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BT wifi booster - 1200 MBps for 30 pounds @ Amazon
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Not the best brand but the specifications are impressive for the price... This usually sells for over 40 pounds... Netgear, TPlink and Belkins all over 40 pounds for 1200 MBps
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bravo2zero1

Can I ask you what type of airport you bought, do you have the particular model number? Thank you
Stokie_Mac14 h, 7 m ago

Thanks for the reply do i need a ethernet cable between them or is it …Thanks for the reply do i need a ethernet cable between them or is it wireless?


Any , I’ve got wired ( 1 meter cable ) to the main Apple mk6 one that shares wirelessly to the rest. That’s only because our virgin super hub won’t share wireless outside of the living room.

But any , they just scan for a wireless signal and latch on to it as long as the password is there.
Thanks for the reply do i need a ethernet cable between them or is it wireless?
bravo2zero16 h, 17 m ago

Just an Apple Airport , don’t really matter what Gen but later is better a …Just an Apple Airport , don’t really matter what Gen but later is better as they support both 2.4 & 5ghtz and a bit further reach. You also need an Apple device to enable them. Simply plug into a wall socket the airport device , then on the back of the airport is a pin hole reset to push 10 secs till orange light blinks like mad ( best of 2nd hand doing this ). Then go on your Apple device , go to settings - WiFi and at the bottom will say airport ABCD1223 etc click on it and follow the on screen setting , select extend , type the BT hubs password in and 30 seconds will say done and that’s it.

Stokie_Mac9 h, 33 m ago

Any links to what i need?As wifi is rubbish in bedroom & if i can set up …Any links to what i need?As wifi is rubbish in bedroom & if i can set up another hotspot via my bt hub that would be great


Just an Apple Airport , don’t really matter what Gen but later is better as they support both 2.4 & 5ghtz and a bit further reach. You also need an Apple device to enable them.

Simply plug into a wall socket the airport device , then on the back of the airport is a pin hole reset to push 10 secs till orange light blinks like mad ( best of 2nd hand doing this ). Then go on your Apple device , go to settings - WiFi and at the bottom will say airport ABCD1223 etc click on it and follow the on screen setting , select extend , type the BT hubs password in and 30 seconds will say done and that’s it.
bravo2zero122nd Dec 2017

Just pick up a used Apple AirPort Extreme on eBay for about a tenner and …Just pick up a used Apple AirPort Extreme on eBay for about a tenner and everyone’s happy in every room


Any links to what i need?
As wifi is rubbish in bedroom & if i can set up another hotspot via my bt hub that would be great
BT Whole Home WiFi Twin Pack - £50 Off - Now £99.99 @ Argos
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Also at other stores (including Curry's and BT Store, Black Friday deal) Works with all broadband providers. AC2500 Dual Band wireless technology. Wi-Fi roaming and bandsteering. … Read more
Plug these into my asus router got the lights solid blue on both disc but had no internet
the__cat1 h, 44 m ago

Ubiquiti is a better solution if you know what you're doing as it can be …Ubiquiti is a better solution if you know what you're doing as it can be configured to do a lot more, but can be used just like the BT solution.


I have one ac lite in the middle floor in a 3 storey home, with well insulated floors between each floor, I have no issues with wireless.

Do these have to be plugged into the network via ethernet as well?

P.s. the house is about 7x7meters
Edited by: "Krizzo3" 19th Nov 2017
Krizzo317 h, 0 m ago

How does this compare to ubiquiti?


Ubiquiti is a better solution if you know what you're doing as it can be configured to do a lot more, but can be used just like the BT solution.
alloyd4 h, 42 m ago

Not strictly true, I have a Ubiquiti AP Ac Pro that cost just over £110 a …Not strictly true, I have a Ubiquiti AP Ac Pro that cost just over £110 a year ago, the ubiquiti although tech spec wise may not be quite as good is ultimately small enterprise kit and therefore is rock solid, also as someone who works in InfoSec the ubiquit kit got the patch to the KRACK vulnerability within a day. Also one ac pro covers my whole house.

