Saw something similar to this one about a year ago from Edimax and it was a cool way to extend WiFi range within the house or building. This one is even simpler and cheaper — a Wireless-N WiFi Repeater that plugs directly into the wall socket.
What it basically does is extend the range of your WiFi at home. So it picks up the existing WiFi you currently have and then boosts it further to the corners of the house or building.
The device also has a single standard LAN port to share internet over the wires. This is especially useful for me because I use WiFi around the house, including the desktop PCs, and whenever I need to have a wired connection (my HDX 1000 media player needs to be plugged via LAN), I just plug the wireless repeater near the device and hook it up to the net work via the LAN port.
This one’s very easy to set up and is almost plug-and-play. You manage the device via Web Admin (local IP) and go thru the wizard and in 2 clicks, you’re done. It support encrypted networks, can do up to 300Mbps transfers and can either clone the original access point (AP) to make its own distinct one.
This one is being sold for Php2,180 over at Sulit. See the listing here.
Disclosure: The Sulit seller provided us with this test unit.