NETGEAR WiFi Booster Range Extender | WiFi Extender Booster | WiFi Repeater Internet Booster | Covers up to 1200 sq ft and 20 devices | AC1200…

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NETGEAR WiFi Booster Range Extender | WiFi Extender Booster | WiFi Repeater Internet Booster | Covers up to 1200 sq ft and 20 devices | AC1200…
NETGEAR WiFi Booster Range Extender | WiFi Extender Booster | WiFi Repeater Internet Booster | Covers up to 1200 sq ft and 20 devices | AC1200…



  • WIFI BOOSTER FOR EXTENDED WIRELESS COVERAGE: Adds Wi-Fi range coverage up to 1200 sq ft, and connects up to 20 devices such as laptops, smartphones, speakers, IP cameras, tablets, IoT devices, and more. Technical Support on 03448 754000
  • AC1200 WI-FI SPEED: Provides up to 1200Mbps performance using dual-band and patented FastLane(TM) technology. System requirements: Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0, Firefox 20 or Safari 5.1 or Google Chrome 25.0 browsers or higher
  • UNIVERSAL COMPATIBILITY: Works with any wireless router, gateway, or cable modem with Wi-Fi
  • WIRED ETHERNET PORT: Simply plug in game consoles, streaming players, or other nearby wired devices using the one 10/100M port for maximum speed
  • SAFE & SECURE: Supports WEP and WPA/WPA2 wireless security protocols
  • SIMPLE TO SETUP: Press the WPS button to connect to your router. Use the NETGEAR Wi-Fi Analyzer app for optimal location

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Specification: NETGEAR WiFi Booster Range Extender | WiFi Extender Booster | WiFi Repeater Internet Booster | Covers up to 1200 sq ft and 20 devices | AC1200…



Product Dimensions

‎5.52 x 6.72 x 3.9 cm, 131.54 Grams

Item model number




‎NETGEAR 11AC 1200 Mbps (300 Mbps + 900 Mbps) Dual Band Wi-Fi Range Extender with External Antennas (Wi-Fi Booster) (EX6120-100UKS)

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Processor Brand


Processor Type

‎A Series

Processor Speed


RAM Size


Memory Technology


Maximum Memory Supported

‎1 GB

Hard Drive Size


Hard Disk Description

‎Flash Memory Solid State

Hard Drive Interface


Hard Disk Rotational Speed


Graphics Card Description


Graphics RAM Type

‎72-Pin EDO SIMM Memory

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Graphics Card Interface


Wireless Type

‎802.11n, 802.11b, 802.11a, 802.11g

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Power Source

‎Plug Type G (UK)

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Item Weight

‎132 g

Reviews (5)

5 reviews for NETGEAR WiFi Booster Range Extender | WiFi Extender Booster | WiFi Repeater Internet Booster | Covers up to 1200 sq ft and 20 devices | AC1200…

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  1. Muhammad

    As I’ve said, I’ve bought 2 of these at 2 different points in time so I can give you a good long term review of the extender

    – You get the passthrough UK plug. Therefore you don’t lose a socket.
    – When these are working, you get a really long range without sacrificing speed. I can access WiFi from a couple of doors away down my street and the garden too.

    – I consider myself knowledgeable when it comes to tech. However these were a bit of a pain to set and took longer than it needed to. They wouldn’t automatically connect despite being in the same room as my router and following all the instructions and also making sure the router would allow the connection.
    I had to set up the extender manually and even that took a while to do as it wouldn’t complete setting up twice.

    – Connection drops out on these more than I’d like them to. Even though it’s only maybe 5-7% of the time, I’ve paid good money for this product especially when cheaper alternatives exist and expect a solid…

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  2. Raznic

    Having read some of the reviews commenting on set up problems I was a tad apprehensive. Looked like a great bit of gear apart from that so I bit the bullet and ordered it. Took me about 5 minutes to connect it and be up and running. Really easy, just following the instructions in the quick set up guide. I’m using it, via the ethernet connection, to my desktop PC in my home office in the garage. Which is detached from the house and the signal has to go through the house wall (cavity block and brick) and the garage wall (brick and drylined and insulated) with about a fifteen foot gap between the house and garage.
    Works perfectly, and gives me a much better connection than the BT 610 Wi-Fi extender which I had before and had started to give me problems.
    I cannot fault it so far, and am more than happy with the performance. As an added bonus it is a very small and neat unit, even with the external antennae, and I can use both sockets in the double wall outlet no problem.

    I’m just adding…

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  3. Chris

    Very disappointed with how this device works. My Wifi network is locked down to allow only specific device to connect. With this device in extender mode it replaces the first 3 octets of a roaming device to give a virtual mac. This means if you have a roaming device (phone/tablet) via this device to your locked down router, it is necessary to add 3 allowed macs (1 direct, 2 via the Netgear at 2.4/5GHz). In AP mode with a wired connection this device is useless. Despite what Netgear state it is only possible to deny access to device that have already connected i.e. have a known mac address. All other devices provide a means to whitelist (block all others), but Netgear only provides a means to blacklist known macs. I contacted NG support who gave a link to a support page (see attached) which shows they known the problem and try to double speak around it. Conclusion: Dont buy if you have a network locked down by mac address (I am aware that mac’s can be spoofed. but still I expect a…

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  4. Kenneth McLeod

    I’ve had these extenders before in my house which didn’t work, my house has all solid walls. I got this one which gives a 2Ghz and 5Ghz signal with my newly installed BT Broadband home hub, thus far it has worked perfectly and I’ve had it around a month. I am running 2 Sky Q boxes in my bedrooms and 2 phones from it and we always get a strong signal and high-speed downloads. Highly recommended, wasn’t crazy expensive either.

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  5. mandie Robinson

    needed to extend my wifi range upstairs for a laptop, its some distance from the router and felt this might help.
    it tells you to plug into a socket in the same room as your router, i couldn’t do that, tried an extension lead but would not connect to that using wps so used a socket in the kitchen then went into my router settings to connect it up, it’s a virgin 3 hub, find advanced settings and wps then just push on the wps button on the netgear and then click “add client” box in your virgin router page, sets it all up for you and your done.
    router connection sometimes goes red but it is still connected to it, and the laptop is now getting a full wireless single to it, so i am happy with this.
    i am actually going to buy another one or two to put round the house and increase the area which other wireless devices we have will be improved by these.

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