Spec does not match Whole home hence why I didn't mention. The AC Pro is 3x3 mimo AC1750 vs whole home 4x4 mimo AC2500. Like I said you get a lot more for your money than you would from one unifi unit. I live in a 7 bedroom house and find I only really need the 2 discs but didn't want to waste the third one. Might have been possible to use just the one but router is located in kitchen and that's where the master disc is don't have any sockets left in centre of house to place it.
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Have this set up in a 5 bedroom house, with one in office (downstairs) and one on landing (upstairs). In bedroom, used to get ~20MB/s, now getting ~200MB/s. This is the max plan speed, so seems like it works! There is coverage in the whole house.
NETGEAR Mini N300 Mbps Wi-Fi Range Extender with External Antennas (Wi-Fi Booster) (EX2700-100UKS) @ Amazon - £14.99 Prime / £18.98 non-Prime
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25% off Netgear internet extender Convenient wall-plug design and extend Wi-Fi up to 300 Mbps Works with any standard router or gateway Fast Ethernet port to connect a wired dev… Read more
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TP-Link AV600 Passthough power line kit £3.50 Asda instore (Bridgend)
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Not sure if it's a National or Local offer. Sticker on the box says £9.75 but scanned at £3.50 in Asda Bridgend. TP-Link AV600 Passthough power line kit Turn Any Power Socket in… Read more
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sounds like this would help me, anyone else found them??
sej727817 h, 13 m ago

sure, for £100.... also what is the throughput rate of av2000 - obviously …sure, for £100.... also what is the throughput rate of av2000 - obviously not 2x gigabit, that's just the port speed (two ports) not the transmission speed, like the older homeplug av tops out at about 80mbps on the single port in real life, not gigabit.as for "old junk", av600 is just av2 gen1 non-mimo, hardly old.

​Last time I checked it was £59.99 from box.co.UK for av2000 adapters
trueblue79

Great, thanks.....so as I have a 100 Mb/s fibre this should be fine with … Great, thanks.....so as I have a 100 Mb/s fibre this should be fine with its 600 Mb/s limit, no point looking for a more updated and expensive model with higher speeds as some people have suggested as that might be useless with my current broadband?


It should be more than adequate for what you want. Also don't think that you could get 600MB through one of these, as the ports are likely to be 100Mb ports anyway. That aside, even if you wanted to put 100MB through these, you wont need to because it's highly unlikely that your TV will pull anything like that for what it needs.

Just a heads up, there is no free internet though :-) so if your laptop or pc or whatever is downloading something at say 50Mb/s, and your mobile was pulling something in at 20Mb/s, you will only have 30Mb/s left of your ISP limit of 100Mb/s for your TV. These plugs will let you run 'up to' 100Mb/s, they don't give you 100Mb/s regardless of what else you are doing. Chances are though that you will never need anything like your limit just for the TV (Unless...... maybe it is full up 4K streaming etc, but I have no idea what sort of data rates they command to be honest :-) )
ghostm4n

Yet something that would more than adequately meet the needs of probably … Yet something that would more than adequately meet the needs of probably (and yes I'm guessing) 99%+ of people reading this thread, as well as those that aren't. I have a 200MB Virgin download, and have that hardwired to my laptop on the other side of the house (And max that speed out daily). Other than that connection, there is nothing else I can think of that would really require more throughput than this could give.At the price stated, this is an absolute gift for most people, never mind a bargain.



Great, thanks.....so as I have a 100 Mb/s fibre this should be fine with its 600 Mb/s limit, no point looking for a more updated and expensive model with higher speeds as some people have suggested as that might be useless with my current broadband?
trueblue79

Don't know how this works, could anyone please correct me if I have got … Don't know how this works, could anyone please correct me if I have got this wrong?I have a fixed wifi router in the storage cupboard - I have a TV in the lounge which I want to connect via LAN rather than wifiI just buy this and plug into any existing wall power socket an it turns it into a LAN outlet which I can connect to TV or other device via a LAN cable?Thanks



Think of two of these plugs as being a very long extension cable. Ideally you would be able to simply run a cable from router to PC/TV or whatever, but as you said, you can't.

