ASUS AC750 WiFi Range Extender / Access Point

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About this product


  • Wireless protected setup allows for hassle free connectivity
  • Up to 733Mbps bandwidth for high speed connections
  • Built-in support for wireless streaming through ASUS AiPlayer app

Product overview

• Expand or create a wireless connection to an existing wireless router to remove weak signal areas
• Up to 733Mbps bandwidth allows for high speed wireless connections
• 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies provide you with wireless optimisation for your devices
• Single 10/100 fast Ethernet connection allows the RP-AC52 to act as a Wi-Fi hotspot for wired LAN networks
• Wireless protected setup allows for hassle free connectivity to wireless routers
• Device model Number: ASUS RP-AC52
• Automatic switching between range extenders and access point modes
• Built-in support for internet radio, using ASUS AiPlayer app

What can I expect from this device?
Offering dual wireless network solutions, the ASUS RP-AC52 can be used as a range extender to push your wireless signal from your router further. Alternatively, it can be used as a wireless access point to provide a wired network with wireless functionality. The device can also be used in tandem with your existing wireless network to act as a secondary means of connecting to your network.

What wireless signal does this device offer?
Running on combined 300Mbps 2.4GHz and 433Mbps 5GHz frequencies, you are provided with optimisation for your wireless network. Your day to day wireless functions, such as web browsing, small file transfers and email can be performed on the 2.4GHz band. Heavier network applications such as gaming and HD media streaming can be run across the faster 5GHz band.

Is this device easy to setup?
The ASUS RP-AC52 is flexible and easy to use thanks to automatic switching between range extender and access point modes. Simply attach the device to a mains socket, then connect to a LAN port if using as an access point or press the WPS button to pair with a wireless router to use as a range extender.

Wireless music throughout your home
You can connect speakers to your wireless access point and stream music from any portable device using the free ASUS AiPlayer app. Extra software is not needed if streaming from a Mac or iOS device.


System Requirements & Software

Software Compatibility:

Windows Vista
Windows 7
Windows 8
Mac OS X

Operating Specifications

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Package Contents:

1 x ASUS AC750 WiFi Range Extender / Access Point



Wi-Fi Range Extender

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Product Specifications


Wireless Protected Setup (WPS)

Low Power Mode:


If I set up a wifi bridge with two TP-Link CPE210, will I be able to connect this by wire to the remote CPE 210 and broadcast a wifi network? If not what should I connect onto the remote CPE210 to produce an access point?

Asked by: Mike H
This detail is included in the product description. "it can be used as a wireless access point to provide a wired network with wireless functionality." as long as it is plugged into the CPE which has been set as the receiver and as long as you have configured the CPE and this device correctly it would then re broadcast the new wireless network from that location.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2018-01-23

Does this when connected via cat5 as an access point clone the same network as your router or emit a new separate network?

Asked by: Joeydsf
When connected as an access point it will give out it's own network.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-11-21

i have BT4 hub wifi will this item pick up wifi signal in another part of house so i can run a none wifi dvd player with use of a lan cable

Asked by: Nicholas
Yes this would work fine.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-10-31

Can I connect this (via a cat5 ethernet cable) to a router in another part of the house then use it to connect both wired and wirelessly?

Asked by: Darren
Yes, I am pleased to advise this will be suitable for your intended applications.
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2017-10-13

Hello, if this was hardwired to a sky router, would it allow more wireless devices to connect? Household full of phones, tablet, kindles, computers etc, current sky router can't handle them all......

Asked by: wobbly
No, this is more likely to be the speed of the internet connection you have divided by how many devices you have that caused the issue.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-07-06

Would this work if each router is connected to on a different electrical circuit?

Asked by: Paudie
Yes, this device works by picking up a wireless signal and re-broadcasting that signal to increase strength, rather than transmission via mains wiring.
Answered by: Gareth
Date published: 2017-03-27

We have business wifi which we do not want our customers use. Is there a device that we can use to create customers wifi which would keep the master wifi secure?

Asked by: Paul
This would allow you to use a different SSID and password but users would still be connected to the business network, the best method would be to utilise a completely separate network. Most routers have the ability to create a "guest network" which is isolated from the main one and can have a unique name and password. If supported then your router user manual will have details on how to do this.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-12-13

Can this device be connected to a LAN which doesn't have a wifi signal to create a wifi signal? 

Asked by: HP79
Yes, this can be configured as a wireless access point for a wired only network.
Answered by: Gareth
Date published: 2016-08-08
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