Asus RP-AC52 Dual Band AC750 Range Extender / Access Point

MX61010 RP-AC52 Dual Band AC750 Range Extender / Access Point
MX61010 RP-AC52 Dual Band AC750 Range Extender / Access Point MX61010 RP-AC52 Dual Band AC750 Range Extender / Access Point MX61010 RP-AC52 Dual Band AC750 Range Extender / Access Point MX61010 RP-AC52 Dual Band AC750 Range Extender / Access Point

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Waste money

Submitted on Friday, July 21, 2017
By Tran
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

Looks nice

Weaknesses of the product

Keep losing connection

Additional Comments

Don't buy any kind of those stuffs to extend your wifi network. Not any works well

A Dud

Submitted on Sunday, April 10, 2016
By F Smith
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

Easy to set up

Weaknesses of the product

Doesn't work (kind of essential)! The signals received on the 5 Ghz channels of this range extender were consistently less than I received directly from the router! Using Speedtest on a new Dell laptop with i-7 Intel processor, iPhone 6, and iPad, all on ac wi-fi, I consistently obtained only 50-85% of the signal that was received directly from the router. So...why buy this? Maybe as a "range reducer"?

Additional Comments

This is a waste of $105, and I will be returning it. I purchased to try to improve a weak signal in my living area. I am using an Asus RT-AC66U router (AC) located on the main floor. Signals are good on two floors directly above the router (100+ Mbps down and 25+ Mbps up), but drop on the second floor at a horizontal distance from the router. However, the "extender" cut the signal strength even more---like by 60% directly above the router, and 25% at a distance.
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