Linksys Max-Stream AC1900+ Wi-Fi Range Extender (RE7000-CA) - White

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Model Number: RE7000-CA
Web Code: 10448904

Overview

Boost your wireless range to surf, stream, and game in more places with the Max-Stream AC1900+ Wi-Fi range extender. It works with any Wi-Fi router to eliminate dead zones and expand your wireless coverage indoors and outdoors up to 10,000 sq. ft. It features AC Wi-Fi, MU-MIMO technology so multiple wireless devices can connect without interruption.

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  • Works with any Wi-Fi router to boost wireless coverage and eliminate dead zones, indoors and outdoors, up to 10,000 sq. ft.
  • Uses AC Wi-Fi, MU-MIMO technology, so multiple users can enjoy simultaneous, uninterrupted connection while they surf, stream, game, and transfer files
  • Enjoy room-to-room Wi-Fi with seamless routing when you pair with a Max-Stream router (sold separately) -- your enabled devices will automatically maintain connection to the strongest Wi-Fi signal
  • Spot-finder technology enables easy setup using any mobile device to determine the best placement for optimal performance
  • Push-button connect makes it easy to sync with your router in one touch
  • Access point mode lets you set up the extender as an AC Wi-Fi access point for to expand your network
Type
Range Extender
Maximum Throughput
1900 Mbps
Quality of Service (QoS) Controls
Yes
Wireless Access Point
Yes
Number of Ethernet Ports
1
Colour
White
Width
12.5 cm
Height
4.6 cm
Depth
8 cm
Weight
270 g
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  • Excellent
    by

    from Québec, QC on April 19, 2019

    After wasting over 1 hour trying to unsuccessfully set up a Netgear Nighthawk X4S AC2200, setting up this Linksys range extender was a breeze. It took less than 3 minutes and everything was working perfectly using my Samsung phone for the simple setup. Not as powerful as a full fledged Access Point but this unit is practical because of it's small footprint. As long as you have a power outlet within range of your router this will do a good job. Also noteworthy is the Linksys support web page. Very easy to navigate and help is easy to find, whether via chat or phone.


  • Did the job easily and well
    by

    from Toronto, ON on January 1, 2019

    There are such different reviews here and they reflect the thickness of someone's walls, windows and skulls. In other words, not only the physical environment varies considerably, but how well someone understands and follows installation instructions is also key. The plug and play feature, WPS, did not work for me despite my Bell router having the WPS button on it - don't know why. But the just slightly, more complicated browser based set up worked easily and very successfully, although read the instructions carefully. I now have near to maximum strength possible on my back deck, the garden beyond it and the cinder block garage beyond that. And that is at the back of the garage with the access door from the garden closed - very impressed.


  • Works Just Fine - stable for 7 months now
    by

    from Toronto, ON on July 23, 2017

    I got this Boxing Day 2016 as a seamless range extender along with the EA5800/Max Stream router. It works well... lots of bars throughout the house, very easy to set up and connect everything. Both have been on and stable for almost 8 months. It's not a total solution and there are some issues it didn't resolve. We have issues getting dropped in real time applications that aren't buffered (Skype, VPN, some gaming) but find that's still an issue so we're using a wired connection for important meetings and work. We're in a very dense urban area and can see a couple dozen networks in our house from neighbours, so there's lots of competition to connect, and most of our walls are old wood and plaster with a layer of drywall over that, so not 5GHz wifi friendly. This won't necessarily give you a great 5 GHz connection throughout a tough or big space. If the extender is too far from the router, it's only really going to pick up the 2.4 GHz band to share. With that in mind, you still run into competing Wifi issues with microwaves, other routers and extenders, etc. You can tweak it and position it to avoid that, and prioritize certain devices easily using the system app, but that may mean not getting the same extension some people are hoping for. Where this is great, is moving around the house with a portable device for typical internet use. The single network is nice for that, vs. other extenders where each extender has a different name and your device has to figure that out. It's great for that, and that's the 'seamless' benefit, but the reality is that's generally going to be at 2.4 GHz. It may be that Mesh systems overtake this system pretty quickly, but I'm good with this for now and it's way cheaper. If you've got a big house and you're looking at a seamless extender for that, and you've got money, consider looking into mesh networking. Otherwise, this set up is very good.


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