Netgear WN1000RP Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender Amazon £17.75
Netgear WN1000RP Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender Amazon £17.75

Netgear WN1000RP Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender Amazon £17.75

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WN1000RP WiFi Booster for Mobile

NETGEAR WiFi Booster for Mobile amplifies WiFi coverage for mobile devices in the home by extending and strengthening an existing WiFi signal, giving you the ability to enjoy an improved wireless experience on iPads and Android tablets, smartphones, netbooks and e-readers.

Boost WiFi - Amplify your network by boosting the WiFi signal around the house and even outside on the patio
Ideal for Mobile - Extend your WiFi network for mobile devices like iPads, iPods, Android tablets, e-readers, smartphones, and netbooks<
Reduce mobile data charges - Reduce 3G/4G mobile data usage by connecting to WiFi while at home
Enhance Existing Equipment - Keep your current equipment and improve coverage to eliminate WiFi "dead zones"
Easy Install - Simple install for all devices using a browser, no CD needed
Push 'N' Connect - Push N' Connect using Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) allows for a quick and secure connection
Optimal Coverage - Real-time LEDs locate the best placement spot to provide optimal WiFi coverage
Universal Compatibility - Extends b/g/n WiFi signals from any existing WiFi router or service provider gateway like Belkin, Linksys, D-Link, AT&T, 2Wire, Verizon, EarthLink, NETGEAR and others*
Superior Security - Works with all security standards including WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, mixed mode and WEP
NETGEAR Green features - Power on/off button, 80% recycled packaging



The missus has always complained about the WIFI in the kitchen and this should allow me to boost it for there so she can use her tablet properly in there.

Heh so she can spend more time in the kitchen.

Seriously though she bakes a lot and uses the tablet for recipes etc so this should help her.


more WiFi= more Cake.



therefore HOT

personally i'd use a powerline wireless ap rather than an "extender" or "booster" .. slightly longer to set up but at least you keep your bandwidth :P

Hmmm. Got mine yesterday and got it set up and it barely extends anything. I did loads of testing and gained about 2 foot more coverage from this so it's going back. It didn't seem to matter where I put it I still didn't get much improvement over my current routers range.

I wouldn't bother buying one.
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