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Do you have Wifi Network dead spots in your home or office where you have minimum or no wireless internet coverage?
The BLUREX R501 Wireless Wifi Range Extender is your solution.
With the Blurex R501 you will extend your existing wireless wifi connection to those remote locations in your home or office.
With the easy step by step guide you will be able to connect in approximately 5 minutes.
Should you have any question regarding installation just call our dedicated toll free number (1-877-300-7156).
It would be our pleasure to help you step by step with the installation process.
Easy & Simplified 5 Minute installation with step by step guide
Compatible with a wide range of devices including the Cisco, Linksys, D-Link, Netgear, TRENDnet, Asus, TP-Link, Belkin b/g/n Wi-Fi Routers
Eliminate Network dead spots by extending your existing routers signal to greater distances
Perfect for HDTV's, gaming consoles (PS3),blue ray players and internet
Sleek Compact design -- Plugs in into any wall outlet
Includes a built-in Fast Ethernet port, which works as a wireless bridge to connect any wired Ethernet device to your network.
This feature works great with devices like the Nintendo Wii, Sony PlayStation
What's in the Box
Blurex R501 wireless repeater
Quick installation Guide.
- Wireless Data Transfer Rate: 300 Mbps
- Supports 802.11b, 802.11g and 802.11n Adapters Operating on 2.4Ghz Wavelength
- Includes 1 Port Access Point
- Wired Data Transfer Rate: 10/100 Mbps (Ethernet 10 Base-T)
- Routing and Firewall Protocol: DHCP
- Antenna: (2) Internal
- WPA and WPA2 Security Protocol
- WEP, TKIP, and AES - 64 and 128 Bit Encryption
Is not compatible with AT&T U-verse Internet
It does not extend the signal, waste of money and time. It is frustrating to get something to improve the signal in our basement and it end up making no difference.Published on Oct. 10 2013 by joan k
Easy to set up right out of the box, even for a novice. Works as advertised. Boosts weak signals. Great versatility. Read morePublished on May 2 2013 by Loadmaster
I am using it as an extender, though other modes are available. Quirks - creates another network, does not extend the same (I tried copy wifi network and it still created a new... Read morePublished on March 25 2013 by Stef