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Don’t buy a new WiFi router, use this gadget to turbocharge the one you already have

Okay seriously, this is just brilliant. Your home Wi-Fi router is just a few years old and yet it's already out of date. Newer standards offer much faster internet speeds, and speed is the name of the game when it comes to your home internet service. But do you really want to cough up more case for a new wireless AC router when you just bought a Wi-Fi router a few years ago.
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