NETGEAR N300 Wi-Fi Range Extender, Essentials Edition (EX2700)

March 7, 2017 - Comment

Say goodbye to Wi-Fi dead zones. Convenient, discreet and easy to install, extended Wi-Fi coverage is just an outlet away with this essentials edition extender. Boost your Wi-Fi for mobile devices and connect a wired device such as Smart TVs or game consoles. Boost your existing network range & speed, delivering Wi-Fi up to 300Mbps.

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(as of May 26, 2018 4:15 pm UTC - Details)

Say goodbye to Wi-Fi dead zones. Convenient, discreet and easy to install, extended Wi-Fi coverage is just an outlet away with this essentials edition extender. Boost your Wi-Fi for mobile devices and connect a wired device such as Smart TVs or game consoles. Boost your existing network range & speed, delivering Wi-Fi up to 300Mbps. External antennas provide better Wi-Fi coverage and higher speed, while the convenient wall-plug design saves space. It works with any standard Wi-Fi router & is ideal for keeping your mobile devices connected as you move throughout your home.

Product Features

  • Ideal for extending WiFi to devices like the iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S3, iPad 2, and PlayStation 3
  • Extend WiFi up to 300Mbps
  • Convenient wall-plug design
  • Works with any standard router or gateway
  • Fast Ethernet Port to connect a wired device
  • External antennas for better performance

Comments

Sergey Evdokimov says:

It’s good, but realize it’s limitations.. Read on for the good stuff. As a Senior Network Engineer I work around a lot of networking hardware. I am very adept with AP’s, Extenders, WLC’s, and all of that so I knew what to expect with this. I am not sure why people are complaining about setup, it’s ridiculously simple! Note, this is NOT a Mesh-Mode AP/Router, it’s an EXTENDER or AP, which means it will provide a ‘new’ SSID that you can connect to that will bridge to your primary SSID. You should not use this with the same SSID as your router or there could be…

Minnie I. says:

Poor Instructions But Not Too Bad If You Use a Mobile Device The way to connect this extender is by using a Kindle Fire, Android Tablet, iPad or other mobile device. The instructions are not very clear on what you need to install the device. So if you assume you can install this device using your desktop computer and that you’ll be able to find the “wireless manager,” you probably will have difficulty. In fact, some of the online questions for Netgear and Microsoft are where do you find the manager and how do you make it work. Unfortunately, the…

Misteraven says:

Last Netgear Product I’ll Ever Buy Long time Amazon Prime member that’s literally ordered hundreds of times. First time I’ve been compelled to leave a review. That said, I ordered this device about 8 months ago. Setup was fairly straight forward, but I also benefit from a heavy tech background. I could see a non-tech person maybe struggling a little, but it’s not too bad. Worked okay until today. Not as fast as connecting directly to the router, but not significantly slower either. Did struggle with the device maintaining a…

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