Edimax N300 Wi-Fi Extender and N150 Personal Hotspot Review

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Edimax N300 Wi-Fi Extender and N150 Travel Router Review

Edimax Wi-Fi Extender (EW-7438RPn) and Travel Router (6258nL) Review

As with a number of manufacturers who produce networking products Edimax offer a wide range of devices, not just the standard router and adapter configuration most people need. For those who have a more unique requirement Edimax offer devices such as their N300 Universal Wi-Fi Extender and Wi-Fi personal hotspot (or travel router as it could be known). Today we have one of each to review.

Edimax Wi-Fi Extender box Edimax Wi-Fi Extender bundle

The Edimax logo is red and black on white so it is no surprise to see the packaging following a similar design. On the front of the box we get a note of some key features and a nice clear view of the product as well as a quick usage diagram. Pretty much all a consumer would need to know. Inside the box we find a quick start guide, mini-cd for software, access information and a LAN cable.

Personal Hotspot box Personal Hotspot bundle

The Wi-Fi Personal Hotspot packaging follows a similar colour scheme to the extender and again we get some key info on the use of the product. This time though instead of a picture we can see the product itself through the box window. Bundled with the device we get product documentation, access information and a mini-CD with software.

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