If you find that your Wi-Fi network is struggling to reach parts of your home or office, rather than trailing Ethernet cables (which can look messy), or buy a Wi-Fi extender, which can still suffer from thick walls and floors, you can use a powerline adaptor.
They are incredibly easy to install - just plug one into a power socket by your router or modem, and connect it via an Ethernet cable.
You can add more adaptors throughout the building, and their network speeds are much faster than Wi-Fi, and thick walls and floors won't affect them.
Some Wi-Fi adaptors also include Wi-Fi antennae for bringing wireless networks into difficult to reach parts of a building.
There's a large range of power line adaptors available to buy, so to help you we've created this list of the very best power line adaptors.
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