Amazon offers the TP-Link N300 802.11N Wi-Fi Range Extender for $13.99 Prime shipped when clipping the on-page coupon. Having just fallen from $20, today’s offer saves you 30%, is $2 under our previous mention and the best we’ve seen in over two years. TP-Link’s range extender is a budget friendly option for giving your home Wi-Fi a boost. It expands the range thanks to the two built-in antennas and offers up to 300Mbps network speeds. With over 18,000 customers having left a review, it carries a 3.8/5 star rating. Head below more!
Update 7/12 @ 4:35 PM: Amazon offers the ASUS Google WiFi OnHub 802.11ac Router for $79.99 shipped. That’s good for a $20 discount from the going rate, comes within $1 of our previous price drop and is the second best price we’ve seen all-time. While it’s produced by ASUS, the OnHub router integrates with Google WiFi. That brings up to 2,500 square feet of coverage to your home with speeds capping out around 1,900 Mbps. The OnHub is a great alternative to Google’s in-house Mesh system, if you’re in search of a more cost-effective solution. Rated 4.2/5 stars from over 430 shoppers.
A great way to make use of your savings is to pick up some extra Ethernet cable. Monoprice’s Slimrun Cat6A cable is one of our favorite options, with a five-pack starting under $13 at Amazon. While the N300 will wirelessly expand your setup, these cables will do the same for your hardwired connections.
TP-Link N300 802.11N Wi-Fi Range Extender features:
- Boost your Wi-Fi network for stronger wireless performance and coverage
- Easily expand wireless coverage at a push of the range extender button
- Works with any Wi-Fi router or wireless access point. Frequency: 2. 42. 4835GHz, Comparable to NETGEAR N300 Wi-Fi range extender (EX2700)
- Two external antennas for faster and more reliable Wi-Fi system