D-Link rolls out DAP-1325 N300 Wi-Fi range extender

Networking products manufacturer D-Link has rolled out the DAP-1325, an N300 Wi-Fi range extender that lets users stretch the coverage of an existing wireless network.

DAP-1325

Supporting Wireless N, the DAP-1325 gives connection speeds of up to 300 Mbps and is still backwards compatible with existing wireless devices. Alternatively, the built-in Fast Ethernet port and a home’s existing wired Ethernet cabling to extend wireless coverage without worrying about signal strength.

By pushing the WPS push-button on the DAP-1325 and on the router or AP a user wants to extend, and the DAP-1325 will automatically configure itself. Users can also set it up in the supported QRS Mobile app on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, or Android mobile device. 

Its compact design also makes it perfect for use at home or in a small office. Its diminutive wall-plug design saves users the hassle of dealing with a power cord.

The DAP-1325 N300 Wi-Fi Range Extender will be available in August 2017 at authorized retailers at a suggested retail price of P1,885.

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