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 (opens in new tab) 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.

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TP-Link AV1300 Powerline Wi-Fi extender (opens in new tab)

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 (opens in new tab).

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  • I actually just bought this very kit yesterday and installed it today. Well, it's the same kit according to the model number but what I have looks different to the pictures here and on Amazon. I'm in Australia but the link took me to The kit I have has power pass-through on both the adapter and extender units, which was just as well because they're quite big and both render the power outlet beside them unusable. Also, my extender doesn't have external antennae. That doesn't seem to hurt the signal strength though. The one issue I did have was that it refused to sync the SSIDs and passwords with my router via WPS. It was easy enough to change them manually via the companion app on my phone though. The units in my kit are bigger than I expected based on pictures I'd seen and I suspect that those in this picture would be too. Other than that, I'm very pleased with my investment.
  • Looks like the units available in the US and Australia are a bit different. The Australian TL-WPA8639P: supports AV1300 (1300 Mbps over powerline) and AC1350 (1350 Mbps combined WiFi speed) while the US model with the same code: supports AV1200 and AC1200. Both support power pass-through, which is the last P in the product code. The US TL-WPA8630: is the one linked in the article and supports the same speeds as the Australian one but without the power passthrough. All three have three gigabit ports on the extender module.