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  • TP-Link TP-Link AX1800 WiFi 6 Extender
  • TP-Link TP-Link AX1800 WiFi 6 Extender
  • TP-Link TP-Link AX1800 WiFi 6 Extender
  • TP-Link TP-Link AX1800 WiFi 6 Extender

TP-Link TP-Link AX1800 WiFi 6 Extender

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TP-Link AX1800 WiFi 6 Extender Internet Booster, Covers up to 1500 sq.ft and 30 Devices, Dual Band Wireless Signal Booster Repeater, Gigabit Ethernet Port, AP Mode, OneMesh Compatible(RE600X)

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  • Boosted WiFi Coverage: Extend your router’s signal with RE600X, featuring 2 internal antennas that are specifically designed to cover areas with weak WiFi and eliminate dead zones
  • WiFi 6 Speeds: Enjoy smoother and more reliable streaming, gaming, downloading, and more with dual-band WiFi speeds up to 1.8 Gbps (1201 Mbps on 5 GHz band and 574 Mbps on 2.4 GHz band)*
  • Connect More Devices to Your Network: Connect more devices that are out of range from your main router to keep them running at top speed
  • WiFi Repeater with Gigabit Ethernet Port: Create fast, reliable wired connections for your PC, Smart TV, or gaming console anywhere in your home with the gigabit ethernet port
  • OneMesh Technology: Create a mesh network that only needs one name and password by pairing RE600X with a TP-Link OneMesh router. You can easily roam from room to room without changing your WiFi network
  • Easy Set Up in Minutes: Easily set up and manage your WiFi in a few quick and easy steps using the TP-Link Tether app (Android, iOS). Find the optimal location for the best WiFi connection with intelligent signal indicator
  • Universal Compatibility: The AX1800 range extender is compatible with all WiFi-enabled devices and routers or access points. It even supports new AX phones, laptops and other devices¹
  • All Wireless Extenders are designed to increase or improve WiFi coverage, not to directly increase speed. In some cases improving signal reliability can affect overall throughput