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Extend the wireless coverage of any router with the Amped Wireless REC10

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The REC10 High Power 600mW Compact Wi-Fi Range Extender from Amped Wireless will strengthen and extend your wireless coverage throughout your house and even into your yard.  It works with any 802.11 b/g/n wireless router or service provider gateway, and it contains “advanced dual 600mW amplifiers and a high gain 2dBi detachable antenna to extend Wi-Fi coverage by a staggering 6,500 sq ft.”   It has a wired port that serves as a bridge to connect a PC, A/V device or the like to your network, and it works with all Apple networking features and supported devices, like Airplay speakers and Airprint printers.  With the REC10, you can create guest networks, schedule when your wireless access is on or off, adjust the coverage distance of your WiFi network, or limit access to only certain authorized users, and protects your network with WPS, WPA, WPA2 security.  The Amped Wireless REC10 is $79.99 at Amped.

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  • tivoboy April 2, 2013, 1:17 pm

    If this really works, and is only this price, it will make a nice addition to MANY homes.

  • Bgood April 3, 2013, 10:55 am

    Tempted as this might make RELIABLE music streaming to my main stereo system possible. Now it is far from my router and streaming is not very reliable. Thanks for spotting this.

  • tivoboy April 3, 2013, 11:16 am

    Well, it WAS all over the internets yesterday. yesterday I believe was press release drop day, coverage was on all the blogs.

  • Bgood April 20, 2013, 10:15 pm

    I just installed the REC10 on my Apple Extreme network and IT WORKS! I can now stream music (Pandora, Spotify) to my main stereo system which I connected to an old iPhone. Wi-fi is stronger throughout the house. The included CD walks you through the configuration. I did have to supply my own Lightning to Ethernet adapter for my Macbook Pro and an Ethernet cable for initial configuration. In the first hour of use I’m very happy. I’ll report back if any problems develop over time.

  • bgood April 21, 2013, 10:27 am

    Correction: the adapter is called Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter for my Macbook Pro.

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