Lafalink Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Wifi Router,Lafalink 2.4GHz 300Mbps Whole Coverage wireless Wi-Fi Router with USB Ports
- 27dBm High power amplifier and 2*3dBi antennas provide 4*the wirelessrange of a normal router Enhanced Wi-Fi signal cuts through walls and obstacles,eliminating dead zones
- Support USB 2.0 Port for wireless files sharing and TxPower Mode:Power Saving, Standard, Super Mode, Wall Penetrating
- DDR2 64MB Flash Build-in for Higher Performance with Gateway / Repeater / AP operation modes
- Support 802.11N/802.11G/802.11B network protocol, the max transmission rate could be 2.4G 300Mbps
LAFALINK LF-DR3800 comes with the next generation Wi-Fi standard 802.11ac, 3 times faster than wireless N speeds and delivering a combined wireless data transfer rate of up to 1.2Gbps. With 867Mbps wireless speeds over the crystal clear 5GHz band and 300Mbps over the 2.4GHz band, the LF-DR3800 is the superior choice for seamless HD streaming, online gaming and other bandwidth-intensive tasks.
1.2Gbps Dual Band Connections for Lag-Free Work and Entertainment
The LAFALINK LF-DR3300 operates over both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, ensuring amazing wireless performance. Simultaneous Dual Band offers you the flexibility of two dedicated networks with multiple times the bandwidth for your needs. Simple tasks like sending e-mails or web browsing can be handled by the 2.4GHz band while bandwidth intensive tasks like online gaming or HD video streaming can be processed by the 5GHz band all at the same time.
High Power and Whole Coverage
Embed with signal amplifiers, the RF power can be 500mW, internally equipped withmultiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO)6dBi antennas guarantee continuous Wi-Fi coverage range up to 200 meters. Several shielding cans along the circuit board reduce interference for reliable simultaneous dual band connections to more WiFi devices.
USB Ports for Storage and Sharing
With the multi-functional USB 2.0 ports, you can share files and media with different devices through your local network or via the ftp server while away from home.
Wireless Transmit Power:11n MCS7:26 1dBm,11g 54Mbps:26 1dBm,11b 11Mbps:29 1dBm, 11ac:21 1dBm
|LAN Ports||1*USB 2.0 interface; 1*10/100M WAN (Auto MDI/MDIX) interface; 4*10/100M LAN (Auto MDI/MDIX) interfaces|
|Package Contents||Router*1, power supply*1, 1M network cable*1, Chinese manual*1|
Buy with confidence. Nearly a year of flawless performance!Coming from a very strong TP Link simultaneous dual band gaming router that got nicked by a nearby lightning strike, and that more than adequately functioned in my house, the triple pack of Google WiFi pucks had a high standard of reliability, throughput, stability, and security to live up to.However, Google WiFi SUCCEEDED in surpassing literally every area of performance and stability. My Spectrum cable internet is rated at 100mbps down and 6 up. I use my own Arris Surfboard modem, which both eliminated the ridiculous hotspot that every ISP all-in-one unit creates (ostensibly sandboxed from your home internet connection), netted me a solid 110 down and 8 up on the same internet plan, and saved me $10 per month for the rental fee of the equipment from the ISP.Stepping up to the Google triple pack increased throughput to 120 down and 10-12 up. And I'm never getting any less than 95 down and 8 up from any point that i can physically access in my 2550 square foot house.In all other aspects, the performance is flawless. In the most literal sense.As for the folks who have had issues, take them in context. Many are using The Google WiFi with equipment that their ISP has intentionally hobbled or crippled; this is NOT the fault of Google... but that of the garbage ISP.I paid $80 for my modem from Amazon. It paid for itself in eighth months. There's simply no reason to not employ your own cable modem, and those that are trying to use hobbled/crippled equipment from their ISP (who neutered that equipment INTENTIONALLY so that people will spend more money WITH THEM) are choosing to do so in defiance of both logical sense and best practices. I recommend you ignore their reviews. They are akin to people who attempt to evaluate the trailer towing performance of a Corvette Z06.I have recommended this system to three friends (all of whom have at least one teenager and each has at least two kids). All love their Google WiFi systems. Great in IoT environments as well.
Easy and awesome!Pretty sweet and easy set up. I can actually get Wifi in all areas of my house now!!
Eliminate home WiFi coverage problemsI was having Wifi coverage issues using an Apple Time Capsule as my primary router, with some extenders. Buffering was terrible. Google WiFi resolved the issues completely. Setup was quick and easy, and there have been no problems in the month and a half I’ve been using it. Buffering never happens, and the whole 2,800 sq ft house is covered with plenty of signal to spare. I have a 100 mbps Spectrum plan, and in the farthest reaches of the house, I pull over 40 mbps minimum, which is plenty for my family’s needs. I plugged the Time Capsule into a port on one of the Google WiFi points for backup purposes. I highly recommend Google WiFi.
Every segment of the home is "meshed".Just an outstanding product. For years, I have been unable to keep a strong signal throughout. The "mesh" has expanded coverage throughout the house and even outside. Simple to set up with the app. I have one in the bedroom and another in the living room and that is all I need.
Good looking unitLooks great. Works ok
Just what I neededNeeded a solution for wifi throughout my house and into my garages; this was ideal.
Awesome mesh WiFi!I got the google WiFi mesh network due to internet issues I was having at my 1800sqft house. I have multiple Hue lights that were on the edge of my WiFi network and was having issues with connecting to them. I was also having issues with speed drop off on the previous WiFi network I had. Before I bought the google mesh network I had also considered the linksys mesh. The google network was easy to setup and have not had one issue at all with it since I got it. It was also better priced than the linksys.
Follow the Instructions!This system installs very easily and works out of the box. Having said that, there are a few considerations. It's at its best when used with a simple modem like you get from the cable company. Trying to graft it onto another network created by a wireless router supplied by your ISP is just asking for trouble. You are getting this expecting the advantages that come with a mesh network, so go with a mesh network 100%, get rid of your old outmoded router and go all mesh system.One more thing, when you install it, follow the instructions the handy app gives you. Do not get ahead of them or try to overthink the situation. One handy tip: You more or less have to install the primary unit first. That's the one that physically connects to your ISP with an Ethernet cable. Then work out from there in order of distance, that is, install the closest one to the primary, the next closest, and so forth.
From A Orbi UserComing from someone who used the Netgear Orbi, The Google WiFi beats Orbi in speed, setting up, WiFi signal, the Orbi dropped connections randomly, The Google WiFi never dropped a single connection runs very stable and smooth.
Amazingly goodGenerally we configure all of our own hardware and are technically savvy.This was simple, worked out of the box, and increased WiFi and router speeds compared to the equipment it replaced.I now have a solid system I can recommend to those without technical savvy to work flawlessly. Fortunately, many of the more advanced settings we needed are still present if buried a bit.