So you take one of these plugs and plug it into a power socket next to your router, and you take the other and plug it in next to your TV. Now you use a small LAN Cable ("usually" supplied) to connect your router to the first plug, and another small LAN cable to connect the second plug to your TV.

Internet signal comes into router and then goes out of router, through LAN cable 1 into plug 1. It then runs through your electric wiring until it comes to plug 2, at which point it exits plug 2, goes through LAN cable 2 and into your TV.

Job done. Both plugs are identical so you can't mix them up. You also only actually need 1 plug to put your Internet signal into the wiring, but can have "practically" as many as you like taking it out at the same time. So even if you had 5 TVs, you would need 5 Plugs to take the signal out, but only 1 plug to put it in, so a total of 6 plugs.

And before someone points it out, yes I know that if some of those TVs were sat together, you could feed 2 TVs from one plug, as each plug has 2 LAN cable outlets, so potentially do it with less than 5 plugs :-)

Edited by: "ghostm4n" 5th Jul 2017
NETGEAR WIFI BOOSTER Only £14.99 Prime / £18.98 Non-Prime - AMAZON
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Great wifi booster, use my self in tough spots of the house.
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nehurane

Singal boost happens in a room where plugged in, does not do in next … Singal boost happens in a room where plugged in, does not do in next bedroom though



OK
Singal boost happens in a room where plugged in, does not do in next bedroom though
dealsonweels

haha! now why would that happen?



You need to read your post where it mentions you using yourself in tough spots in your house. Well that is how it reads to me.
always same price
Just bought one.
Signal boost is fine.
2 phones locked on easy whilst a tablet and Kodi box had to be synced via the webpage configuration tool.
BT WiFi Range Extender - N300 £12.97 @ Currys
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Wi-Fi range booster, a cheaper version of NETGEAR EX2700 Mini 300 Mbps Wi-Fi Range Extender or for people who don't have Amazon Prime. If you prefer to buy this from Amazon and h… Read more
yeah I'm keen to know the difference I got the same email saying they are shipping the essential WiFi extender.
I got offered the Essential WiFi Range Extender 300 as an alternative at the same price too. Anybody got any views/experience of the different models? It doesn't have as many flashy lights and RRP is not as high suggesting it isn't as good of a deal, but more interested in speed/coverage/reliability.
Due to a stock error we are unable to supply you with the BT WiFi Range Extender - N300 that you recently ordered with Currys/PC World online.

I would like to take this opportunity to apologise for any inconvenience that you may have been caused on this occasion. 

As a way forward I have checked our website and found BT Essential WiFi Range Extender 300 as as alternative, which is more expensive but we will not take any additional payment. If you wish to view this model on our website please use the products number 179422.

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mwalke36

Contact BT as I think they must have a batch of crap one's. My homehub 6 … Contact BT as I think they must have a batch of crap one's. My homehub 6 has been playing up for a while, so BT are sending me a new one tomorrow.


