BearExtender which known for its products in long range Wi-Fi solutions for Apple Macintosh computers, declared today the ease of access of two new Wi-Fi products for Macs.
BearExtender 1200 is a high-powered 1200 mW receiver particularly for the long-range 2.4 GHz 802.11n band, and is available for pre-order today (ships August 15). It offers up to 70% more power than the original BearExtender, an advanced high gain 5 dBi antenna and a new high sensitivity receiver.
Whereas BearExtender Turbo is a high-speed 802.11ac receiver will shall be shipping in October. It gives you the highest speed of 867 Mbps that is actually considered to be up to three times faster than modern 802.11n equipped Macs. It also packs in USB 3.0 connectivity, OS X Mavericks compatibility and dual upgradable antennas.
Being based on the latest third generation BearExtender technology, BearExtender 1200 has 70% more power than the original 2009 BearExtender, but still carries the same old price tag that made the original version well-liked among students, members of US armed forces stationed abroad, and Mac users around the globe.
BearExtender 1200 continues the company’s promise to modernism of the long range 2.4 Ghz Wi-Fi band, which is more frequently used in residential areas, campuses, and travel destinations like hotels. Higher frequencies, for instance 5 Ghz band can provide you faster speeds but have considerably shorter range due to the physical properties of 5 Ghz waves.
It is said that In October, BearExtender Turbo will bring 802.11ac compatibility to the Mac operating system, of up to 867 Mbps on the 5 Ghz band.
BearExtender 1200 is just $49.97 and is available for pre-order starting August 1st at www.BearExtender.com (ships August 15th). BearExtender 1200 will be available for purchase in Canada and Europe in late August by official BearExtender distributors.
BearExtender Turbo will be available in October. Pricing will be announced in September.