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The AmpliFi Teleport Kit lets you connect to your home internet from anywhere in the world, but a mediocre router curbs its appeal.
This router and Wi-Fi extender kit allows you to use your home internet connection from anywhere in the world by creating a VPN back to your home network.
The USB 2.0 port only works to charge your mobile devices. Ubiquiti Labs says network storage will come in a future firmware update.
Setting up the router and extender was easier than most mesh systems.
The AmpliFi HD mesh router lacks popular features like MU-MIMO and beamforming.
The app is easy to use. You can create separate 2.4GHz and 5GHz networks, change the Wi-Fi channel and width and control the LED light on the router.
The touchscreen display shows you the status of its four gigabit LAN ports, one gigabit WAN port, USB 2.0 port and USB-C power adapter port.
Despite its AC1750 rating (theoretical speeds of 450Mbps on 2.4GHz and 1,300Mbps on 5GHz), the performance of the AmpliFi HD mesh router was disappointing.
The Teleport device was easy to set up and can be used from any Wi-Fi network. It uses your home internet connection and lets you access all of your devices.
The Teleport device is portable, easy to set up and only requires a power outlet.
When connected to the Teleport, you will be limited by the upload speed of your home internet, the speed of the Wi-Fi network you are connected to and the N300 rating of this device.
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