This is my second one as well, same issues as the first they sent me. Hopefully you have better luck, I will contact them again.
received email from currys today, order cancelled. ordered from amazon instead.
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NETGEAR EX2700 Mini 300 Mbps Wi-Fi Range Extender £14.99 prime / £18.98 non prime @ Amazon
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Ideal for extending your Wi-Fi range and putting the kids Christmas gaming console further away! It has one wired LAN port, so you can connect wired and wireless devices to this e… Read more
This has been the price for over a month now on Amazon.Good if only 2.4GHz else for dual band the EX3700 is ideal.
Got this at this price a couple of days before Christmas
, i needed my wifi extended about 3 metres further for a gym at the end of the garden, this does what i need it to do, if you can reposition your router then that may work for your needs, if like me you had nowhere else to put the router then this should do the job.
Ethernet port is not gigabit sadly. But excellent price for it.
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The cheap tp-link one I posted for £12.99 is a much better deal, two of them for less than the price of this unit, if they don't work for you return them to Amazon.
Not saying that this isnt a good deal on price, but I've had a couple of these things over the years and all have been quite poor. Good for you if you've been able to extend your wifi with this type of extender, but the only decent solution I've found is a wifi powerline adapter and I'd definitely recommend saving your money and buying one of those instead.
Belkin wifi booster from Argos £14.99
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I don't know if this is a deal as such...but have been looking for a wifi booster. Popped into argos and found this. Thought it was a decent price as was expecting to pay around £2… Read more
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pow26

Hi. Just reading your article. Ive done this before I've read your guide. … Hi. Just reading your article. Ive done this before I've read your guide. I'm on Virgin so what I've done is: the wireless router is downstairs and i got a bt base station upstairs connected via ethernet cable. So some things can run from the virgin router and others to the base station ie my PC and Xbox one wirelessly. Does that sound about right to you?



​Hi pow26, not quite clear what you have done but it should work. If you have questions pls put them as comments under the article (rather than discuss here). Cheers Jim.
Had two extenders and they either dropped all the time or once even it took my whole network down lol
I steer clear now and if really needed to extend range I would buy a better router
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blue1971

Got one for £13.99 the other day,rubbish took it back. it started … Got one for £13.99 the other day,rubbish took it back. it started interfering with the signal



​I might be taking it back too!
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I have no WiFi in the bedroom so thought this might help. So far, I'm not that impressed. But let's see. I've only just plugged it in. Couldn't connect to the Internet when setting up but once I unplugged the tp link from the router, it connected. Would love to centralise the hub but I don't how to do that. I did call virgin who wanted to charge me £99 for the privilege. Will check out ur link. Thanks for the comments. Always learn something.
jimunix

A better solution might be to buy an old BT home hub off Ebay for £5 or … A better solution might be to buy an old BT home hub off Ebay for £5 or so, and set it up as a second wireless access point. Procedure here: http://unixetc.co.uk/2014/03/04/reuse-a-spare-bt-home-hub-as-a-wireless-access-point/I wrote the article - sorry for the self-advertising. Will require wired connection (or powerline) to your main router.



Hi. Just reading your article. Ive done this before I've read your guide. I'm on Virgin so what I've done is: the wireless router is downstairs and i got a bt base station upstairs connected via ethernet cable. So some things can run from the virgin router and others to the base station ie my PC and Xbox one wirelessly. Does that sound about right to you?
Edimax N300 range extender with network port (supports Access point and Bridge modes also) BACK IN STOCK £9.32 at CCL Online please add £2.99 for 1st class delivery - £12.31
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The Edimax EW-7438RPn Mini Wi-Fi Extender is a Wi-Fi extender with built-in power adapter in a compact design which can be plugged directly into an electrical outlet. The ES-7438RP… Read more
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A1gunner

I have one out my shed at back runs android box and gives a WiFi points … I have one out my shed at back runs android box and gives a WiFi points as well spot on to me




How have you connected your network to it? As it's not a powerline adapter
I have one out my shed at back runs android box and gives a WiFi points as well spot on to me
Same price on prime.
Anyone know of this is any good please?
Edimax N300 Range Extender (Access Point and Bridge) Back Again with CCL Online £9.32 (£2.99 1st class delivery)
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Petetobin

You do know it's not a Power Line unit don't you? It will only work at … You do know it's not a Power Line unit don't you? It will only work at the end of a 30m extension if it can still pick up your wifi signal.


