If you’ve got thick walls or suffer from interference, the Devolo Magic 2 WiFi next uses Powerline to give you wireless where you need it.
Most Wi-Fi extenders work by retransmitting the radio signal from your router. This is fine, but if your house is large or has thick stone walls then you might need to take a different approach. The Devolo Magic 2 WiFi next sends data over your mains electricity circuit, rather than through the air.
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