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Amped Wireless logo Amped Wireless has announced a wall-plugged wireless range extender

The REC10 High Power 600mW Compact Wi-Fi Range Extender is a 2.4 GHz N300 range extender in a compact "wall-wart" style enclosure.

The extender supports WEP, WPA and WPA2 wireless security, Wi-Fi Protected Setup and works with all wireless routers.

It can also function as a wireless bridge, connecting any Ethernet device via its 10/100 Ethernet port.

Like many Amped Wireless products, the REC10 has dual 600mW transmit and dual low noise receive amplifiers. One external antenna is upgradeable but the second internal antenna is not.

Amped Wireless REC10 High Power 600mW Compact Wi-Fi Range Extender

Amped Wireless REC10 High Power 600mW Compact Wi-Fi Range Extender

The REC10 is available now direct from Amped Wireless for $79.99 MSRP and shortly in general distribution.

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