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TP-Link RE220 AC750 Dual Band WiFi Range Extender

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Amazon has TP-Link RE220 AC750 Dual Band WiFi Range Extender on sale for $19.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more.

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  • Extend/boost WiFi coverage up to 1200 sq. ft. and connects up to 20 devices
  • Router/Gateway Access: 2.4GHz (300Mbps) or 5GHz (433Mbps)
  • Helps eliminates WiFi dead zones
  • Easy set up w/ simple tap/connect features
  • OneMesh technology

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  • Ideal for extending WiFi to your devices/smart plugs/smart bulbs, gaming/computer devices and works w/ standard router/gateway
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Those are basically different ways to get more internet coverage in the house. Spare the technical details, unless Ethernet is available or using the electrical lines in the house with special complex signal processing for carrying communication between the wireless access points, one will need to sacrifice radio bandwidth to serve as the backbone. Newer technology can use higher frequency and will provide higher bandwidth but may also reduce the physical range. Newer technology can also use multiple frequencies to delivered higher speed to more devices. The discussion here is asking if the money spent on the extender will be worth awhile when compared to other solutions.
Good deal but these things always throttle my internet. It could literally be right next to the router and it'll still cut down the wifi speed. Not sure if just me but doesn't seem worth it
That's how range extender work. Best approach would be to go mesh, powerline, or a new router if performance is a major concern.

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Good deal but these things always throttle my internet. It could literally be right next to the router and it'll still cut down the wifi speed. Not sure if just me but doesn't seem worth it
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Good deal but these things always throttle my internet. It could literally be right next to the router and it'll still cut down the wifi speed. Not sure if just me but doesn't seem worth it
That's how range extender work. Best approach would be to go mesh, powerline, or a new router if performance is a major concern.
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Paid $28 for this while back and it works like a champ extending wifi signal
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some scary comments regarding privacy. company can collect and share data going through the device?
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That's how range extender work. Best approach would be to go mesh, powerline, or a new router if performance is a major concern.
This is has mesh support as long as you have a onemesh TP-Link router.
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I have a few of these. I use them to get WiFi devices that don't have WiFi enabled. I've been using one on my PC for three years and still haven't had a problem!
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What's mesh power line or new router mean
Those are basically different ways to get more internet coverage in the house. Spare the technical details, unless Ethernet is available or using the electrical lines in the house with special complex signal processing for carrying communication between the wireless access points, one will need to sacrifice radio bandwidth to serve as the backbone. Newer technology can use higher frequency and will provide higher bandwidth but may also reduce the physical range. Newer technology can also use multiple frequencies to delivered higher speed to more devices. The discussion here is asking if the money spent on the extender will be worth awhile when compared to other solutions.
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This is has mesh support as long as you have a onemesh TP-Link router.
Onemesh kinda sux and isn't like true mesh. It only extends one of your SSID so say guest wifi from main won't get extended. I learned it the hard way.
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Can these extend the range of a public hotspot that requires you to login?
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Would this tp-link be a good alternative to ATT extender - https://www.att.com/buy/accessori...white.html
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Ideally the range extenders almost always throttle the internet speed due to the bandwidth sharing over the wireless channels that are used to do data communication. In order to get the best experience on a range extender, get the one which is tri band. Those extenders use one band specifically for cross communication between router and Extender and use the other two bands for data transfer. This helps ensure that you get maximum speed and bandwidth for data.
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