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Tenda A18 AC1200 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Range Extender $33 + Delivery ($0 C&C/ Metro with $55 Order) @ Officeworks


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This Tenda A18 AC1200 WiFi Range Extender is ideal for bringing reliable WiFi coverage to two-storey and multi-room spaces, suitable for spaces over 120 square metres. The Extender features a high-speed data rate up to 300 Mbps on 11n band and 867 Mbps on 11ac band. It delivers at a rate ideal for streaming 1080p HD video, as well as offering quick downloads and lag-free gaming.

  • This Range Extender helps you bring high-speed WiFi to additional areas within your home or workspace.
  • It features data rates of up to 300 Mbps on 11n band and 867 Mbps on 11ac band.
  • This device can help you to extend your WiFi network through both wired and wireless connections.
  • It's ideal for spaces of 120 square metres, as well as multi-storey or multi-room spaces.
  • There is a LAN port for a wired extension.
  • It is compatible with Windows, Mac, and Chrome operating systems.
  • The Extender has an easy 3-step set up process and is easy to use.
  • There are two omni-directional antennas, which can be positioned to find the best signal.
  • The Visual Signal LED helps you find the best place to locate your extender.
  • There are Hide SSID, WPS and Encryption Modes that you can enable.
  • With its petite size, it's easy to fit into your existing set up.

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  • So this doesn't have a built-in modem?

    • No modem.

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    Anyone know if this just creates a new network extensio or actually extends the existing network?

    Coz my current extender is just like a new network eg." WIFI-EXT" so, everytime I head upstairs I have to change networks manually!!

    • Why not always connect your wifi to extender then?

      • +1

        Because then they have to manually set it back when downstairs…

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        Unfortunately when I first walk into the house it connects to the main network. By the time I go upstairs there is 1 bar, but still connected. So I need to connect to the extended network. Same deal when returning downstairs.

        • +2

          Limitation of old tech unfortunately. I ended up paying a bit more and got a mesh network. No more switching access points :)

        • +1

          That's a hassle. These wifi-extenders create new networks as opposed to creating the existing network. You'll need to get a wifi mesh system instead.

          • @waterbottled: Yeah right, I'll have to look into this wifi mesh thing. Assumed that an extender would simply EXTEND a signal! Thanks

            • @Thirtyfourfifty: my Xiaomi extender did 'extend' the network by having the same Wifi ID & password, but the devices by default would not look for the new one until the old connection is severed.

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