Amped Wireless – up to 10,000 Sq. Feet of Wi-Fi Goodness


I used to spend a lot of time tied to my desk computer, then finally we had wireless routers and laptops, so I was at least able to make it into the living room. I always dreamed of the day I could be out by the pool, in the wine cellar or over in the East wing and still be able to access the internet on my trusty laptop or iPad.

Well, dreams have become reality (almost) as Amped Wireless begins shipping the Premium Series, long range, High Power Wireless-N 600mW Gigabit Router capable of up to 10,000 sq. ft. of Wi-Fi coverage for large homes, backyards or offices.

Amped Wireless, the leading manufacturer of high-power, long-range wireless communication products for the home and office, announces the nationwide availability of the R10000G High Power Wireless-N 600mW Gigabit Router.

Through the use of a high-speed 620MHz processor, premium dual high-power Wi-Fi 600mW amplifiers and dual high-gain 5dBi antennas, the Amped Wireless Premium Series gigabit router delivers up to 10,000 sq. ft. of Wi-Fi coverage. The R10000G features gigabit wired ports for connecting additional wired network devices and includes smart features, such as, guest networks, adjustable Wi-Fi coverage controls, parental controls, website blocking and support for the latest Wi-Fi security, including one touch Wi-Fi Protected Setup.

So I guess I’ll be spending much more time in the East wing… Jeeves? Bring me my laptop.

The R10000G has a retail price of $149.99 and is available nationwide from major retailers and resellers like


2 reviews or comments

Arny Says: January 30, 2012 at 12:31 pm

Hm, covering of 10 000 square feet (~ 930 square meters) 30.5 meters in a straight line is not much, I’ve already seen the AP with 3 coverage. I have an Wi-Fi G adapter with 2 antennas that can connect at distance of 50-70 meters, and even with passing buses (the highway about 30-40 meters away) …

Neagle Says: January 30, 2012 at 11:09 pm

I’m digging the AP300 repeater for $99. With the R10000 you can bridge a large gap without having to hard wire an access point or installing directional antennas. It would not be hard to mount the repeater in a weather resistant box on the under hang of a workshop or shed by the pool for example.

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