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Nighthawk X4 Wi-Fi Range Extender

Netgear
rated 4.7 out of 5
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Nighthawk X4 Wi-Fi Range Extender

Product Description

The Nighthawk® X4 WiFi Range Extender boosts your existing WiFi range with speeds up to 2200 Mbps and provides up to 10,000 ft² WiFi range. It is ideal for HD streaming & gaming. MU-MIMO simultaneously streams to multiple devices, while FastLane technology improves performance using both WiFi bands.

Contents:

  • AC2200 Nighthawk® X4 Range Extender (EX7300)
  • Quick Start Guide

Product Specifications

Product Specifications
Product ID143256
Model/Vendor Part3F1657
Only at GameStopNo
Product Height3
Product Dimensions: (H x W x L)3.00X6.00X7.00
Product Length7
Product Width6
Brand NameNetgear
Developer NameNetgear

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Product Specifications
Model/Vendor Part3F1657
Only at GameStopNo

Dimension

Product Specifications
Product Height3
Product Dimensions: (H x W x L)3.00X6.00X7.00
Product Length7
Product Width6

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Product Specifications
Brand NameNetgear
Developer NameNetgear

Ratings & Reviews

4.7
rated 4.7 out of 5
2753 product ratings
2222 5 stars reviews
305 4 stars reviews
96 3 stars reviews
44 2 stars reviews
86 1 stars reviews

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Top Customer Reviews

Works great for Extender and Remote Ethernet Port!
rated 5.0 out of 5
Chris Henry
1 week ago - Originally posted on netgear.com

My NETGEAR AC2200 Mesh WiFi Extender works great as both a WIFI extender and a remote ethernet port for an IP security camera.

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Great product
rated 5.0 out of 5
Kyle M
1 week ago - Originally posted on netgear.com

The product works wonderfully, and I now have consistent internet and Wi-Fi throughout my entire house. Setup was easy.

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Great product, easily configured
rated 5.0 out of 5
Ian G Hall
1 week ago - Originally posted on netgear.com

The product functions as advertised. A nice clean modern look that blends into the wall outlet. One suggestion. Please place a note on the installation instruction about the special configuration when using it in conjunction with an additional extender.

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Great Product!
rated 5.0 out of 5
Chase Durbin
1 week ago - Originally posted on netgear.com

I live in a small apartment with 2 roomates, and I was having internet issues and lots of packet loss while gaming. I ordered this to try and help, and I no longer have to worry about the internet. The setup is super easy, and it is very much worth the money. Strongly recommend to anyone with internet speeds below what you should be getting, or people with inconsistent internet speeds.

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NETGEAR in Rural America
rated 5.0 out of 5
Smullenax
1 week ago - Originally posted on netgear.com

I bought this to extend my internet in the main house to a smaller house that I’m renovating just outside the yard. In the smaller house I have a TV that uses internet and use this house as my primary workspace. The NETGEAR extender is connected to a booster, which does sometimes lose internet connection but it’s not the extenders fault. My iPhone has difficultly connecting to the booster but with the extender it connects perfectly now! The only thing to be aware of with the extender is it takes some time for the devices to get used to it. I struggled for a day or two to get it to fully connect but after giving it time everything connects fine now.

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Q:
Can you use more than one? If it gets the signal to my parent's house, but it is weak. Can I install another in their house to catch the signal and re-boost it?
Shane867530910 months ago
A:
Yes, you can use 2 extenders with a few caveats. Do not wirelessly connect one extender to another. Performance for the second extender will usually be unsatisfactory. Therefore, each extender should connect to the main router. Both extenders should not broadcast the same SSID as the main router. This is the default setting but many people often set up an extender to broadcast the same SSID to avoid programming devices with two separate SSIDs. You won't be able to do this with two extenders because there is a risk of them connecting to each other instead of the main router. This restriction doesn't apply if you are able to wire the extenders to the main router via Ethernet (or Powerline).
SM GameStop Team SMRT10 months ago
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