Extreme Range WiFi Router

Extreme Range WiFi Router (Images courtesy ThinkGeek)
By Andrew Liszewski

If you’ve ever been disappointed by the range of your WiFi router, you’ll be glad to know you’re just an upgrade away from being able to broadcast your wiFi signal up to a quarter mile in all directions. The Extreme Range WiFi router operates with 30dBm of power, which is apparently the strongest radio signal of this type allowed by the FCC.

While it might only seem useful for people living in giant mansions or working in large offices, if you happen to live in a downtown setting imagine being able to go anywhere for a quarter mile while still being able to connect to your home network. Besides the ‘extreme range’ the router also supports WPA-Enterprise, WPA2 and WEP security as well as 802.11b and 802.11g.

It’s currently available from ThinkGeek for $284.99.

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1 thought on “Extreme Range WiFi Router”

  1. I wonder how this will work. Ok, the router has an extreme range sending it’s stuff, but the clients won’t be able to reach it b/c they will be out of range by then.
    But if you like to spend $284.99 on something worth no more than 50 bucks, be my guest 😉

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