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9 thoughts on “Netgear WiFi Booster for Mobile (WN1000RP-100NAS)

  1. Robert J. Wolf says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars Could not be happier , 17 August 2012
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    This review is from: Netgear WiFi Booster for Mobile (WN1000RP-100NAS) (Personal Computers)

    As announced I first saw this product, I called Netgear to see if this product was compatible with my Apple Airport Extreme -. they assured me it was, it arrived today, it took about 15 minutes to set it up with my laptop, if some of this time was due to my confusion -. I not a techie – about where to find my wireless network manager I once (I did not know it was the place where all available Wi-Fi connections are listed – I saw wrongly in my control panel). the instructions were easy to follow (although still three minutes were lost when I realized – and that’s not in the manual -., that you need to first log on to the Web settings as admin / password)..
    But the bottom line is that after just those 15 minutes, I took my ipad on my back porch and for the first time could easily surf the Internet. Large signal. And the amplifier in my living room about 15 feet away.
    And yes, . allows me to keep my setup password security

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  • Dean says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars Works great , 25 August 2012
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    I am in this for about 10 minutes I think every time I make my wireless network , I take a few minutes to get my bearings, but this unit is really easy to install. now I can my iPad and laptop with a much stronger signal in a “dead zone” use of my home. This device is small and know how it looks on the wall in order, the price is very fair I recommend this booster

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  • Finest City Resident "Hikin n bikin" says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars super simple and works great , September 2012
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  • LoveMyToys says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 135 of 142 people found the following review helpful:
     4.0 out of 5 stars Great Phone, but not perfect! , 13 July 2012
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    This review is from: Samsung Galaxy S III 4G Android Phone, Blue 16GB (Sprint) (Wireless Phone)

    The GS3 sexy specs and glossy good looks (especially in the blue gravel) that convinced me. On launch day, I exchanged my beloved Droid Razr Maxx, the Samsung Galaxy S3. Before Maxx I briefly owned the Verizon version of the GNexus (which I recommend at all). Before I get into the nitty gritty details with pros and con comparisons, which at the time of this review, this is the phone you’ve been waiting for – the phone that you use to perform upgrades or you sign a ridiculous contract with Verizon. After 10 minutes with the phone, it is a logical step from the Razr Maxx and Galaxy Nexus -. The former top-tier Android phones on Big Red network performance

    As much as I loved my Razr Maxx (and his marathon 2-3 solid days of battery life), after a few minutes with the GS3 , the power increase is very noticeable. The GS3 is silky smooth, without lagginess ever. Apps (especially heavy games like GTA III) start quickly and play is flawless. I know many of you are not even playing more than the occasional fling some angry birds, but the GS3 ability hardcore mobile games with ease is a clear indicator that it be able to run 99.9% of the apps out there in two years. In other words, this phone has the chops to help you make it through your contract, without a countdown for your next upgrade.
    How about some real examples of the GS3 muscle? Qualcomm S4 chipset with an industry-leading 2GB RAM can 1080p video files like butter. Surprisingly, it was able to play a 23.5 Mbps AVCHD file with hardware decoding decoding! I was even able to take play the file in the video to the screen, while I have a few Google searches. The average $ 400 laptop that would have a hard time handling!
    GS3 not disappoint on the audio side, either. While HTC touts its Beats Audio technology, which is nothing more than a brand equilizer setting with limited value – unless you spend $ 100 or more on a Beats headphones (which I personally do not care for) are. Sammy other hand, in two dropped Wolfson digital-analog converter, which allows the pumping out GS3 lossless high bit rate music with ease. With a pair Etyotic HF3 IEM headphones, sound quality was crisp and clean for music playback. And lossy tracks streaming from Amazon Cloud sounded surprisingly full. Much more than on some other phones that I have. In terms of music playback, the GS3 is every bit the equal of the iPhone and maybe a little better.
    The Screen
    The GS3 is the 4.8 “720p HD screen is a balancing! The Super AMOLED panel provides rich color saturation and excellent contrast., the panel will be used to screen is make beautifully made. the slight curve in the design makes touch a joy. text is crisp, and I see no problem with this latest implementation of PenTile technology. Blurring of Galaxy S, GNexus fascinate and is a thing of the past. Watch videos on the GS3 is a delight.
    All is not perfect with the GSIII screen. During the contrast and color saturation are strong points for the phone, if you like natural colors pumped up the saturation, you can be trouble. Personally I would choose again the saturation, if I could. the GS2 had to tweak a setting menu that allows users brightness, contrast, hue and saturation. For reasons I do not understand that great feature, as some cell phone behind this next generation , that’s a shame remained.
    While saturation a matter of taste, the real problem with the screen brightness is. too cranked up to 100%, the screen seems to still have a few nits behind the curve. I would like be able to select up to 120%. Maximum brightness is much less bright than the screen on the Maxx (the Motorola supplied by Sammy). So what happened? I’m not sure, but my best guess is that to compensate for the sake of improving the life of the battery and the size of the screen (and the power that the screen size will suck), select Sammy, a software restriction that limits the ability of users to pump the brightness . put Hopefully this will be healed by a future firmware update.
    While the brightness could use a boost, this shortage is compounded by terrible auto brightness implementation. If Auto-Brightness is turned on, the phone is sudden and drastic adjustments in brightness makes a consistently well-lit area, it seems that the software only has 3 settings for brightness when it is set to auto -. .. low, medium and high (which is not so high to begin) The phone will suddenly fall from high to low, so that the screen can not be read until dark Sammy sends a software update to fix the problem, I have disabled the auto-brightness feature.
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  • Mel Doner says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 78 of 85 people found the following review helpful:
     4.0 out of 5 stars good phone for the elderly , 7th July 2012
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    This review is from: Samsung Galaxy S III 4G Android Phone, Blue 16GB (Sprint) (Wireless Phone)

