MaxRange WiFi Booster

$39.99
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  • MaxRange WiFi Booster

MaxRange WiFi Booster

$39.99
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  • Boosts WiFi signal to weak areas.
  • Use as a repeater or access point.
  • Built-in ethernet port for connecting wired devices, hubs, or switches.
  • IEEE 802.11n/g/b compliant.
  • Easy setup. You'll have it working in minutes.

Everybody has that one spot in their house where their WiFi doesn't work so good. Maybe it's an upstairs bedroom or basement, or maybe you just want to have a better signal on the patio or in the garage. Slow Internet speeds don't necessarily mean there's a problem with your Internet provider. More often than not, normal interference in your home is slowing things down, even if it looks like your signal strength is good.

Introducing MaxRange, the WiFi range extender that boosts your signal wherever you need it! It's easy to use and anyone can configure it -- just plug it in, select which WiFi signal you want to boost, and MaxRange will amplify that signal and extend the range, giving you up to 300 Mbps speeds. That's fast enough for Netflix, gaming, and more! Rooms with weak signal, or even outdoor areas, are no longer a problem! Stop dealing with slow internet speeds or wasting your phone's data plan just to get online at home.

Most modern WiFi routers have a pretty good range, but walls, appliances, and interference from other devices can slow down the signal and make some spots weaker than others. When you plug in MaxRange near the edge of your signal strength, it's like having a second router right there amplifying the signal and carrying it to the weak and dead spots.

It's small enough to take with you -- about the size of an iPhone charger -- and can be reset and configured easily, so you can use it to boost the signal at hotels, campgrounds, and more.

MaxRange can be configured as an access point or a signal repeater, and even has an Ethernet port if you need to connect a wired device to your wireless network. Conforms to IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g and 802.11b standards.