Model # RE210

Internet #207128379

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TP-LINK

AC750 Universal Wi-Fi Wall Plug Gigabit Range Extender

  • Strengthens your router's Wi-Fi to minimize coverage dead zones
  • Upgrades networks to powerful Wireless AC technology
  • Gigabit Ethernet port connects wired devices to your Wi-Fi
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Product Overview

  • Strengthens your router's Wi-Fi to minimize coverage dead zones
  • Upgrades networks to powerful Wireless AC technology
  • Gigabit Ethernet port connects wired devices to your Wi-Fi
The RE210 expands your wireless network and minimizes coverage "dead zones" with high-performance antennas and 802.11ac, the latest, most powerful Wi-Fi technology available. The dual band extender also acts as a wireless bridge via its Gigabit Ethernet port, allowing it to connect wired devices like smart TVs and Blu-ray players to your wireless network. A color-changing Intelligent Signal Indicator light measures Wi-Fi strength in an area, helping you find the RE200's perfect set-up spot.

Product Overview

  • Strengthens your router's Wi-Fi to minimize coverage dead zones
  • Upgrades networks to powerful Wireless AC technology
  • Gigabit Ethernet port connects wired devices to your Wi-Fi
Model #: RE210
Internet #: 207128379

The RE210 expands your wireless network and minimizes coverage "dead zones" with high-performance antennas and 802.11ac, the latest, most powerful Wi-Fi technology available. The dual band extender also acts as a wireless bridge via its Gigabit Ethernet port, allowing it to connect wired devices like smart TVs and Blu-ray players to your wireless network. A color-changing Intelligent Signal Indicator light measures Wi-Fi strength in an area, helping you find the RE200's perfect set-up spot.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.1
Product Height (in.)
3
Product Width (in.)
3.7

Details

Electronics Included Components
No additional items included
Features
Ethernet connection
Maximum data transfer rate/speed (Mbps)
750
Network Standard
Wireless AC Gigabit
Product Weight (lb.)
.5 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
4-UL Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
2 year limited warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.1
Product Height (in.)
3
Product Width (in.)
3.7

Details

Electronics Included Components
No additional items included
Features
Ethernet connection
Maximum data transfer rate/speed (Mbps)
750
Network Standard
Wireless AC Gigabit
Product Weight (lb.)
.5 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
4-UL Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
2 year limited warranty

Questions & Answers

Will this work to boost cell phone coverage in the Home. AT&T service?

Asked by: kc
No. Only internet from a router.
Answered by: Redbadgerbear
Date published: 2018-05-11

At a given time.. how many max users it can help connect?

At a given time.. how many max users it can help connect?
Asked by: Paul
I had a very difficult time with this if one person was on the other person could not use it. The second person could not use the other WiFi in the house because this unit kind of blocked that signal. I have two of these and decided to put them back in the box
Answered by: Ken
Date published: 2018-05-17

Is their a video showing how to set up the AC750 range extender?

Asked by: Ray
Yes
Answered by: Jim
Date published: 2017-12-23

Will it work with a mobile hotspot and Xbox??

Asked by: Redhd
yes it should work fine
Answered by: Darrin
Date published: 2018-11-06
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Customer Reviews

