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Its A Trap! Admiral Ackbar Rebel Fleet Commander Star Wars Mini Poster 8" x 11"

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THANK YOU for checking us out. We have many poster available for purchase and more added all the time.

  • Poster measures approximately 8" x 11" 
  • Featuring High Gloss & will be thicker than paper
  • Most (but not all) posters will have a BONUS picture(s) on the back side. So in many cases you will actually be getting 2 posters in one! The bonus picture will be a nice surprise.
  • Photos of the poster shown is MY STOCK PHOTO
  • All poster sizes are approximate and should measure within 1/2" of stated measurement
  • Posters are original, not reproductions
  • Poster are in previously unused conditions and will be free of pin holes (aside from the staple hole(s) if noted), tape, glue, or any other blemishes
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Customer Reviews

Four and Half Stars
4.6 out of 5 stars based on 21 reviews
Five Stars
Love it!
I owned around 2 or 3 different travel routers before and each one worked but this is the best one so far. Cheap price, VPN support, USB Type-C Powered, Mini, I really love this router. First I want to say I like the side switch design, I am able to set it as a toggle to turn on or off WireGuard/OpenVPN client. I could control the VPN easily and do not need to visit the admin panel. The OpenVPN speed is about 10Mbps, it is not bad at all for its power and size and most hotels are limited the internet speed, it is enough for me to use at hotels and cafes. If you want a mini travel router for hotel or RV or café, it is a great choice for you.
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Four Stars
Too quirky... returned
The SFT1200 is very suitable for travelers who need to connect to different devices at different places. If you always stay in a different hotel, you will know that the WiFi is different. Some will let you use the Chromecast or AppleTV on their WiFi but some cannot because it needs to go thru a sign-in page. In this situation, you could visit the admin panel of the SFT1200 and disable the ”DNS Rebinding Attack Protection” then you could visit the hotel’s sign-in page. Also, the SFT1200 let me get the internet from the hotel wirelessly, and then I could share the internet to my devices through an ethernet cable. It is a very useful function for me.
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Five Stars
Love it!
I like the 3 gigabit ethernet ports. The GUI is friendly and rather intuitive. I plugged in a USB wireless dongle and it is recognized as tethering instead of a modem. I'm not using the wifi at the moment so I can't say how well it works. It's weird that it does not have individual LED status indicator, just a glowing panel, but this isn't a showstopper for me. Overall I think it will do the job for me. Previously I tried a lower-end device from the same company and some older routers.
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Five Stars
I love this little thing!
Was very easy to setup and use. Mobile app made setting up and using the WireGuard VPN simple. Very happy with the speeds and signal strength. Price point combined with the feature set make this an easy recommendation for me.
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Five Stars
works great!
Makes a novice very confused very little info on technical questions that average folks can't understand, seems to only change ip not ip servers
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Four Stars
README First: A very basic AP, works, very cheap, but don't expect it to hit 100mbps.
I set mine up in a hurry. I was in a hurry. Getting started guide made it super easy, got into the web interface, connected to the existing wifi and after a min or so I had "wired" internet in my bedroom for my gaming PC. Added a 8 port switch, plugged port 1 into the TP-Link, now my secondary PC and my M1 Mac Mini are all "hard wired". Using it on 5Ghz and have a great signal going through 2 walls. AP (bridge) is sitting ontop of one of my PC towers a few inches from the wall my desk is against. No problems. One cool feature I really like is you can schedule turning off the little green LED's between certain times. Just a really neat little feature for someone like me who's using it in a bedroom. It's DHCP server is set to AUTO by default. It was thankfully smart enough not to enable it since the router is already handing out IP addresses. I hard set it to OFF anyway. One little "gotcha", and not worth loosing a star over is the web interface URL no longer works after putting it into bridge mode. Instead you have to figure out what it's IP address is and go to it that way. But once you have it setup you shouldn't need to fuss with it. Been going for a week so far with no issues. I was planning on eventually running some Ethernet down the hall eventually, and I still might, but for now, this thing is faster than our Internet access anyway so may not do that for a long time. Hope this is helpful. Happy customer. <3
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Five Stars
Easy, inexpensive, powerful signal
There was no manual in the box but configuration was about as easy as you can make it. I scanned the QR code on the back of the device and was instantly connected. Then it was a simple matter of connecting to the web config to update the admin password. Perhaps I am making it sound a little easier than it might be for others, being a bit tech savvy. I logged into my router to see what the device IP was before I logged in. But I could see potentially how other people may not know how to do that. One thing that could potentially make it easier is if out of the box it was configured with captive portal. So once a user does connect to the wifi, they would get prompted to configure from their device. Range seems good. Bought this for my small office in my garage. The street is about 75 feet from the access point and I had decent signal. 5mbps, which is good enough for anything I need as I'm either pulling out of or into the driveway. One potential future issue is right out of the box, I can hear a little rattling on the inside of this thing. Like a small grain of sand or pebble is tumbling around. Could be nothing. Time will tell. The only complaint I really have is this. Although I bought this knowing that it did not support active POE. Whatever cost savings there might have been (if any, I have no clue)by not supporting active POE are probably lost and then some by including a passive adapter, which I will probably never use. And is now basically e-waste that I'll hoard for who knows how long.
