If your home wireless network has a few dead spots, the cheapest option to extend your connectivity may be a powerline adapter.
All you have to do is attach one half of the kit to your router and plug it into a nearby AC outlet. Then, the second half of the unit can plug into any other outlet in your house, and provide you with a pair of live ethernet ports. In between, all the 1’s and 0’s are transmitted over your home’s existing electrical wiring. It’s so easy, it seems like cheating. [TP-LINK TL-PA4026 KIT AV500 2-port Powerline Starter Kit, $35 after $10 coupon]
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