Netgear EX8000 Setup
This Netgear Extender is a triband extender and it gives the high speed of up to 3 Gbps. You can now look forward to better connectivity in your whole house with the EX8000 as it has an inbuilt Fast lane 3 technology which will turn your dead zones into fun zones.It works well with all kinds of wifi routers as the extender has the flexibility that is needed to work efficiently with any wifi router. You can sit in any corner of your house and experience full connectivity and strong signal strength as it is 5GHz band offering up to 1.7 Gbps speed extension for your wifi devices. It is a Nighthawk Mesh Extender and it greatly improves the performance of your wifi router. It comes with the MU-MIMO (Multiple Input-Multiple Output) feature so that you can use more than one device in order to stream your videos. Although it does not come with any external antennas it has six internal antennas and eight LED light indicators on its front, giving you a room friendly look with its design.
If you are not able to get enough wifi from your Internet Service Provider (ISP), you can boost your wifi connectivity with the EX8000 tri band wifi range extender. It uses the same wifi name and you can move around anywhere in your house and enjoy great streaming experience on YouTube and Netflix as the smart roaming intelligently connects your devices to the wifi for 4K streaming, surfing and lot more. If you need more Ethernet ports in order to connect network ready wired devices and need USB storage options, getting EX8000 Extender will be the best choice.You can connect your wired devices like your smart TV and game consoles via the extender’s four (4) Gigabit Ethernet ports.
Features at a glance-
- Wifi speed up to 3Gbps, quad-core processor and advanced features like MU-MIMO and smart connect
- Strong wireless connectivity by extending your wifi to your smart home devices
- 802.11 ac wifi technology, Triband – 400Mbps at 2.4GHz-256QAM, 866Mbps at 5GHz-256QAM and 1733Mbps at 5GHz-256QAM
- Four (4) 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports with auto-sensing technology