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Five Stars
So far so good after 1 week of wireless bridge use.
I have a studio in my back yard that's too far from our router to reliably received a good signal. An ethernet cable runs from the router to the studio for my desktop computer. But I sometimes want wi-fi there as well for my laptop and and phone. Just tested it with the speedtest.net website. My wired laptop has a download speed of 92 Mbps, my phone using the Wi-Fi signal, 63 Mbps. That's of course very close to the router, sitting at my desk. It goes down to 55 to 58 on the other side of the room, and to 35 at the opposite corner partially obstructed by a wall, about 25 feet away. For my purposes, this works fine. Note it offers an N wireless connection with 2.4 gh signal, it does not offer a 5 gh signal. But I don't need that. Setup was simple if you know the IP address your router has assigned to the access point, which is easy if you go to your routers web page set up and look at the table of attached devices. Then you can just type the IP address of the access point into your web browser and access the set up page for the access point. It's default settings work fine for use as an access point, but that way you can provide your own name and password for the signal.
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Four Stars
Does the job, but should support poe standards
Received unit today, easy to hookup almost plug and play easy. My service is 200mb download and 20mb upload. Test results thru ookla speed test confirm this with me attached via ethernet cable to my Archer A8 TP link router. I have a building 130 ft away from my router (Archer A8) that I connected the (TP-Link AC1200 Wireless Gigabit Access Point) to via client mode. This signal has to go thru my outer wall (brick) and 130 ft to the other building to this unit thru another wall vinyl sided. Test result with ookla on the computer at that end... 206MB down, 21MB up, Ping of 6. using 5 ghz Incredible... just as fast as my direct connection at my router. Now we will see if this unit hold up under the test of time.
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Five Stars
simple wireless access point works well in simple situation like mine.
TL;dr -- this AP is another case of good hardware, awful firmware. The OEM firmware makes this device unusable, but flashing OpenWRT makes it useful again. Full Review: I bought this access point to use as a wireless client bridge for a computer in my house that gets an extremely poor wireless signal. Initially, I was disappointed because I was limited to a 2.4GHz connection, as the 5GHz connection was too unstable to be used. I'd regularly run into issues watching YouTube videos, browsing the web, or making Zoom calls. The solution was to use the 2.4GHz radio instead. This meant that my connection was limited to ~45-60mbps, which pales in comparison to a typical 5GHz connection speed of ~250-300mbps. For reference, my iPhone 11 is able to pull ~560-620mbps when placed next to the hardwired access point. i initially considered returning the AP, but then I found someone online had ported OpenWRT to this access point. Although this may void the warranty, it solved my issue. No longer do I have stability issues with the 5GHz radio, which means that I have both a reliable and fast connection to the Internet again my home office. OpenWRT is great, although it's far more complicated of an interface than the default TP-Link one. I would not recommend using this device in this configuration unless you're familiar with more advanced networking concepts or are willing to learn. Pros: - Inexpensive - Supports wireless client bridge mode. - Supports PoE using the provided injector. This is extremely beneficial to my setup, since I can place the AP where I best receive a signal, even though I don't have a power outlet nearby. - The Qualcomm Atheros QCA9886 802.11acn wireless radio has excellent performance - Gigabit LAN port (to the reviewer claiming it doesn't have one, this is simply not the case; there's no way I'd be able to pull 300mbps if it had a 10/100 interface). - The default firmware supports bridge mode with DHCP & NAT disabled, which means that every device connected through this AP has its real Ethernet MAC address exposed. If you plan to use this on a college campus or want your connected device(s) to be bridged to the parent network, this is very useful. If you use this mode, you can still control the AP's settings using the assign IP address for the access point itself. Cons: - Default firmware means that the 5GHz radio is unstable. I also had problems with controlling the LEDs and updating settings. Bonus Pro-tip: I only used this device with one computer, but you could easily use an Ethernet switch with the single port on the back of this device to connect multiple computers/devices.
