Amazon knocks $10 off the TP-Link AC750, but just for today

The TP-Link AC750

As part of its Deals program, Amazon has knocked $10 dollars off the TP-Link AC750 Wi-Fi range extender so that it costs just $19.99 as opposed to $29.99 (33% off). If you have a home where the Wi-Fi doesn’t cover the whole premises, plugging in a Wi-Fi extender such as the TP-Link AC750 can help resolve this issue. As more of us begin using smart devices around the home, having a stable internet connection in each room is vital.

The TP-Link AC750 works with any standard router or gateway and supports dual-band speeds of up to 750 Mbps making it ideal for streaming high definition video and providing a steady experience for those times when you want to play games online. It’s compatible with 802.11b/g/n and 802.11AC Wi-Fi devices but not the newer Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) which was only approved in February this year.

One of the interesting features of this Wi-Fi extender is the Smart Signal Indicator which will help you find the best spot in your home for optimal Wi-Fi coverage. Once you’ve found the ideal location, TP-Link promises that the initial setup process is easy. The device can be flexibly moved to other locations too.

If any of your devices require a wired connection but are far away from your router, there’s an Ethernet port on the TP-Link AC750 which can be used to deliver a wired connection to your devices. This is useful for any hardware you have that doesn’t have Wi-Fi built-in.

If you do find you’re stuck while setting up the product, TP-Link offers 2-year unlimited free 24/7 technical support. It’s also covered with a 2-year warranty by TP-Link if anything goes wrong and will allow you to return the product within 30 days if it’s dead on arrival, damaged, or is still unopened.

The deal is currently only available in the United States.

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