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WD Wi-Fi Range Extender with Wi-Fi signal strength indicator Instantly Boosts Home Wireless Coverage


WD today unveiled its My Net Wi-Fi Range Extender to expand wireless home networks into out-of-reach areas of the home. My Net Wi-Fi Range Extender’s power comes from its 3×3 multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) antenna array design, versus the 2×2 design used by most competitive products. This design enables customers to significantly extend the Wi-Fi signal from their existing routers or gateways, letting them enjoy HD streaming movies, online gaming and video calls in remote areas of the home with the fastest wireless-N speeds possible. The range extender also features a Gigabit Ethernet port, providing a high-speed Internet connection for distant, wired-only entertainment devices.


Setup of the My Net Wi-Fi Range Extender is a simple two step process, with no installation CD or software needed. Customers can use Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) to connect the range extender to their existing home network with a push of a button.

Then they can use the convenient Wi-Fi signal strength indicator lights on the front of the range extender to find the optimal signal-boosting location in their home. The My Net Wi-Fi Range Extender is compatible with all Wi-Fi certified routers and gateways, as well as all wireless Wi-Fi standards, from 802.11a to 802.11ac. My Net Wi-Fi Range Extender is available for approximately $89.99.

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