Belkin releases mini wi-fi booster

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Ever wanted to send that tweet or update your Facebook page while “taking care of business” in the bathroom, but the wi-fi coverage in your house just doesn’t cut it?

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Well, a new gadget announced by Belkin just might sort the problem.

The company has released a Mini Wi-Fi Range Extender that plugs directly into an electrical socket and can, Belkin claims, significantly increase the wi-fi range of your router.

Belin says is the device – which is priced at £29.99 – is compatible with virtually any Wi-Fi router and can be installed using a tablet or smartphone, as well as a PC or laptop.

“Just plug it in, find the home network, and enjoy greater wireless in minutes,” Belkin says.

Stuart O’Connor

2 comments

  • This article tells you nothing about the product. What WiFi bands does it amplify? B? G? N? AC? Does it do passive amplification or does it establish a separate WiFi name?

    You know, two minutes of research would make your articles a bit more useful.

  • This article tells you nothing about the product. What WiFi bands does it amplify? B? G? N? AC? Does it do passive amplification or does it establish a separate WiFi name?You know, two minutes of research would make your articles a bit more useful.

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