Posted 24 December 2015 - 08:33 AM
Well, for the router you'd probably have to connect it to the modem via a cable, whereas the range extender would probably just use the existing WiFi for its own connection (although it may be possible to also connect it via cable). Personally I would go for connecting it via a cable if possible, and would therefore choose a router.
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