I love my Mac Mini 2012!! But I just got a USB3 external hard drive, and when it's connected to the Mini it really kills my Mini's WiFi connection. Even Apple acknowledge this problem, though it kinda sucks that this problem exists!! But better to just find a workaround, no?! (Firstly I should mention that the router I get my connection from is not accessible to me physically. I *can* access it's admin page, though.) My idea is to use another router to receive the wireless signal from the original router and then pass that signal onto my Mini over ethernet. Further to that, could I also use the new router to re-broadcast the Wifi connection? (sometimes things like mobile phones have difficulty keeping a connection with the original router cos it's just too far away) Kind of a "two birds with one stone" question here, then. TL;DR - USB3 kills my wifi. Is there a device I can buy which can receive the wifi internet and pass it on to my Mac over ethernet, while simultaneously re-broadcating the wifi signal that it picks up. Thanks!