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Today might seem like a strange day to be talking about deals on WiFi equipment. But once all your gadgets receive the latest security patches, it should be safe to connect to WiFi gear again… and when you do, you might be reminded that the WiFi router in your office has a hard time sending signals all the way down to your basement.

You could buy one of those newfangled mesh WiFi router systems… or you could just spend $20 on a WiFi range extender. Amazon is selling an 802.11ac model with AC750 speeds for $20 today, which is one of the best prices I’ve seen.

I’m currently using an 802.11n range extender in my basement, where it helps me stream Netflix on an Amazon Fire TV Stick. It works well… but at this price, I’m still tempted to upgrade.

Anyway, here are some of the day’s best deals.

PC, phone, and networking accessories


Audio and video

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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One reply on “Deals of the Day (10-16-2017)”

  1. I hadn’t thought about range extenders. Are they going to need updates too?

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