NETGEAR EX3700-100UKS AC750 Mbps, W-iFi Booster £29.99 @ Amazon
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NETGEAR EX3700-100UKS AC750 Mbps, W-iFi Booster £29.99 @ Amazon

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Found 22nd Jun 2016
DEAL OF THE DAY
Boost your Wifi around your home/office with a good booster not those cheap ones you see around that do not work.

These work great but were not on the cheap side, at this price you cant go wrong.

Still around £40 on ebay.

If you do not ned the Dual AC one there is the cheaper one at £16.99
amazon.co.uk/dp/…G6/

Dual band Wi-Fi up to 750 Mbps
Supports new 802.11ac and b/g/n Wi-Fi devices
External antennas for better performance
Convenient wall-plug design

9 Comments

I'd suggest going for something like this instead.

Your results may vary but I've usually found a powerline link to be as good as a proper wired link, and running your wifi repeater off a wired (powerline) connection such as these kits does a much better job than trying to run an extension from a wifi network you were having problems with to begin with....

Doesn't mean these are useless, but consider your options before you jump in.

Every month for the past few months amazon lower this to £29.99 for a few days and then put it back up.

I'm not going to vote either way because it doesn't seem to be a great deal, however if you did need one then now would be the time to buy...


Also on Amazon's deal of the day the "save £15 (33%)" is very misleading because it hasn't been £45 since June last year.
Edited by: "jambone" 22nd Jun 2016

I have this. Always gets a jammed signal. Have to keep turning off and on to get a clear signal again.

srw985

I'd suggest going for something like this instead. Your results may vary … I'd suggest going for something like this instead. Your results may vary but I've usually found a powerline link to be as good as a proper wired link, and running your wifi repeater off a wired (powerline) connection such as these kits does a much better job than trying to run an extension from a wifi network you were having problems with to begin with....Doesn't mean these are useless, but consider your options before you jump in.



Yup I agree. Extending your wifi network generally halves the bandwidth and doubles the latency. A Powerline wifi extender functions more like an access point than a wifi repeater.

I bought mine for £18 early this year via pc world ebay store. I sold 2 days ago for £29.99 on ebay. It is NOT GREAT in my opinion. I later bought THIS (CLCICK ME) from amazon warehouse for £6.88. What a difference, my internet speed nearly doubled

It's a wifi extender. it's not a television or 6 months supply of Doritos.

If you want to extend your existing wifi's range then buy one.

If instead you want to do a completely different task then why are you even looking at this post?
Edited by: "quidstretchy" 22nd Jun 2016

Original Poster

The problem is folk try to push a weak signal through these units and then wonder why it's crap, you have to put it in a good signal point then it will boost it again

Used right they work a treat

thanks for the advice on TP LINK

check this out: maplin.co.uk/p/e…0nt

its not as good as the NETGEAR EX3700 but it is a bargain for the price - still available at some stores - Worcester, Huddersfield, St. Helens, Harrogate, Bristol (Gloucester Road), Teesside
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