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D-Link logoD-Link has announced a compact wall-plugged wireless range extender.

The DAP-1320 Wireless Range Extender is a 2.4 GHz "N300" wireless repeater that works with all routers and access points, not just those supporting WDS repeating.

The extender is roughly a two inch cube with built-in power supply that can be plugged right into a wall outlet.

It supports 802.11bgn devices and features easy WPA/WPA2 wireless security setup via push-button Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS). It has no Ethernet port, so cannot be used as an access point.

D-Link DAP-1320

D-Link DAP-1320

The DAP-1320 is available now for $49.99 MSRP.

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