TP-LINK Touch P5
You have access to parental controls, QoS, WPS, and even set up a print server. You can also change how the screen behaves, like how long it stays on before it goes to sleep, as it were, and how bright you want it to be.
Touchscreen aside, everything else is as you’d expect from an AC1900 router. It has a 2.4GHz band and a 5GHz band. There are three detachable antennas, one WAN port and four LAN ports. There’s a power button, a reset button, a USB 2.0 port, and a USB 3.0 port. Most of them are located at the back, but the last one is, quite peculiarly, found on one of the front corners.
With the features done, we move on to its actual performance. In our usual file transfer test, the Touch P5 successfully transferred 1GB worth of files from its USB port to a notebook PC via its 5GHz band in four minutes and 32 seconds. While not too shabby, it does feel like the novelty of its touch screen is overshadowing everything else about the Touch P5, including performance. But then again, considering the name, that is possibly the point.