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I looked at the bestselling extenders on Amazon and every other extender listed on the websites of the major network device manufacturers: Amped Wireless, Asus, Belkin, D-Link, Linksys, Netgear, TP-Link, and Trendnet.
Then, for the most recent update, I spent a week testing 13 Wi-Fi extenders across two locations in my house and assessing the features of our four finalists.
If your router needs help getting the Wi-Fi signal to part of your house or apartment, give it a boost with the TP-Link AC1750 Wi-Fi Range Extender RE450.
After spending 140 total hours researching Wi-Fi extenders and testing more than 20 over the past year and a half, we’ve decided that the RE450 is our new recommendation for most people.
If you’ve tried the first three options and can’t (or don’t want to) try the fourth, a wireless extender can help you get a good Wi-Fi connection in places you couldn’t before.
The device is huge for a wall-plug extender but easier to find a place for in comparison with a bulky, boxy extender.
And the giant signal-strength LED helps you figure out the best location for the extender, which is way better than just winging it.
In all of our recent wireless tests, the TP-Link RE450 was faster than all 12 other extenders, including our previous pick, the Netgear EX6200.
Even though the RE450 is one of the most expensive extenders we considered, it’s worth the price, with a better performance-per-dollar ratio than any other extender we tested.
It offers the best combination of range, speed, portability, and physical connections of any extender we tested.