Amped Wireless AP20000G Wireless Router Promises Up to 7,500 Square Feet of Coverage

Paul Lilly

Is there anything more frustrating than dealing with a wireless dead zone in your home or office building? Sure there are, but no matter how it compares to other unfortunate events, dealing with weak Wi-Fi signals can be a maddening affair. Amped Wireless set about solving this problem with its new AP20000G dual-band Wi-Fi access point. According to Amped Wireless, this high power device will extend the range of your Wi-Fi coverage by up to 7,500 square feet.

The AP20000G works its Wi-Fi extending mojo with a 620MHz processor, premium high power Wi-Fi 600mW 2.4GHz amplifiers, high power 5GHz amplifiers, and two detachable dual-band high gain antennas. Just connect it to your home router (wired or wirelessly) and the AP20000G will do the rest, Amped Wireless says .

In addition to improved Wi-Fi coverage, the AP20000G sports a USB 2.0 port for file sharing, support for advanced security protocols, up to eight Wi-Fi networks for guess access, plug-and-play setup, and four Gigabit wired ports.

Amped Wireless has the AP20000G up for pre-order for $170. Shipments will begin September 26, 2012.

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