Global Statistics

All countries
194,372,584
Confirmed
Updated on 25/07/2021 2:44 am
All countries
174,729,542
Recovered
Updated on 25/07/2021 2:44 am
All countries
4,167,937
Deaths
Updated on 25/07/2021 2:44 am

Global Statistics

All countries
194,372,584
Confirmed
Updated on 25/07/2021 2:44 am
All countries
174,729,542
Recovered
Updated on 25/07/2021 2:44 am
All countries
4,167,937
Deaths
Updated on 25/07/2021 2:44 am

Prime Day Deal: Get Our Best Value Wi-Fi Extender For Under $ 23

Ry Crist / CNET

This story is part of Amazon Prime Day 2021, CNET’s guide to everything you need to know and how to make sure you get the best deal.

Is there a place in your house where your FaceTime calls stutter, your movies are buffered, and the little Wi-Fi icon in the corner of your screen has most of the bars grayed out? Whether it’s in your bedroom or by your favorite chair, Wi-Fi dead zones always seem to appear in the most inconvenient places. Yes, you could invest in a fancy new mesh Wi-Fi system – but that will cost you over $ 170 or more, just to get started.

Fortunately, there is a cheaper solution and, as Prime Day is coming, is under $ 23. The Wi-Fi extender TP-Link RE 220Reliability and ease of use earned it the distinction of Best Value Extender of 2021 from CNET’s Senior Device Editor Ry Crist, who called it “a real bargain”. And that was prior to Amazon dropped the price this low for Prime Day. This extender generally costs around $ 30, but by purchasing it during this sale and clipping the digital coupon listed below the price, you can save more than $ 7.

The RE 220 extends your WiFi range to a spacious 1,200 square feet, covering multiple rooms and floors. Finding the perfect spot for your extender usually involves a lot of trial and error, but the RE 220 makes it simple – a green light alerts you when you’ve found a good one. Plus, the little white device is so compact that you can plug it into one half of a duplex outlet without blocking the other half.

The extender comes with an app that provides an extra layer of customization, allowing you to turn Wi-Fi on and off at scheduled times (so you can limit your kids’ screen time) and control which devices connect (so they can protect neighbors in tow).

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