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Working from home has its benefits (snacks! naps!). But it can also be a drag, especially when your Wi-Fi network doesn’t reach the far corners of your space. However, this Prime Day deal not only saves you 50 percent, but it also saves your Wi-Fi situation.
Right now, the TP-Link Omada N300 Wi-Fi Access Point, which creates an extended and outdoor Wi-Fi network, is on sale for just $30 at Amazon.
Originally priced at $60, the TP-Link Omada N300 is not your typical Wi-Fi extender. It’s specifically designed to give you a better Wi-Fi signal outside. Basically, it’s a physical extension of your internet modem—instead of a Wi-Fi signal repeat.
Simply connect your modem to the access point via ethernet. This little guy can cover up to 656 feet (200 meters) with speeds up to 300Mbps.
“This thing is amazing,” wrote a satisfied Amazon shopper. “I use it on a spread-out wildland fire base in Alaska where we have multiple cabins in a wooded area. This provides Wi-Fi to just about everyone. The distance that this can throw a signal is impressive. I get near full signal several hundred feet away.”
Stands up to extreme weather
Since it’s made for outdoor use, the Wi-Fi access point withstands all sorts of harsh elements, year-round.
“Have had it outside in rain storms, wind storms and snow storms. Has not stopped working and has fantastic range. Highly recommend for outdoor Wi-Fi range extension,” shared a five-star reviewer.
At 50 percent off, this TP-Link Omada N300 Wi-Fi Access Point is ideal for anyone who wants a strong, fast and reliable internet connection in the backyard, patio or garden. It’s also great for small business owners to get wider Wi-Fi strength in outdoor seating areas.
“Excellent option for discretely creating an outdoor wireless access point. Painted it to color match our log cabin and blends in perfectly. Once installed, setup is quite simple when using a PC,” added another satisfied Amazon shopper. “It also broadcasts quite some distance...I still pick up its signal with two signal strength bars 300 feet away through the dense woods in front of our house. When in the open I still have one to two bars of signal strength about 550 to 600 feet from the device.”
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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