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For the past couple of years I've been using a Netgear XAV 101 AV Ethernet Adaptor which use the mains ring circuit to provide internet linkage to my TV so I can access BBC IPlayer etc. I now have a Kindle Fire HDX and TV Fire stick for viewing movies... 16 Jul 2015
It should be usable in addition to your other devices quite happily provided your modem/router has a spare ethernet port. That said, I found the N600 to be worse at streaming to my Nexus Player than my old WiFi router (a really old thing!) when using the 2.5GHz band. It was fine if I moved it over to 5GHz but lots of devices didn't work with that sadly. A quick Google seems to suggest many Kindle Fire's don't see 5GHz wifi, so make sure your model can before you stump up!
Does the WiFi extender function use existing WiFi signals or the ethernet input to repeat the signal? 19 Jun 2015
It can do either
Mine was a UK socket version.
It does for me... But with no Stone walls in the middle!
Which one is better(faster), AC750 or N600? My router is Asus RT-AC68U. Can you help me to choose?Thanking you, Duran 29 Jan 2015
The ac750 is faster and with better ranging!
What are the product dimensions? They differ between the Amazon and Asus websites. thanks in advance 8 Dec 2014
Dimensions as follows: 5.5cm (width), 8.5cm (height), 4cm (depth from wall socket faceplate - measurement does not include socket pins)
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