This is an unboxing, review, teardown disassembly, and setup tutorial of a free demo unit received from TP-Link, for testing and feedback, as part of their review program. TP-Link’s Archer C2300 is a dual-band Wi-Fi AC2300 router capable of simultaneous 1,625Mbps @5GHz plus 600Mbps @2.4GHz. This router offers all the features and performance an average household would typically need. If you like bargains, the C2300 is cost effective and value packed with high-end modern useful features. It’s powered by a 1.8GHz dual-core Broadcom CPU with 2 co-processors, and incorporates performance enhancing features like 3x3 MU-MIMO, Range Boost and Beamforming, NitroQAM, Smart Connect, Airtime Fairness, a built-in VPN Server, Link Aggregation, and USB Media Sharing. It’s a good economical balance between outstanding performance and moderate cost. The C2300 beats the competition and is the best router offered at its price point. Unless your needs are rather extreme it’s a router you should seriously consider.