research, I found that the best comparable router I could find that’s not made in China is an ASUS (AX1800), which is made in Taiwan. The specs are even a little better, and it’s a Wi-Fi 6 router, although twice the price of this one. The signal strength for 5GHz was noticeably stronger and reached farther, and was more stable. So it was worth it. And no, Taiwan is not China, or governed by the CCP. If you think so, I suggest you do some research so you can be more aware of who and what you support. Try not to be blinded by consumerism, as this is dangerous even if it’s not clear today how putting huge amounts of revenue into the pockets of foreign dictatorships will affect our future.

    The ASUS app is also much more robust, with more settings and features. There are also other support apps available. The quality of the router itself seems higher as well, but the main thing is that the signal is definitely just better and setting up security settings was much easier. There are even further security features such as AiProtection and in the router app, it also gives recommendations to various settings that affect security, worded so even the novice user can understand them. Or at least lead you to a starting point for looking it up. Comparing this to the Tenda app, the differences are clear. Compared to the ASUS app, the Tenda app looks like a toy. I’m not sure the “signal boosting” feature even does anything. You don’t always get what you pay for. Sometimes it’s actually cheaper than you’d expect. But in my opinion, it’s better to pay more to avoid potential security risks, no matter how probable, and support what you believe in.

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