Securifi Almond Touchscreen Wireless N Router / Range Extender


Enjoy 3-in-1 wireless function with the Securifi Almond 2015 touchscreen router, which also functions as a range extender and a wireless bridge that supports the ZigBee home automation standard. The 2.8″ touchscreen makes it easy to set up and manage. Enjoy 2.4GHz WiFi with up to 300Mbps speeds. Connect wireless sensors and receive smartphone notifications.

The multi-purpose touchscreen N router with 2 port switch can be used as a primary router, range extender, or a wireless bridge. Enjoy the 2.4GHz WiFi with up to 300Mbps data transfer speeds and 2 Ethernet LAN 10100 ports. The 2.8 touchscreen offers easy and intuitive setup, no computer needed for setup or management.

Range booster mode is compatible with any existing router, including Netgear, Linksys, and Belkin. Compatible with PC, Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone, iPad, Android, and Xbox. Connect to hundreds of sensors controlled remotely using the mobile app included. Receive instant notifications on your smartphone or other compatible device. Supports ZigBee home automation protocol standards.

Tech specs

  • Compatible with PC, Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone, iPad, Android, XBOX
  • 2.4 GHz WiFi: 300 Mbps
  • Range: 2000 SQ FT
  • Ethernet/LAN: 2x 10/100
  • Touchscreen 2.8″

Box Contents

  • Almond
  • Power Adapter
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Quick Start Guide


Introducing the world’s first Wi-Fi router and range extender with integrated 2.8″ 320 x 240 touch screen to help users set up and configure their router. View and set SSID and network password in plain text, see status Internet connection status, view router’s IP and MAC addresses, and configure the router as a range extender.


  • 3 min touch screen setup
  • World’s first touch screen wireless N Router with 2 port switch
  • Multi Purpose: Use as a primary router or range extender or wireless bridge
  • Intuitive setup using touch screen, no PC/Mac/CD needed for setup or management
  • In range extender (booster) mode compatible with any existing router (ex: Netgear, Linksys, Belkin, etc.)