So my internet connection is always bad in my room on all my other devices (my iPhone, raspberry pi NAS, old laptops, etc.), but for some reason, my main laptop (Blade 14) can get really good speeds. I average less than 10mbps on my phone and my other devices and even a Wi-Fi extender I placed in my room, but my laptop can get upwards of 150mbps. I find it really weird that it's outperforming a Wi-Fi extender I have placed in my room (TP-LInk AC750-RE230) since that's averaging less than 10mbps too and my laptop is getting nearly 15x that. My laptop uses Intel's Wi-Fi 6E AX210 (160MHz) and my first thought was that it's something to do with Wi-Fi 6/6E, but shortly realized that my router doesn't even support Wi-Fi 6/6E. How is it outperforming my Wi-Fi extender (or is my extender just really bad? it's not like I have it placed in an enclosed space in my room either), and would it make sense to build a mini-PC (like an Intel NUC?) as a Wi-Fi extender/point with Intel's Wi-FI 6E AX210 chip inside? It's fairly cheap at just around $24 and surprisingly costs less than the Wi-Fi extender I paid for (though I would have to spend another $150 or so on a Celeron NUC or something).