The OEM Wi-Fi router isn’t as powerful as some expensive routers out there. They usually offer bare minimum range to cover the nearby areas in your house resulting in too many Wi-Fi dead zones.
The Wi-Fi dead zones are usually referred to as the locations or areas where the Wi-Fi signal is too weak to offer a decent speed or there’s no coverall at all.
As a remedy, most people suggest going for a better router with wider coverage range. But, that will not only cost more, it won’t guarantee that the problem will be solved. A better and cheaper alternative is to buy a couple of Wi-Fi extenders and use them to boost the Wi-Fi signal strength from the same router.
So, if you are looking to buy a good WI-Fi extender, then TP-Link AC750 Wi-Fi Extender is currently selling at a flat discount of $15. After the discount, the price of the extender drops from $34.99 to $19.99 which is a steal.
You can even get it for free upon approval of Amazon Rewards Visa card.
The TP-Link Wi-Fi extender claims to boost the Wi-Fi coverage by up to 1200 square feet and can connect up to 20 devices. The extender supports both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands and is capable of handling speeds up to 433Mbps.
The extender is also compatible with wide range of operating systems including Microsoft Windows 98SE, NT, 2000, XP, Vista or Windows 7, 8, 10, Mac OS, NetWare, UNIX or Linux
In addition to that, it also comes with OneMesh technology for better coverage.