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Amazon: NETGEAR N300 WiFi Range Extender (EX2700) for 20.99

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https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00L0YL...SBbT4SM527

Amazon has the netgear n300 WiFi extender (ex2700) for 25.99-5.00 coupon = 20.99 before tax

For some reason I also got another coupon applied at checkout (NTGR Move Discount: -$2.60)

So my final price before tax was $18.39

If you're considering buying this, check out Nicholas E. Kaiser's review submitted on 07/21/16. It's worth reading.
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Ideal for extending WiFi to devices like the iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S3, iPad 2, and PlayStation 3
What years is it!?!?
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It is a 2.4 GHZ only so it really will not work that well, if you have a 5GHz network you are better off getting a router that uses 5GHz for the backhaul.

My opinion is that if you can go with a powerline extender then you are not using wireless to extend wireless.

Just get this and plug in any cheap router/extender with a wireless extender you basically have to go about 1/2 way between a great and poor signal then it receives and rebroadcasts the signal. With Powerline (if it works in your house there is some YMMV) you can put the adapter at the very far end of your house and broadcasts from there the backhaul uses powerline so no interfearnce.

https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-Po...1248879011

38 bucks
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Last edited by komondor October 2, 2018 at 06:41 PM.
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