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Five Stars
Supprised me with performance
I love this little Wifi access point. We have an older home, but we decided to make it smart. Well as we gained more and more smart devices, it started to bog our wifi down. We got to the point where we had about 70 wifi devices all vying for the same access and it started to create issues. Well I bought this on a whim. I wanted it for two reasons, it is POE and it is 2.4Ghz only. Most of the switches, plugs, thermostats, etc. only use 2.4Ghz Wifi. Well this items suggests that it would support about 15 devices. I emailed TP-Link and explained my use case. They said for good performance they don't suggest any more than 15 devices. Well I am up to 25 now and it is working great. Since it was POE I was able to hang it on the wall and run the network cable inside the wall to it. No ugly wires showing. It really blends in and almost looks like a doorbell at first glance. So it doesn't stick out, like something out of place in an older home. I plan on purchasing another one of these to pick up the rest of the smart home items. That way they are off of my 5Ghz wifi so it is uncluttered, and on their own network for security. I am so pleased with this I have also ordered their EAP225 which I can mount to the ceiling, they just look kind of like a smoke detector.
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Five Stars
Solid little WiFi access point
Back when everyone was shifting to work-at-home, I (as IT person for a small financial firm) bought some of these so that workers who did not have a wired internet connection to where they were going to be working could bring their office VOIP phones home. I put power injectors between the bridge and phone. Of all of these I've purchased (nine or so), there have been NO technical issues. N300 is plenty fast enough for VOIP. The only downside is that these are a bit big and clunky (but you can see that from the product photos). I wanted adjustable antennas in case I ran into a range issue. I mostly didn't, ended up using one of these as a wireless repeater to get signal to the office one worker wanted to use - worked fine for that, too. We were some of the 'lucky ones' - our boss had worked in 3rd world countries and so could see what was going to happen, sent us all home a week or two before the statewide order went out - so I had time to get everyone set up and comfortable. These units were part of that.
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Four Stars
README First: A very basic AP, works, very cheap, but don't expect it to hit 100mbps.
This can be a little difficult to configure. If you do not connect it to an internet source in the beginning, it will not configure the gateway automatically later. You will have to set the route and gateway etc. I work in IT. It should not have been this difficult. It took 3 attempts to set it up. The first, I set up without hooking it up to anything. Then it wouldn't get the gateway etc. The second attempt, I hooked it directly to my cable modem. Due to the way it automatically configured some of the settings (IP address and routes), I could not access the web config. Finally, I connected it to a router and was able to take care of all of the configurations that I needed. All in all, it is a great little access point. It can just get a little complicated trying to set it up. Once it was set up, it worked great and is still working great.