Ah - I was a bit confused by that question!
Loathecliff

Oh :(Thxs. No, I didn't know. I get thoroughly confused by these … Oh :(Thxs. No, I didn't know. I get thoroughly confused by these things.Loathecliff, at the leading edge of pcm tech. ..... 40 yrs ago


In answer to the question you thought you were asking, I have run a Power Line wifi adapter at the end of a 50m cable extender very successfully. This is what you need

TP-LINK TL-WPA4220KIT AV500 Powerline 300 M Wi-Fi Extender/Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot with Two Ethernet Ports, Starter Kit/Twin Pack (Easy Configuration, Wi-Fi Clone for Smartphone/Tablets/Laptop) amazon.co.uk/dp/…KHQ
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Petetobin

You do know it's not a Power Line unit don't you? It will only work at … You do know it's not a Power Line unit don't you? It will only work at the end of a 30m extension if it can still pick up your wifi signal.



Oh
Thxs. No, I didn't know. I get thoroughly confused by these things.

Loathecliff, at the leading edge of pcm tech. ..... 40 yrs ago
Loathecliff

Has anyone ever tried one of these extenders at the end of a 30m. … Has anyone ever tried one of these extenders at the end of a 30m. extension lead? -- Did it work?


You do know it's not a Power Line unit don't you? It will only work at the end of a 30m extension if it can still pick up your wifi signal.
Loathecliff

Has anyone ever tried one of these extenders at the end of a 30m. … Has anyone ever tried one of these extenders at the end of a 30m. extension lead? -- Did it work?


Mains or ethernet lead, it should work fine with either.
Edimax N300 range extender with network port (supports Access point and Bridge modes also) £9.32 at CCL Online please add £2.99 for 1st class delivery - £12.31
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just ordered 2. heat added
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Back in stock with CCL Online
linhang90

Whats the big deal.. Go on ebay,get one delivered for about £8.



Dont have to get a branded one,they all 300mps
linhang90

Whats the big deal.. Go on ebay,get one delivered for about £8.



They seem about £15 on eBay.
Whats the big deal.. Go on ebay,get one delivered for about £8.
NETGEAR EX3700-100UKS AC750 Mbps, W-iFi Booster £29.99 @ Amazon
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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, … Read more
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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
thanks for the advice on TP LINK
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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
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?
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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
Half price Sky accessories @ Sky - Themed sky remotes from £12.49.
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Half price Sky accessories using code HALFPRICE at checkout. Themed sky remotes from £12.49. FREE DELIVERY ALSO - steve543 Code Valid until 6 th June - steve543
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Thanks for this ordered the IO Box and another controller
Bought the TB remote. Looks nice bit it awful build quality! Not like the usual ones where they just work; nice press and feel. The buttons on this don't work - the 0 in particular needs a push rather than press.

May just be this black one. Not happy.
Cheers for the tip. Ordered some kit so my Dad can watch sky upstairs.

Yep, you have to pay for it if your box is out of the 1 year warranty.



got them yesterday the black versions much nicer than the grey colour versions and has a nice shiny plastic look to them.

replaced 2 remotes as I have sky upstairs using the magic eye since sky Q is a rip off and I am not touching that until they stop charging you more for the same channels I get now just for a fancy menu.

Can't believe they don't do a West Bromwich Albion remote for me! X)



Get a Newcastle one mate. It's black and white stripes!!
NETGEAR Universal WiFi Range Extender (WiFi Booster) £9.99 @ Amazon free delivery for orders over £20 or £13.98
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if you have poor wifi this is a good bit of kit for the price. free delivers for orders over £20 or add £3.99 delivery(£13.98 total) rrp £26.64 WN1000RP WiFi Booster for Mobile NE… Read more
Be better to consider a home plug and wifi combined extender, bit more expensive but works better than rebroadcasting the wifi from the router.
Terrible range. Avoid.
think there's a reason why it's only a tenner judging but the reviews.
Terrible reviews, much better to get homeplug solution
buddy1976

no issues with the one i purchased in my medium sized 3 bed house. in … no issues with the one i purchased in my medium sized 3 bed house. in fact if you only use the wifi router provided by your uk broadband provider this will benefit you greatly.If you live in a mansion with thick stone/brick walls you might wanna look elsewhere



​OK thanks for that elsewhere I look
NETGEAR WN1000RP-100UKS Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender (Wi-Fi Booster) **£11.99** (prime) £15.98 (non Prime) @ Amazon!
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Saving £14.65 on Netgears Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender @ Amazon!
Got one of these myself. Simple to set up and boosts the signal wherever you put it.
Good price, heated.

