Extend Your Wireless Network
Increase the coverage of your home Wireless network with the sleek and easy-to-use DAP-1520 Wireless AC750 Dual-Band Range Extender. Dual-band technology helps reduce interference from nearby wireless transmitters in the home, and also provides backward compatibility with older wireless devices in your network, allowing you to enjoy a blazing-fast, reliable wireless connection.
Easy to Set Up, Easy to Use
Setting up the Wireless AC750 Dual-Band Range Extender is simple. You can use the supported QRS Mobile app on your iOS or Android mobile device to set up the DAP-1520 easily without needing a computer.
Alternatively, you can use one-touch configuration by pushing the WPS push-button on the DAP-1520 and on the router or AP you want to extend, and the DAP-1520 will automatically configure itself for you. It even includes a built-in setup wizard that lets you configure it wirelessly with a PC or mobile device.
Compact, Convenient Design
The DAP-1520 is a compact device that is ideal for use at home or in a small office, as it does not take up much space and is ready to use by simply plugging it in. Its diminutive wall-plug design easily plugs into a power outlet without blocking other outlets and saves you the hassle of dealing with a power cord. Its sleek, unobtrusive appearance blends easily into the decor of your home or office. Features • Wireless AC gives you high-speed wireless connectivity for your devices.
• Wireless 802.11a/b/g/n/ac for the fastest speeds with backwards compatibility.
• Wireless speeds of up to 750 Mbps.
• Dual-band connectivity for greater flexibility and reduced interference.
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- 24 months
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- 28 days
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