Excerpt: Good substitute from having somebody to drill inside the walls of your home. I can get fairly fantastic speeds with checking e mail, downloading little files and undertaking most activity. My intended use was to stream HD films and this performed really poorly.
Excerpt: Performs excellent if you have all the very same model versions. I have been using my old ones for more than a year with no hassles or concerns whatsoever, just plugged them in and they worked. Consistently get about 70-80 Mb/s between two rooms on various floors, a lot more than enough for the video streaming that I am working with them for (feeding content material from my Computer disk server downstairs to the popcorn hour in my room).
Excerpt: Effortless to install. Plugged each in and they connected to every single other inside 20 seconds. Throughput was too low for my use. I wanted to extend the network to a new HTPC. The throughput was on 28Mbps. I tried unique locations in the residence and the ideal throughput was 43Mbps and that was with both units in the very same room on the similar circuit.
Excerpt: - Uncomplicated to setup- When you can get superior speeds, it is faster than wireless- Built in encryption is nice- Really cool idea - Really picky about what outlets you pick- Even if the light is "green" you nevertheless aren't guaranteed very good transfer speeds. I was seeing as low as 35Mbps with the green light. I wanted to extend my existing household network to my new house workplace. My workplace is up a floor and at the other finish of my property.
Excerpt: I truly wanted to like these and use these Powerline adapters but have quite mixed feelings in the end. I have my cable modem on the 2nd floor and various PCs and devices about the residence that until now are connected to a wireless G access point. I had hoped to EITHER add an access point closer to the "middle" of my household OR connect my basement workplace via the powerline adapters to the router upstairs.
Excerpt: Did what it mentioned, connected my computer system downstairs to my router upstairs. Was slow Transferred just a hair quicker than my wireless-g network, about 2.7MB/s (Bytes, not bits) opposed to 2.four on wireless. In the same room upstairs, it transferred at 6.7MB/s. I have a home built in 2007.