Please note though that this is single-band device, will only work on the 2.4 GHz frequency.
Cheapest ever, according to the camels. Heated

Amazon reviews aren't so good!
Why us this cold Im looking for one of these. And this fits the bill. Is there a better cheaper alt?
TP-Link TL-WA854RE 300Mbps Universal Wireless Range Extender £18.99 @ Amazon or Ebuyer
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ajdj

Amazon have already matched...Edit: this one doesn't have the Ethernet … Amazon have already matched...Edit: this one doesn't have the Ethernet port though, i need one that does.



this would be the model you want TL-WA850RE

best price a fast google gives is £22.99 from john lewes
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Just noticed that.. - have added it to the title - thanks.
Amazon have already matched...

Edit: this one doesn't have the Ethernet port though, i need one that does.
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TP-Link TL-WA750RE Wifi Booster/Extender with Ethernet socket  £13.99 @ Amazon
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If you're looking for a Wifi extender or booster, I've been tracking this for a while. CamelCamelCamel says this is the cheapest ever. It also has an Ethernet port, so you can hook… Read more
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So… this deal gets reposted and gets 600º of heat. What gives?!

Oh well…
Oh look, 3W wifi booster. but when it comes to using the same 2.4ghz for rc, 10mW max...
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Oh well, you win some, you lose some. Back to the old price. I'll expire it.
£16.98 now
Looks good ... Wireless N, 1 x Ethernet port and firmware upgrade able too.

Thanks - just ordered one !
TP-Link TL-WPA4220KIT AV500 Powerline 300M Wi-Fi Booster/Extender with Two LAN Ports Kit (Wi-Fi Clone, No Configuration Required) @ Amazon for £37.49
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Cheapest ever, and a brilliant product as well. ...deal of the day!!!
Dellacleaing

Bought this exact set from Tesco last Thursday for £60! I always miss the … Bought this exact set from Tesco last Thursday for £60! I always miss the deals!It works well, was more difficult to set up than the box would lead you to believe, the Wi-Fi clone function didn't work with the WPS function on my Virgin Broadband Superhub 2 so had to set it up the wi-fi extender manually. Once that was done it works fine. Heat added.



You shouldn't using WPS any way!

pcpro.co.uk/rea…ork

Even with modified firmwares I can break into the Superhub in an afternoon with WPS turned on.
whatupyo

Let me guess, no gigabit LAN? What's the point of providing a fat pipe … Let me guess, no gigabit LAN? What's the point of providing a fat pipe only to install a tap that effectively drips? Cold for me!



Are you retarded?

500mbps is the MAXIMUM theoretical throughput. You'll never, ever get that.
therealjohnpeat

Comments like this annoy-the-hell out of me - one person has one … Comments like this annoy-the-hell out of me - one person has one experience and makes a statement which is not only sweeping but legally actionable - it's all "wah wah wah MY DUMMY" stuff and it's tiring.I've used loads of TP Link kit - most has been fine, a few have failed - they've all been replaced without question.So, basically, they're as good as anything else - in a nutshell.



Bring on the legal action bitches.
Great price... Ordered mine now. Have been looking for a good replacement to my netgear non-wifi power line kit
Bought this exact set from Tesco last Thursday for £60! I always miss the deals!

It works well, was more difficult to set up than the box would lead you to believe, the Wi-Fi clone function didn't work with the WPS function on my Virgin Broadband Superhub 2 so had to set it up the wi-fi extender manually. Once that was done it works fine. Heat added.
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    Through our main menu you can navigate to certain categories or shops you are interested in.

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