Linksys have just announced a new Range Extender – the Linksys RE6700 AMPLIFY AC1200.
This .11ac wireless booster is designed to further extend your existing router’s Wi-Fi coverage. It’s dual band so can be used with Wireless N routers (and a,b or g routers for that matter).
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Linksys RE6700 AMPLIFY AC1200 Features
AMPLIFY features that Linksys have included…
7 Features of the Linksys RE6700 AMPLIFY
Range Extender – AC Style
The RE6700 AMPLIFY is a .11ac wireless booster that provides up to 1.2Gbps data rates of extended coverage.
The AMPLIFY is a Dual Band extender, providing up to 300Mbps on .11n & 867Mbps on .11ac.
Linksys Spot Finder Technology
It’s very important that you position a range extender in a prime position. It needs to be in a place that boosts wireless most efficiently, so that you can enjoy Wi-Fi from even further.
Linksys Spot Finder is used in conjunction with your phone or laptop. It’s part of a 3 step process, where the Spot Finder visually shows the best position suited to your home.
Spot Finder takes the guesswork out of positioning your range extender.
Extend The Beamforming
It’s not just your AC router that can use Beamforming. Beamforming can now be extended so you can roam even further away than ever before.
Power Outlet Included
You don’t lose a power outlet. There’s one integrated at the back. Just plug a device in the back and you get the best of both worlds.
Stream music locally around the home.
A 3.5mm audio jack is built into the AMPLIFY. Plug in a stereo or speakers, and with your smartphone, you can listen to music anywhere around the home – cable free.
Improved performance by using both 2.4 & 5 GHz bands at the same time. Traffic both ways over each band.
Works with pretty much every router available. Extend your existing Wi-Fi network even further, no matter what router you already have.
Linksys RE6700 Technical Specs
- Up To 867Mbps Max Link Rate
- Dual Band
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