Enjoy increased wireless coverage for video streaming, online multi-player gaming and more with the NETGEAR WN3000RP
SYDNEY – 16 JUNE, 2011 – With the rapid expansion of internet connected devices in the home, Wi-Fi dead spots are the last thing you want when streaming a movie to your tablet, playing your Xbox, or downloading the latest Lady Gaga album to your smartphone. As a result, NETGEAR has today launched the new NETGEAR Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender (WN3000RP), making Wi-Fi dead spots a thing of the past.
Increasing the coverage of your home network, the NETGEAR Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender works by automatically repeating the wireless signal from your Wi-Fi router or gateway, giving you the freedom to roam anywhere in the house without having to worry about losing connection. Plugging into any power socket, the NETGEAR Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender is a compact and self-contained device that operates without inconvenient and complicated wiring, making it easy to move around the house.
“With a rapidly expanding constellation of Internet-enabled mobile and entertainment devices, Aussie’s are becoming increasingly connected from more places in the home. Smartphones and tablet devices are now being used for high-bandwidth activities, such as video streaming and multi-player gaming that requires rock-solid Wi-Fi connections,” said Brad Little, director of consumer channels, NETGEAR ANZ, “The NETGEAR Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender makes it possible to enjoy a robust wireless connection in remote corners of the house, or even outdoors that previously had low or no Wi-Fi signal”
The NETGEAR Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender features dynamic LED indicators to help you find the best location for the device in your home. The device works with all common Wi-Fi security standards, including WEP, WPA and WPA2.
Pricing and Availability
The NETGEAR Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender (WN3000RP) will be available from July from all major retailers for a RRP of AUD$129.00.