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Netgear Wifi Range Extender Ex6100

The is a dual band Wifi mesh range extender that offers access to all of your wireless needs, it can extend the wi-fi range for your home or office, and provide point-to-point or wireless network connectivity. The also includes a built-in security camera for monitoring your home or office from any where in the world.

Netgear EX6100 v2 Dual Band Gigabit Ac750 Wifi Range Extender
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Netgear Wifi Mesh Range Extender Ex6100

The Netgear Ex6100 v2 is an 2- band Wifi range extender that is designed to extend your Wifi signal to other Wifi devices up to 5' away, it features an 12 foot long length with an 12 foot width, providing a large enough range to reach other Wifi devices. The Netgear Ex6100 v2 is equipped with a dual band, and is available in black or white, this Netgear Wifi range extender is a top-notch substitute to extend the Wifi range for your home or office. The new Ex6100 v2 gives a larger 50-meter range than the ex6100, so you can enjoy tight or specific areas with this device, it comes with an 2-year warranty, so you can be sure that you're getting a quality device. The Netgear Ex6100 range extender is designed to help extend the reach of your wi-fi network into more than your home garden, with its dual band technology, this device can connections, such as traffic between many machines, making it top for busy businesses or home networks. The extender also includes an audio/video output, so you can connect it to your tv or projector to provide added performance, the Netgear range extender Ex6100 is an excellent tool for expanding the range of your Netgear device. It is designed to extend the reach of your Netgear device by moving its signal to a stronger network, the Netgear range extender Ex6100 is designed to be attached to a wall or wooden door and is available in two models, the Ex6100 and the Ex6100 is designed to extend the reach of your Netgear device by moving its signal to a stronger network, while an is better designed and can be used with either model.