Edimax's new Wi-Fi Extender doubles the signal coverage

Edimax has launched the EW-7438RPn N300 Universal Wi-Fi Extender. Edimax calls it the world's smallest Wi-Fi Extender with a built-in power module. It has been crafted to boost the Wi-Fi network by doubling the signal coverage. This would enable enhanced Wi-Fi network at homes with several rooms and multiple floors. The Smart iQ features enable easy set-up, and the signal strength LED helps setting up location for optimal Wi-Fi coverage. Users can plug the EW-7438RPn into an electrical outlet as the EW-7438RPn features a wall plug design and compact form. Edimax recently launched the wireless network camera featuring a compact smartphone size. 

The EW-7438RPn serves as a Wi-Fi Extender that is capable of creating an extended Wi-Fi network with data rates of up to 300Mbps. It provides high-speed wireless networking throughout users’ homes negating the requirement for additional cabling. It comes with a WPS button and the company ropes in its smart and automated iQ Setup for quick and easy setting up of the extender. iQ Setup can automatically detect the available Wi-Fi networks and the WPS button allows connecting the extender to the root access point with a simple click of a button.

Double the power

Double the power


Here’s a quick look at its features

  • Extends the range of existing 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi networks
  • Data rates up to 300Mbps
  • iQ Setup for easy Wi-Fi extension
  • Finds best setup location for optimal Wi-Fi coverage with signal strength LED
  • Compact, wall plug design for convenient placement
  • Features hardware WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) button

The device saves on space and is compact with a built-in power adapter. The design allows you to plug it directly into an electrical outlet, which eliminates the need for an additional power cable. It can be effortlessly installed where the Wi-Fi signal needs enhancement and allows users to enjoy high-speed wireless performance without any worries.

Published Date: May 16, 2012 10:30 am | Updated Date: May 16, 2012 10:30 am