- Apple AirPort Extreme 802.11ac (6th Generation) (ME918LL/A) (refurbished)
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Apple Wireless Network Routers (Refurbished)
Apple's routers simplify setting up a home or small office wireless network. The AirPort Extreme transfers data up to three times faster than the other models thanks to next-generation 802.11ac WiFi. It also boasts a powerful beamforming antenna array for extended range that reaches to about Saturn.
Apple AirPort Extreme 802.11ac (6th Generation) (ME918LL/A) (Refurbished)
- Product number: ME918LL/A
- Wireless Internet router with next-generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi
- Powerful beamforming antenna array
- Simultaneous dual-band WiFi
- Smaller design than previous generations
- Easy setup with a Mac, iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch
- Secure connections with nearly all Apple devices
- Connect a USB printer or hard drive and access it wirelessly
- Condition: refurbished
- 30-day warranty from Encore
- Dimensions: 6.6" (L) x 3.85" (W) x 3.85" (H)
- Weight: 2.08 lb.
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