300Mbps Wireless-N 802.11 Wifi Repeater / Range Extender for £9.90 @ Amazon - with free Delivery - HotUKDeals
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300Mbps Wireless-N 802.11 Wifi Repeater / Range Extender for £9.90 @ Amazon - with free Delivery

£9.90 @ Amazon
Just bought a bluray player and I need a wifi repeater to connect it to the internet. This is the cheapest one I can find anywhere and it seems a very good deal at less than £10 delivered. Says del… Read More
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Just bought a bluray player and I need a wifi repeater to connect it to the internet.
This is the cheapest one I can find anywhere and it seems a very good deal at less than £10 delivered.
Says delivery is available for Xmas too.

Checked out the feedback and the seller has a great average feedback score of 4.9 out of 5.0
(from 43 customer ratings)

WPS Version 1.3 Upgraded !! Extend the wireless coverage in all WLAN networks. Easy Setup!
Access to the Internet for computers located on the edge or outside of the range of your access point.
Provides up to 300Mbps transmission rates..
Maximum WLAN security with WPA2, WPA and WEP (128/64).
Provides one 10/100Mbps Auto-Negotiation Ethernet LAN ports.
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1 Like #1
Ask your neighbors nicely and they might let you use there broadband
#2
I have one of these and it is completely useless. Sometimes it seems to suck the signal from our main router as the wifi signal is worse when this is switched on. I don't even know how that is possible.
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randan
I have one of these and it is completely useless. Sometimes it seems to suck the signal from our main router as the wifi signal is worse when this is switched on. I don't even know how that is possible.


that's what they do

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/42676-42-repeater-losing-bandwidth
#5
Fair better to get 2 power line adaptors and a wireless router and turn off the router part :P
banned#6
Very useful link - most informative on how these things work, thanks ! :)
#7
Nice find OP i paid about £18 for mine 8)
Must admit had mine about 2yrs and have it upstairs in the hallway
in one bedroom it very bad for signal but since i have the repeater i now get signal in that room
i don't know about all this bandwidth stuff but i do know it works in my house
maybe you do loose a bit but its better then having No signal in my bedroom.
#8
I had this style one but it kept on having to be reset every day!, ended up with the following one which has given me no trouble >

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/300Mbps-Mini-Wireless-Wifi-Repeater-AP-Router-Bridge-Client-Extender-Booster-WPS-/221461208741?pt=UK_Computing_Boosters_Extenders_Antennas&hash=item33901ddea5
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taras
Fair better to get 2 power line adaptors and a wireless router and turn off the router part :P

Or buy a proper Wifi repeater from a Branded manufacturer :D

http://www.tp-link.com/lk/products/details/?categoryid=1247&model=RE200

Got 4 of these in a remote office location of very old yorkshire stone construction.. hooked up to an AC1750, looses nothing, nowhere and never drops a ping, yes higher cost, but when the guts are good, the hardware works!



Edited By: 008 on Dec 16, 2014 20:38
#10
sb_uk
randan
I have one of these and it is completely useless. Sometimes it seems to suck the signal from our main router as the wifi signal is worse when this is switched on. I don't even know how that is possible.

that's what they do

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/42676-42-repeater-losing-bandwidth

Many, many thanks for that - I've struggled with repeaters that were both temperamental and drained my wifi - now I can do the job properly!
#11
@008

As i said before and will say it again, wifi repeaters that aren't acess points ultimately suck. you add latency and reduce overall bandwidth to your network.

The best solution is gigabit cat5e to an wifi access point.

Second best is poweline av500+ then access point

3rd best is wifi extenders ..

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