Connect from across the house with TP-Link's Powerline Wi-Fi extender on sale for $100

The TP-Link AV1300 Powerline Wi-Fi extender is down to $99.99 on Amazon. The last time it dropped this low was way back in March. It normally sells for around $120.

TP-Link AV1300 Powerline Wi-Fi extender

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The adapter requires no additional hardware or configurations. It's just plug-and-play, so plug it in and go.

This is a plug-and-play adapter that provides up to 1300 Mbps Ethernet through your power outlets. You can also use it for dual band 1350 Mbps Wi-Fi. If you need to get a stronger connection to your router but you're separated by walls, this is how to do it. You can plug into the adapte rwith the Gigabit Ethernet port for a hardwired connection. It also helps reduce power consumption. Users give it 4.1 stars based on 843 reviews.

John Levite
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