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TRENDnet Debuts New Ultra-Compact Wireless Extenders

TRENDnet, a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, today announces, from 2013 International CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, two new compact wireless extenders- the N300 Nano Easy-N-Range Extender, model TEW-717HRE and the N150 Nano Easy-N-Range Extender, model TEW-713RE.

 

This series of wireless extenders are so small, they simply plug directly into an electrical outlet, thereby reducing clutter. Their off white housing blends into most backgrounds. No CD installation is required. Simply plug in the adapter, press your router's Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button, then press the WPS button on the extender. The extender automatically adopts the wireless name and password of the connected router.

 

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TEW-717HRE

N300 Nano Easy-N-Range Extender

  • Extends the range of an existing wireless network
  • Helps eliminates wireless dead spots
  • 300 Mbps wireless n
  • One touch wireless setup using the WPS button
  • MIMO antenna technology provides extensive coverage
  • Advanced wireless encryption

 

TEW-717HRE Availability: May, 2013

TEW-717HRE MSRP U.S.: $59.99

 

TEW-713RE

N150 Nano Easy-N-Range Extender

  • Extends the range of an existing wireless network
  • Helps eliminates wireless dead spots
  • 150 Mbps wireless n
  • One touch wireless setup using the WPS button
  • Advanced wireless encryption

 

TEW-713RE Availability: April, 2013

TEW-713RE MSRP U.S.: $44.99

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