NETGEAR AC750 WiFi Range Extender (EX3700-100NAS)

June 1, 2017 - Comment

The NETGEAR AC750 Wi-Fi Range Extender boosts your existing home network by increasing Wi-Fi range and speed, delivering AC750 dual band Wi-Fi up to 750Mbps. It works with any router and provides Wi-Fi for HD video streaming and gaming even in remote places of your home. Get the connectivity you need for iPads, smartphones, laptops

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(as of August 20, 2017 5:57 am UTC - Details)

The NETGEAR AC750 Wi-Fi Range Extender boosts your existing home network by increasing Wi-Fi range and speed, delivering AC750 dual band Wi-Fi up to 750Mbps. It works with any router and provides Wi-Fi for HD video streaming and gaming even in remote places of your home. Get the connectivity you need for iPads, smartphones, laptops and more.

Product Features

  • Ideal for extending WiFi to devices like the iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy S5, and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
  • Dual band WiFi up to 750 Mbps
  • Supports new 802.11ac & b/g/n WiFi devices
  • External antennas for better performance, Access Point mode creates a WiFi hotspot using a wired Ethernet connection
  • Convenient wall-plug design
  • Works with any WiFi router
  • FastLane Technology – Use both Wi-Fi bands to establish one super high-speed connection; ideal for HD streaming & gaming

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…

Anthony Speciale says:

I bought this device and it went bad the first 3 hours I bought this device and it went bad the first 3 hours. It was paired with our wifi router then it was moved to another room and it wouldn’t connectSave your money and time and look for spending about 67 or 80 dollars.

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