AC750 Universal Wi-Fi Wall Plug Gigabit Range Extender is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 58.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great WiFi Extender TP-Link AC750 Universal Wi-Fi Wall Plug Range Extender This is an excellent Wi-Fi range extender. A couple of years ago I installed a Wi-Fi extender, getting it setup was a bit difficult but this one could not be easier. Simply plug it into a wall socket near your current router and follow the quick instruction guide. There are two methods, one is a manual configuration and the other works for routers with WPS, either setup is easy to do. Once you have it configured unplug and move it halfway between your router and where you need a wireless connection and plug it back in. This little Wi-Fi extender is really versatile, works on both 2.4ghz and 5ghz wireless networks, it also has a RJ45 plug in ethernet port should you need to plug something directly into a port. Once you have this up and running you should login to the extender and change the default password. There are 6 led lights on the front of the extender that give you a status of the functions, if you don’t like them being on while you are changing the password you can change the configuration so they don’t turn on, pretty cool I am very pleased with this extender. Pros Easy setup High quality Looks great Very flexible Cons None
Date published: 2016-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy install and works great! The installation of this repeater is easier than installing a router. You can plug this to any of the standard electric outlets. Make sure you place the repeater somewhere between where the signal is strong and where you are not getting enough signal. Next you have to connect the repeater using its wifi address and login using the web address provided on the box. It then allows you to select the router wifi that you need to extend. The whole process took about 5-10 minutes for me. One suggestion: choose a different wifi name for the repeater so you do not end up connecting to the weaker network. This also comes with a LAN port in case you need connect a desktop or something like that. Get this product if you have wifi dead spots in your house.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bought it as a last minute replacement for my belkin.This... Bought it as a last minute replacement for my belkin.This one is not as good as I thought as it buffers more than the belkin.Definite lag on speed.But bought it cheap on an end cap with yellow tag, so I didnt really do my homework, oh well.... live and learn !
Date published: 2018-12-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 4 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2019-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2019-02-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Compact Wifi expansion This is the TP-Link RE210 AC750 wifi extender. This is designed to extend your existing Wifi network to areas of your house or property that your current Wifi can't reach. About the size of two stacked cigarette packs it has two small collapsible antennas on the side. On the bottom is a gigabit Ethernet port giving you the option of plugging directly in to it. This is a great option if you have a network device that does not have wireless capability, perhaps a printer or gaming console. Across the front are 4 small LED lights indicating Power, the 2.4GHz status, the 5GHz status, and what state the extender is currently in (ex establishing a link to the main router). The lights are not garishly bright so having this in a bedroom at night shouldn't cause too much annoyance. And if it does, you can push the LED button on the let side to turn them off. Also on the left side is the master Reset button. On the right side of the extender is the Power button and a button labeled "RE". I don't know why TP-Link used RE to label this button but this is actually the WPS button. If your router is equipped with WPS you can use this to make connecting to it much easier. Physical installation literally just means plugging it in to a wall outlet about halfway between your wireless router and the dead zone you're trying to correct and raising the two small antennas. Judging by the construction this is NOT meant for outdoor use. You could easily mount it inside a shed or outbuilding though. When first plugged in the unit will begin broadcasting its own Wifi network. Once you connect your computer or phone to the temporary Wifi network and launch a web browser you'll be presented with a setup wizard that makes the configuration process super simple. Scan for your Wifi network, enter the network password, setup the new extension network, and wait for it to reboot. During setup I screwed up some settings and could no longer connect to the TP-Link unit so I needed to reset it. If you find yourself in this situation you'll need to hold the reset button down for a very long time. At least thirty seconds by my estimate before the unit actually resets. The lights will flash in various patterns but it seems as though at least thirty seconds is needed. The user interface is pretty intuitive to use with lots of advanced settings that most people won't even need to worry about. One feature worth mentioning is the "High Speed" option. By linking the repeater to your router's 2.4GHz or 5GHz network (but not both) you can increase the potential throughput available to your clients. Changing most of these advanced settings requires the unit to reboot in order for them to take effect which is kind of annoying as most other consumer Wifi equipment is able to immediately implement them without a reboot. However, for the most part, you would only need to change them once in a great while. So far the performance has been great. The existing Wifi signal in my backyard is rather poor because my router is installed in the middle of my house forcing the radio waves to travel through three interior walls. I linked this unit to my 5GHz network, plugged it in to an outlet on the wall at the back of my house and I now have full signal strength everywhere in the 2.4GHz band. My backyard only extends about 30ft from the back of my house so it isn't a huge area that it needs to cover but now I can mow the lawn without my music stopping to buffer. I bet if I plugged it in to the empty electrical outlet in my attic the coverage would be even better. I feel like the price is a bit on the high side considering there are other products out there that offer quite a bit more capability (like the TP Link CPE210) and cost less money but this is much more compact, user friendly, easier to install, and easier to configure.
Date published: 2016-06-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from simple to use, works well This range extender supports both 2.4GHz and 5Ghz. It is well presented in its box and feels well made. The unit is small and simply plugs into a power socket. The instructions give two methods of getting it set up, using the WPS button on the router, or accessing it via its own wi-fi network and setting the name and password of your router. I tried the WPS method but it failed, so I did a reset and then went with the second setup method which all worked fine. Once set up, to test, I took it to the end of a 50' power cable down the yard and plugged it in. After a short while it connected to the network and I was able to do an internet speed test from my tablet 40' further out from the house and get my full broadband internet speed. A nice feature is the socket for plugging in an internet cable - allowing me to run a non-wi-fi PC from it too.
Date published: 2016-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great WiFi extension and no noticeable speed issues This extender is designed to extend your WiFi network's signal to either "dead zones" or farther from the WiFi router. So far, it has worked very well for me. I connected it to my home WiFi without issue and was able to access my network through it. I have moved it several times and connected it to different Wi-Fi networks. It works well as long as you put it far enough away from the Wi-Fi source. There is too close and too far from the WiFi router. It has LEDs to tell you what's working and to help evaluate your signal strength, but you need the instructions to know what the LED lights mean. My Wi-Fi modem is at one end of my house and I moved the extender twice, eventually settling in the garage. Now, I can get Wi-Fi across my entire 70 foot court (which is great for streaming music while I'm outside). I haven't noticed any speed issues yet as long as the extender is far enough away from the Wi-Fi source. At one point, the extender was too close and I was having connection issues. Now, with the extender in the garage, I have had no issues. Setting it up properly requires some networking / WiFi knowledge. The directions are fairly good, but the user web interface for setup is not always intuitive. After having changed the network a number of times now, I've got the hang of it and understand it and can make changes fairly easily. However, the first and second times could be somewhat clumsy depending on you ability, WiFi network and knowledge of the settings of that network.
Date published: 2016-07-12
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