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Amped Wireless Launches Titan-EX Wi-Fi Extender to Obliterate Dead Spots

by Maximum PC | September 19, 2015September 19, 2015 6:00 am PST

Amped Wireless Titan-EX Wi-Fi Extender

Better Wi-Fi coverage

If you’ve followed our router coverage, including a couple of roundups, then you know that not all routers are created equal. However, even the best routers aren’t immune to dead spots, depending on the size of the home and how many obstructions are in the way. One way to fill those dead spots and expand your Wi-Fi coverage is with an extender, and Amped Wireless just launched a new one that supposedly stretches Wi-Fi signals up to an additional 14,000 square feet.

It’s called the Titan EX and it’s a high power AC1900 Wi-Fi range extender with 14 amplifiers (three 2.4GHz high power amplifiers, four 2.4GHz signal reception amplifiers, three 5GHz high power amplifiers, and four 5GHz signal reception amplifiers), four high gain 5dBi antennas, a 1GHz dual-core processor, and 128MB of DDR3 memory..

“The Titan-Ex is the most powerful range extender we’ve ever released. Now, Wi-Fi users can benefit from up to 14,000 square feet of uninterrupted Internet coverage,” said Lacey Limbrick, Brand Marketing Manager. “Fourteen amplifiers and four high gain antennas combined with untouchable AC1900 speeds make the nightmares of dropped connections, buffering videos and slow downloads distant memories.”

In addition to extending your router’s 2.5GHz and 5GHz bands, the Titan-EX features five gigabit ports for connecting wired devices, such as game consoles and smart TVs.

The caveat is the price –Amped Wireless set the Titan-EX’s MSRP at $190.

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