Product Comparison: NETGEAR EX6150-100NAS vs NETGEAR EX6200
- The power and coverage was surprising to say the least and the throughput.
- The Netgear AC1200 integrates the latest technology to provide the best Wi-Fi coverage of any booster on the market.
- The new browser interface is simple to use. Here's a great way to use it to get maximum speed especially for video related uses if you need to use those in a remote part of your house.
- The Netgear AC1200 was one of the first boosters to boast the 11ac technology. As such, this booster supports devices with the latest Wi-Fi technology.
- For those who don't know, in very basic terms, because of their frequencies, 5GHz is able to carry data higher speeds but gets blocked by walls and other solid objects.
- Great little device that does as advertised, small and not heavy at all.
- It has a high-technology appearance and looks fairly elegant if placed on a shelf or table top.
- Ideal size for home and office. Plug in and forget about it.
- The one problem that the AC plug is on the upper side of the device, making it difficult to place in AC outlets that do not have enough space below due to a piece of furniture or moulding.
- This thing is large and heavy especially by comparison to my older extender.
- Plugged it in, turned it on, and the browser walked me through a complete and secure install in three minutes.
- The indicator lights on this extender provide indication on proximity to router to help optimize installation location and connection status.
- This device is basically a lightweight wireless router with an integrated power supply and single ethernet port.
- Only one ethernet port, which may require a seperate switch in AP mode.
- Web-based user interface provides too little information, is counter-intuitive and often at odds with what the LEDs on the unit indicate.