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Four Stars
Functional AP
When I upgraded my home network to the eero mesh 4+ years ago, I replaced a Nighthawk AC1900 router. Kept the router since it still worked great, but needed the expanded coverage of the eero system. I had paired the Nighthawk with a NETGEAR AC1200 Wireless WiFi Range Extender (EX6200) for the office mainly for the Ethernet ports for desktops, voip phone, etc. When the EX6200 died about a year ago, I pulled the Nighthawk out of storage and bridged it wirelessly to the eero router. This setup worked well for about a year, until the Nighthawk started dropping connection and needed to be rebooted almost weekly; then twice a week. Once that started happening I investigated an alternate solution; a simple wi-fi AP that had an Ethernet port that a switch could be connected to and that would work with the eero mesh environment. Per eero, an unmanaged switch is recommended so I paired this AP from TP-Link with a TP-Link TL-SG108 | 8 Port Gigabit Unmanaged Ethernet Network Switch. Connected to it is a PS4, 2 laptops, 1 Desktop, and 1 VOIP Polycom phone. I've been running this setup for about 2 weeks now and have had zero issues. I setup this AP in Client mode, the interface was very easy to use, and had it up and running in about 5 minutes. Connected the switch and then swung all the Ethernet cables from the Nighthawk to the switch. All the devices reconnected and have been playing nice ever since. I did some quick stress testing by having a large download on the Desktop while the PS4 was streaming a show and ran a speed test from one of the laptops. Download was right at 111 MB/s and was a little lower than the 138-168 MB/s speeds I get when there is no other activity. The reason the laptops are connected via Ethernet is one is an older laptop with 802.11n wi-fi hardware in it but it has a gigabit port; so the speeds are actually faster via Ethernet. Plus, this laptop has a design flaw where the wi-fi signal interferes with the bluetooth signal which causes audio to de-sync from video streams when using wireless ear buds. The other one is a work laptop that just seems to work better with a hard wired connection in my home environment. Work paid for it, so, whatever. Overall, I've been satisfied with this AP from TP-Link and this will be my go-to setup if I ever need to expand the home network in the future.
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Five Stars
Easy to set up, but may limit you down the road.
After a major typo on my part and help from TP-Link technical support, it is running in client-bridge mode. What I have that is not in the instructions that I read is that I have a fixed IP address for the TL-WA901N in both the router and the TL-WA901N. I use that IP address to access the TL-WA901N if it does not connect to the router. When it did not connect to the router, I needed to set a different fixed IP address for the computer I was connecting to the TL-WA901N by an ethernet cable. It is in the same IP range as the address for the TL-WA901N. After fixing my MAC filter typo and removing the fixed address for my computer, it works.
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Five Stars
Works great in an eero environment.
Overall i always love TP-link devices, my house is TP link, my brother is all about TP-link. You find good stuffs. I bough this router because of the POE ability for my livestreaming sections on events. But be aware that this comes with its own POE ejector and it will not work with other injector or switches with POE capabilities. That is the only down site of this router for me. Now I still have to power it with it's own power adapter, plan was to power it with my network switch during the sessions.
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Five Stars
This does work as a client-bridge
AC1200 Review First, to the people complaining you can't configure it.... Read the manual. It explains you need to configure it from a wireless connection. A bit of a pain? Sure, but you only have to do it once. Otherwise, so far so good. Got this to take the place of the wireless on my router which was dying (wired is still fine) instead of replacing the whole thing. Working better than the original router's wireless ever did and saved 100 bucks over replacing the whole thing.
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Four Stars
Be aware of the POE
I recently updated our security system and needed internet access at the alarm panel. Running an ethernet cable to the alarm panel wasn't an option so I decided to get one of these to work as a wifi bridge (and in our house, anyone who would get to the alarm panel to tamper with this access point would have already set off the alarm...so I'm not really worried about that). I had it up and running and configured in less than 5 minutes. It was incredibly easy it's been working perfectly since then.
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Five Stars
Convenient replacement
I'm an engineer and bought two of these on a whim not expecting much given the price. It's only 2.5ghz spectrum and max download speed of about 90mbs. Signal strength is adequate for about 40ft in clear line of sight. Definitely not high-end tech but they do work good enough for the $16 I paid. Great for inexpensively adding range to an undeserved area or use multiple on different channels to cover a large area. Other thoughts, someone let an intern go crazy when designing the vent holes.
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Five Stars
Incredibly easy
Great access point. I had a TrendNet that I used for about one year and downloads and tests resulted in consistently inconsistent speeds ranging from 3-7 Mbps. Placed this TP-Link in the exact same location and same source signal. My results were amazing. Consistently 20-25 Mbps now. I'm still astounded by what we accept as "Well, it is what it is" but if we just grow our knowledge a tiny bit and add a small amount of effort, the changes can be BIG.
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Four Stars
2.5ghz only. Good for up to 90mbs.
Only takes a few minutes to install this AP. Very basic installation instructions are included. The network port is only a 100 MB port, but for normal home user, this is enough. When you're watching things like videos or straming music, you are normally using less than 5 MB of bandwidth. If you have 10 people connected you still aren't going to saturate what's available. If you really need gigabit performance, you're not looking in this price range to begin with.
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