Dead spots suck. When WiFi first appeared they promised us massive range, no problems with obstructions and all sorts of impressive speed stuff. But the fact is WiFi signals are fussier than your Aunt Dolly on a hot day in July; a single flimsy partition wall is enough to stop the signal dead, which can be really annoying if all you want to do is kick back next door and watch some YouTube on your tablet in peace.
The Wall Powered Wireless Signal Repeater aims to fix all that. Just plug it into the nearest wall power socket and the internal antenna will enhance and rejuvenate your WiFi signal for some seriously extended range. The unit also accepts a cable connection and can act as a standard Access Point, which is useful if you want to provide connectivity between multiple remote floors and have CAT5 sockets installed throughout the building. The device is priced at $24.49/£15.65 and comes with a network cable and instruction manual.