    Got my phone came on the first day out. I have. Upgrade to a smartphone, so I was not sure if I would be able to figure it out, but this phone was not too difficult First thing is that it is so light and thin, I was afraid and did not keep dropping comfortable until I put a case and screen protector, but after I did it was great. The case received just enough grip to it. Simply obvious The on / off button in such a way that when you squeeze it, you will also be placed at the end of the volume button pressed on the other side, so I ended up pushing it, while in one hand with the other hand , not always comfortably. The large screen is great (I just upgraded to this when I’m older with bad eyesight) and everything is big enough that it can be seen with bad EYESITE without reading glasses for those of us who can. All of the most commonly used elements are there when you start, and you can adjust all your monitors if necessary. Making and receiving calls is very simple and the choice screen has large buttons and simple controls access. Even the keys are with what they are, how to hang those who confused going through symbols, so that we do not hang up at the end when trying to press labeled handsfree. The same applies for SMS. The speaker is clear and loud enough so that, when your hearing starts to go, you can still understand people. If you are in the car, you can simply bring the voice with just a quick tap to support and have the phone, what to do, either make a call or send a text (in this case you would dictate the message). Appointments and reminders can be prepared in the same manner. I love that, at the very front, it supports voice search google, something I the whole time. (Locating a type of business, reviews of products, etc) Apps are easy to download and very fast. This phone with 4G service is so fast and responsive when accessing the internet as my home computer. I’m a news junkie and I am able to all the sites I would normally visit and easy to read, without feeling like I can not see what I see normally be able to see. The large screen means limited scrolling and easy viewing. I have not tried the navigation apps included, but downloaded one called Waze that works better than my OnStar navigation in my car. The phone has an easy access to WiFi so if you want to save your data usage is simple enough to use that instead this is. The notification bar is informative, but the phone also has a little light that flashes when your screen is not on, you can see that it is something that requires your attention. Battery usage is okay, I would make sure that you charge it every night if you are a heavy Internet person. It takes a few hours or so fully calculated directly from the wall socket longer if charging USB port. Taking pictures and videos is a breeze and the quality is wonderful. There are a lot of other features that I have not wished for (eg file sharing). Overall I am very satisfied with this phone.

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  • C. Rose says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 29 of 29 people found the following review helpful:
     4.0 out of 5 stars Great Phone with some disadvantages , 16 July 2012
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    This review is from: Samsung Galaxy S III 4G Android Phone, Blue 16GB (Sprint) (Wireless Phone)

    The look and feel of the phone is, like no other. It’s thin, light, and really, really powerful
    software.
    It has to turn some really advanced features such as automatic face tagging, pause, and more, but I find that I really do not use the features as much as I thought I was, especially since it not fully mature (ex: I tagged my wife’s face at least 3 different times, and it still does not work) are. As a result I can not use the “cutting edge” features just as much as much as I do, I would. However
    the phone stands out the day to day functions are even my tablet problems
    Reception (my tablet Asus Transformer reboots almost 2 times / day my cell phone, no :-).):.
    My wife has an Evo 3D, we also have an LG Optimus possession and Blackberry have all had 5 bars reception while my Galaxy S3 is only 1-3 bars, usually 2
    Conclusion.
    Overall, I like the phone, despite the reception problems. I’ve never had an Android phone, which I do. Truly experience a seamless Android experience before I had had the Galaxy S3 I might also mention that this is the best looking phone on the market and it feels great to hold.

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  • M. Schaffer says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 13 of 15 people found the following review helpful:
     4.0 out of 5 stars damn fast, but check it for your MacBook Air , 22nd July 2012
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    This review is from: Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter (Personal Computers)

    Granted, this product is nice, but I would advise anyone to think twice about their needs before purchase. I realized after I got there that the MacBook Air is only a thunderbolt adapter. And the reason why I usually use an adapter because I click on a conference podium where the wifi’m not usable. can not both this and a display port adapter at the same time, so I also had a USB adapter.
    , this I hold it for any time I need to plan this adapter is super quick to do large transfers . But definitely consider your needs a bit more detail than I

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  • burntham77 "Rob" says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 3 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars Easy , 11 August 2012
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    review is from: Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter (Personal Computers)

    I put this in my Macbook Air and it just worked. The Internet is much faster in this than the air of the WiFi connection.

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  • nikecmh says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 9 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars like Apple Boot Camp and Windows 8 review! , 22nd June 2012
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    I’m using the 2011 Macbook Air that has a Thunderbolt port, it runs OS X v10.7.4. which is the latest and necessary. I also have a software update check, and it was the update for the Thunderbolt adapter for work needed. Simple setup.
    But what this on the use Mac side anyway
    ! Here’s how it went on 32bit Windows 8 Consumer Preview. Same for Windows 7 32bit users apply. To find the device, you must do it right with the Thunderbolt port , then turn on the computer. I found no matter what I did, unless it in with him, it would not boot function plugged. Drivers will not be installed automatically, or they are available from Windows Update. them must Broadcom. download Google “broadcom driver NetXtreme Desktop”, and it is the first link, as it can not be posted here.
    I go the Windows 7 Drivers for Windows 8 and it worked only in Device Manager and update the driver in this way, the selection of the file that you just downloaded.

    Very simple process. Remember’ve plugged it before you boot into Windows. Also an FYI, the Investor Adapter feel surprisingly very warm

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