Get your hands on this TP-Link AC750 Wi-Fi extender and extend the capability and reliability of your Wi-Fi network for just $26.99.

This product is actually quite simple in nature in the fact that it is designed to boost your Wi-Fi coverage in your property by up to 1,200 square-feet. At the same time, it is also capable of having up to 20 devices connected to it at any given time without the performance degrading. With that in mind, it’s perfect for small-to-medium homes and should definitely assist in eliminating dead zones.

It comes with an extremely simple setup process that takes just a few taps and should be compatible with 2.4GHz and 5GHz access points, Wi-Fi routers, and gateways. If you happen to have the Archer A7 router, then you will also benefit from the existence of OneMesh technology that enables the creation of a mesh network in your home for seamless roaming around the property. TP-Link is promising support for more devices in the near future.

One thing to keep in mind is that this type of product is not intended to increase Wi-Fi speed. It can’t give you something that your ISP isn’t providing. It’s designed to increase or improve Wi-Fi coverage and in some cases, it can improve signal throughput but that isn’t a given. So, keep that in mind when opting to purchase this hardware.

For ease-of-use, you will also get access to the TP-Link Tether app for Android and iOS that will improve the setup process and hopefully remove any problems. The app is also where you can create schedules and manage your network.

If you have patchy or somewhat unreliable Wi-Fi in your property, then your first port-of-call could be this extender to improve things. For a lot of people, a product like this simply eradicates the problem. Grab it now for just $26.99 without any discount codes or coupons needed.

Buy: TP-Link AC750 WiFi Extender from Amazon: $26.99 | Original price: $35

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