$20 OFF YOUR PURCHASE OF $100 OR MORE when you use Visa Checkout*
More Featured Brands
Experience the newest tech from Samsung.
In a Best Buy or Best Buy Mobile Mall
*Excludes business, corporate, and government plans. Some conditions and exclusions apply
Find a store
Never run out of ink with an HP Instant Ink Subscription
THE XBOX ONE S
All the essentials to get you and baby started right
CARRY A STATEMENT
We carry handbags by top brands.You should too.
Update your space for less
Great deals on a huge selection of stylish furniture.
SAVE 10% when you pre-order select S.T.E.M Toys
Bonus pages of DEALS you won't find in print!
All today’s DEALS, right here
Hot clearout DEALS are going fast
DEALS delivered to your inbox - never miss out
We take care of the tech you rely on everyday.
Expert Setup & Support 24/7/365.
(366 in leap years)
When you want to enjoy the Internet at home, creating a network is a cinch. We’ve got routers, range extenders, powerline adapters, wireless USB adapters, and more that will help you build the ultimate home network so you can share the connection with every device in your home.
To get a fast and solid Internet connection into any room in your home, a powerline adapter does the trick. You just plug one adapter into an AC outlet and connect it to your modem or router and then another in the room that needs a connection – it uses your home’s electrical wiring to deliver blazing-fast network speeds making it perfect for basic or bandwidth-heavy tasks like gaming or streaming HD videos.
If you’ve got a wireless router set up in your home, but you’re finding that some areas in the house have a weak signal, a range extender might be what you need. These devices connect to a power source and should be set up in a spot that’s halfway between your router and the area where you’re trying to get a better signal. The extender will pick up your router’s signal and extend your range into other areas of your home.
Building a wired or wireless network in your home can be a snap, as long as you’ve got the right tools. A wired or wireless router and modem will help you create a solid Internet connection with help from your service provider, while a USB adapter can give your non-WiFi devices the power to access that network.
More to Explore
SAVE UP TO $1500 on kitchen packages
Petcube and Petcube Bites now on Kickstarter
SAVE UP TO 50% on selectoffice furniture
Canada's online destination for backpacks - Over 500 styles to choose from