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Bearifi products now available on Jet.com

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Now you can get Bearif's most popular Wi-Fi products, including BearExtender Outdoor and BearExtender PC directly through Jet.com.BearExtender products are also available through our own web site, Amazon.com, and Walmart.com.

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Bearifi- the new name of BearExtender

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It's hard to believe BearExtender is almost eight years old. When we started this company, we had an idea for a single product- a Wi-Fi extender that could connect to Macs via USB port, and give better reception in dorm rooms and on the campus of University of California, Berkeley. We named that product "BearExtender", a combination of the school mascot and the fact our product extended range. By 2010, BearExtender was selling so well, we launched a Microsoft Windows version called BearExtender PC. In the years that followed, we began to launch other products like BearExtender Turbo, which was...

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BearExtender Turbo support for Mac OS 10.12 Sierra

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We have published a beta software package for BearExtender Turbo and Mac OS 10.12 Sierra. Click here to go to our BearExtenderTurbo support page for instructions and download link.

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BearExtender Turbo Support for Mac OS 10.11

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We have put up a release candidate of our BearExtender Turbo Mac OS 10.11 El Capitan software that resolves known issues with our beta versions. Go here for download instructions.

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What is going on with the BearExtender Turbo El Capitan driver?

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Edit: beta now available for public download 1/26/16, see here.Greetings- we know many of you have been patiently waiting for our El Capitan 10.11 update for BearExtender Turbo since November. It is now mid-January and you are wondering if this driver update is ever going to come out? We are getting close. The main reason for the delay is we have been waiting on a kernel extension update from the chipset maker of our product, which is the only part of the software over which our own programmers cannot control. We did get one in December and hastily put it...

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