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Sunday, June 23, 2013

D-Link Systems, Inc. Wireless Range Extender (DAP-1320)

Tiny Little Thing That Works Great!

Wow, plug and play that works!  If you follow my reviews you are aware of how annoyed I get with technical products that claim to be consumer products.   A consumer product should be able to be installed by a non-technical person with minimal manual reading.  Sadly many of the supposedly consumer products need a technician to install them.  I loved that when I was in business and had techs to send out and generate income.   Now as a consumer I find it annoying, particularly since I am somewhat technical and can spend entirely too much time testing something that is supposed to install easily. 

The D-Link range extender is a true consumer product.  I took it out of the box, read the large, quick install instructions.  I disconnected my existing range extender that took way too much time to install and plugged in the D-Link.   I then hit the WPS button on my router, went back down and hit the WPS button on the D-Link, waited two minutes and Viola!, I had a strong network signal.   I input the D-Link password on my phone and was on the internet that quickly.  

Kudos to D-Link for an excellent and a truly plug and play device!

From Amazon.com for $49.99
The D-Link Wireless Range Extender (DAP-1320) extends your existing wireless network coverage with the push of a button, delivering up to 300Mbps for whole-home coverage. Ideal for hard-to-reach areas like basements, upstairs bedrooms or outdoor areas, the compact Wireless Range Extender gives you performance where you need it most.

Extend the range of your wireless network.
Wireless N300 technology.
Compatible with any wireless router brand.
Easy setup with the push of a button.

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