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Lafalink Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Wifi Router,Lafalink 2.4GHz 300Mbps Whole Coverage wireless Wi-Fi Router with USB Ports

SKU:  
04A00045
$44.99
  • 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
802.11ac-The Next Generation of Wi-Fi
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.

Specifications:
Standards:802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Data Rate:1200Mbps
Frequency Band:2.4Ghz&5.8Ghz
Wireless Transmit Power:11n MCS7:26 1dBm,11g 54Mbps:26 1dBm,11b 11Mbps:29 1dBm, 11ac:21 1dBm
More Information
Brand LAFALINK
Router Type WE4426
Networking Protocol IEEE802.11n/802.11g/802.11b/802.3/802.3u
Core QCA9531
RAM 64MB
LAN Ports 1*USB 2.0 interface; 1*10/100M WAN (Auto MDI/MDIX) interface; 4*10/100M LAN (Auto MDI/MDIX) interfaces
Weight 417.0000
Dimension 19*9*9cm
Package Contents Router*1, power supply*1, 1M network cable*1, Chinese manual*1
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  1. Just too slow

    60%
    The lack of bridge mode when you use a multiple unit setup causes issues accessing anything on your wired network, printers NAS etc. Even when you have google network box, no integration possible.Biggest issue is speed, I have google fiber and the main puc is close to network box, and I get 250 on the box and 80 on google wifi. same on the other nodes so mesh works.Cloud admin and the apps to manage actually work well. Can do the basics easily and some advanced features.
  2. Simple to use in every respect to use...but beware

    60%
    I bought my three units from Best Buy but because Amazon keeps suggesting this to me I thought I should weigh in. First, it is simple to set up and use. The app is easy to master and it tells you a lot about your many devices that will connect through it. The times I contacted customer tech support they were thorough and followed up to make sure my issues were resolved. That is the good. The bad is this: devices were frequently dropped from connectivity, especially my smart plugs, Alexa, and Google devices. This became such an issue to me that I packed up and stored away all those devices. Second, after slightly more than two months the units failed completely to connect with any devices and had to be replaced. Realistically, if all the chips in your devices are good you will love Google Wifi. And I think that will be the experience of most owners. But if problems do develop, most likely you are not at fault. Again, Google tech support is very good, so take a chance. Last thought: Look into the many devices available via Amazon shopping to get your routers off the floor, off the counter, and that wind up the long cords. These are inexpensive and effective at reducing clutter.
  3. works

    100%
    We have a 3000 sq foot home with reinforced concrete walls between the new and old areas. This solved the dead spot problem
  4. Works well

    100%
    Like them very much
  5. I didn't know it could be this easy.

    100%
    I had no idea I could do what this mesh system let's me do. The range is amazing, I have a 1 acre lot and my house is about in the middle. My garage is about 40' from the house. I put 2 hubs in the house and one in the garage. Tests show a great connection with all hubs and I have complete coverage all over my yard.The associated app is so easy to use. I can set up guest wifi, limit access to my kids, prioritize devices, rename things, and it's all so easy. I just can't believe how much better my internet is too. I've been integrating home automation and this router system makes it so easy anyone could do it. I'm expecting my smartthings 3rd gen hub to come today. I'm not at all worried about integrating it with Google home. Everything has worked perfectly so far.
  6. WiFi of the future!

    80%
    Works great!I'll speak only to one feature which I have kind of mixed feelings about -- the fact that the 5GHz and 2.4GHz channels automatically use the same SSID.On the one hand, if I'm inside and near an access point, I get that 5GHz blazing fast internets, and if I'm outside in the yard I still get that strong 2.4GHz signal.Here's where you did me dirty (and really it isnt googles fault BUT smart-homers be warned), I do a lot of home automation and not all my devices are 5GHz compatible. Several of them require you set up the wifi via your phone, and some are not smart enough to know about the 2.4GHz. What I ended up having to do was plug the device into my car, drive across the street to force the 2.4GHz channel, set the configuration via my phone, then quickly drive back into my yard so that the device would be close enough to connect (its wifi was not as strong as my phone's). So.. that was fun (read: "a hassle")I wish that was a customizable feature, but other that its been all daises and roses!
  7. I didn't think we needed these, but I'm glad we have them

    100%
    Wifi is super fast all over the house, and now makes it all over the property on our 5 acre farm. Before we got these, the wifi didn't pass through plaster walls 100 feet or less from the wifi base. So yeah, these are great.
  8. Successfully covered my house

    100%
    I was having trouble getting wifi through my house - a straight line from my wifi router to my office goes through a washer/dryer, which made it hard to get good coverage. I tried buying a repeater, but it wasn't great. Set these three up to go around the washer/dryer, and now I've got super fast internet in every corner. Easy to set up, and nice that I don't have to worry about switching between networks as I move around the house.
  9. Fast and easy to use

    100%
    Replaced my aging Airport Extreme with this. High quality, yet simple. Great wireless solution.
  10. Terrible Set up, excellent speeds

    80%
    Needed a mesh network to cover a 2800 square foot house with three floors (xbox in the attic). Wifi extended on previous set up just not getting enough speed to the upstairs. Max rate standing next to the router was about 70 mgbs.First, now that the system is up and running, we get over 100mgbs throughout the house. Sometimes as high as 145. Couldn't be happier about that, as we pay for "blazing" speeds from Comcast which we've obviously never really achieved until now. So that's good.The set up, though, was less than ideal. The system comes with a quick set-up "card," suggesting that everything is so simple that really no explanation is needed. And I suppose if everything works the way it's supposed to, no explanation is probably needed. I ran into hanging installations and error messages at literally every step of the way. Had to run the set up multiple times on the base and remote hubs. None of them ended with "installation successful" messages. Nevertheless, even with error messages or even in two instances suggestions to call customer service due to unexpected issues, the hubs are actually up and running at really fast speeds. Checking the system through the app now tells me that everything is working "great." I would give 5 stars but the glitches in set up were too frustrating to allow me to do that.I am hoping this turns out to be a set it and forget it kind of set up.
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