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TP-Link AC1200 RE350K WiFi Range Extender EXPIRED

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BH Photo Video has TP-Link AC1200 WiFi Range Extender (RE350K) on sale for $19.99 when you apply the 60% off coupon located on the product page. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • TP-Link AC1200 WiFi Range Extender (RE350K)
  • RJ45 Ethernet Cable
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
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Features a dual-band 2.4GHz & 5GHz frequencies with 1 Gigabit Ethernet Port.

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Powerline adapters can be substantially YMMV because it will depend on how your house and the two outlets of interest are connected. Different breakers, type of breakers, distance of wiring and distance between connections in the breaker box etc. Also, generally people report problems with using them in conjunction with surge protectors and power strips. They can also be affected by other items on the lines, especially when one of those items has a variable draw of electricity.

If it worked perfectly it would be awesome though. Keep in mind that even though they are wired its not going to be the same as a direct ethernet connection because the signal will encounter noise and essentially be translated twice.
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I would wait for a deal on a powerline wifi extender. Much better experience with those.
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Some tech guru can give you the precise answer, but a powerline adapter uses the wire connections in your house to get your internet signal to the device. This one receives the signal wirelessly. It's plugged into the wall to turn on, but the signal isn't sent through the wires in your home, it's sent wirelessly.

Powerline connections are faster, which is why they cost a bit more.

But worth it!
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crap. can't duplicate my wifi, just made another one.
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Looks like it has decent reviews.. I am in for one.. Thanks
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I would wait for a deal on a powerline wifi extender. Much better experience with those.
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last i knew these had no firmware updates thus are not updated to fix the krack vulnerability..
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I would wait for a deal on a powerline wifi extender. Much better experience with those.
What is the difference?

The one posted here does plug into a wall power outlet.
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Damn! I was waiting for a deal on a decent extender. Bought TP-link AC750 from their eBay store and 30 minutes later this deal popped up.
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I just purchased and really like the extender. Put inside my workshop to have wifi for smart lights and google home. Workshop is 65 feet from house and signal is strong.
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What is the difference?

The one posted here does plug into a wall power outlet.
Some tech guru can give you the precise answer, but a powerline adapter uses the wire connections in your house to get your internet signal to the device. This one receives the signal wirelessly. It's plugged into the wall to turn on, but the signal isn't sent through the wires in your home, it's sent wirelessly.

Powerline connections are faster, which is why they cost a bit more.

But worth it!
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What is the difference?

The one posted here does plug into a wall power outlet.
Power line isn't WiFi, power line is similar to a hardware connection given you have good wiring in your home, you plug one next to your router/modem and run an ethernet cord to it, the other one you plug in next to your computer or whatever device you want to hook up and you to run an ethernet cord to those devices.

WiFi is completely wireless, hence the convenience, you get what you pay for, if you want stability and speed you'll need to spend a few bucks.

This isn't a full fledged WiFi router, I wouldn't expect much for $20 but it would probably do fine for short range coverage or to extend you current routers range.
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What is the difference?

The one posted here does plug into a wall power outlet.
Powerline adapters can be substantially YMMV because it will depend on how your house and the two outlets of interest are connected. Different breakers, type of breakers, distance of wiring and distance between connections in the breaker box etc. Also, generally people report problems with using them in conjunction with surge protectors and power strips. They can also be affected by other items on the lines, especially when one of those items has a variable draw of electricity.

If it worked perfectly it would be awesome though. Keep in mind that even though they are wired its not going to be the same as a direct ethernet connection because the signal will encounter noise and essentially be translated twice.
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Where are the coupons i never see them on b&h ever or the post here linking

I have been a member to site almost a year 0 coupons
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last i knew these had no firmware updates thus are not updated to fix the krack vulnerability..
Can you specify which ones you are referring to when you say "these"? Because I just bought one as an Xmas gift, not the model in this deal tho.
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Buy ubiquiti,dont waste your money with this
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