Saturday, March 22, 2014

D-Link N300 Wireless Range Extender



D-Link has created a component that is of vital importance for anyone that is looking to have equal internet coverage throughout the entirety of their house. The D-Link N300 Wireless Range Extender can be plugged into an outlet, and allows for up to 300Mbps in transfer to properly allow for quick and responsive internet usage for any streaming devices, video game consoles, tablets, laptops, or other electronic devices.

D-Link has ensured that the DAP-1320 will work with a wide swath of routers, while keeping the device itself small and easily mobile.  THe process on making the wireless range extender function is tremendously easy – oftentimes, it will work with little more than a push of a button. We were able to bring the device to a working state with a solitary button press, ensuring that we removed a few dead spots in the NeuFutur offices. The addition in range that the device provides is considerable enough to keep internet access through the entirety of a small building without making the network available for the neighborhood or for others that would be attempting to access it off-site. When one moves from the area covered by the router to that covered by the extender, there should be nothing in the range of signal drops or buffering signs. This is particularly important for those that would be walking around viewing instructional videos, streaming music, or conducting an ambulatory usage of the internet. The device keeps the same SSID of the original router, which further decreases the complexity of a home network.

The DAP-1320 can be purchased from a variety of online and physical retailers for around $45. Visit the D-Link website for more information about the company’s variety of online resources.

Rating: 9.0/10

D-Link N300 Wireless Range Extender / $45-55 /