I do love how easy it was to setup. Only a few clicks and its live. The whole ui is very detailed too compared to the other range extenders I've used in the past. Lastly one thing that confuses me a little is what looks to be a green LED on the side of the unit when range extending is active. I thought it would light up but it doesnt and i cant seem to find any info on it. Not that it matters of course lol
Its doing great. the only real downside so far is that i need to be on a wireless device to get into the setup, Not sure if you can turn that off. I use wireless with my laptops, tablets & mobile phones but im using my pc 99% of the time and thats connected via cable as i game.
well It does certainly feel more 'smooth' when browsing the net, streaming and doing a little gaming. Its definitely better then my previous extender but its no holy grail the amount of options you can set in it are crazy
got the little thing up and running, its working OK so far, sadly not much difference then my edimax unit when streaming videos & surfing, gonna load up a game of BF3 in a moment and see if it holds. if not I have just wasted my money
I have seen some pretty negative feedback though, there's quite a few user reviews that claimed that the SR10000 was no better then the router/AP they were trying to extended and that AmpedWireless claim of 10,000 square feet is grossly exaggerated and is false advertising. There is also talk that the transmit power isnt 600mW as they claimed but more 500mW.
It cost me $65 on shipping alone, If i decide that i dont like it, its not worth sending it back as Id have to pay MORE to return it from the UK. postage back and fourth costs more then the SR10000 alone. so this is quite an expensive gamble im taking