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  1. BearExtender Mini Mac WiFi Booster, 10.3-10.8 Mountain Lion, 1000 mW High Power Transmitter, Long Range Upgradable Antenna, 802.11b/g/n, Made for Apple Mac OS X
    BearExtender Mini Mac WiFi Booster, 10.3-10.8 Mountain Lion, 1000 mW High Power Transmitter, Long Range Upgradable Antenna, 802.11b/g/n, Made for Apple Mac OS X
    BearExtender Mini Mac WiFi Booster, 10.3-10.8 Mountain Lion, 1000 mW High Power Transmitter, Long Range Upgradable Antenna, 802.11b/g/n, Made for Apple Mac OS X
    BearExtender Mini Mac WiFi Booster, 10.3-10.8 Mountain Lion, 1000 mW High Power Transmitter, Long Range Upgradable Antenna, 802.11b/g/n, Made for Apple Mac OS X
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  2. BearExtender Mini Mac WiFi Booster, 10.3-10.8 Mountain Lion, 1000 mW High Power Transmitter, Long Range Upgradable Antenna, 802.11b/g/n, Made for Apple Mac OS X

    [B008BDT2UC]
    Delivery: 10-20 Working Days
    Customer Ratings (18 reviews)
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Specifications

Country
USA
Brand
BearExtender
EAN
0610708994534
Label
BearExtender.com
Manufacturer
BearExtender.com
Model
BE1MAC
MPN
BE1MAC
PartNumber
BE1MAC
Publisher
BearExtender.com
Studio
BearExtender.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews

My Mac Mini is upstairs, my router is downstairs. I was getting signal strength of a paltry 11 and then it started going down even more, I didn't even get one bar on Airport. I was so frustrated.

I bought this product with the regular antenna and immediately got 65-75. I believe the problem is that the Mac Mini has an omnidirectional antenna and we have loads of internet connections in our neighborhood. I think this was interfering with my connection. The antenna that comes on this product is *directional* and when you get it pointed right (trial and error worked for me), you don't get nearly as much interference.

In addition to this, I finally gave up and moved my router downstairs about 12 feet, which put it roughly 4 feet from the middle beam of the house (it had been on an exterior wall). This bumped up my wifi signal to 100 using the bearextender.

The product is a 5 minute installation, and well worth the money. I opted for their longer USB cable... Read more
I live on the seventh floor of a very old building in a European city, and my landlord's router is situated two floors below. I was having a lot of trouble connecting to the wifi network on my Macbook (sometimes it was there sometimes it wasn't; when it was it was always frustratingly weak and would frequently disappear). Because it wasn't my apartment with the router I felt it inappropriate to ask her to move her router or to add a mechanism to extend the wifi signal, which is why I ended up searching for a solution at my end (i.e. at the receiving laptop not at the wifi router). I've only used it for a couple of days so far so will reserve complete judgment, but it definitely seems to have done the trick.

I can safely connect to the once almost non-existent network at a speed fast enough to browse freely and to stream content. If I clip it outside the window the signal strength goes up considerably (there is a helpful tool for telling you as a percentage exactly how... Read more
I was having problems staying connected to my wi-fi network. It would just drop me off, no warning. Usually when I was doing something important, like paying a bill. The router is downstairs and my computer up stairs on the opposite side of the house. This just started about two months ago.

I asked my neighbor if I could try it on hers and it did the same thing.

Ok, I thought, something wrong with the computer. Took it to The Apple Store for a "Genius" to check out. They claimed all was fine.

I do all my banking online so I really needed a reliable wi-fi connection. I was at my wits end. Then I came across this little gem.

Now not only can I Log on to my wi-fi and stay on but I can "see" about 20 networks including the Free Wi-Fi at the Ford Dealer down the street.

I would highly recommend the Bear Extender if you are having wi-fi connectivity problems like I was.
Please Note

The authorised South African distributor of this product is under no obligation to honour the manufacture's guarantees/warranties or to provide after-sales service.

Please note that this item is imported from the USA, and is designed to be used in the USA. In addition, if the unit is powered it will come with a US plug and an adapter/transformer may be required. Please click here for more information on power requirements, or check with us if you are unsure or need any assistance!

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