Excerpt: Performs as advertised. Got rid of the ethernet cable I was running down my stairs. Up and operating in about 5 min. Saves drilling holes in your walls. Seem to be a tiny warm. Advanced security settings a tiny confusing. You may well have to experiment with which outlet you use.
Excerpt: Got the job carried out with no hassle, and worked appropriate out of the box. The lights can get annoying if the unit is visible; Fortunately, you can disable them.Efficiency lowered with distance.Works finest if you can utilize the entire wall socket, which wastes a power plug.
Excerpt: So a lot far more reliable than frustratingly unreliable wireless-n. Easiest network setup eeevvvveeeerrrr. N/A I have these suckers running to my Samsung BD-P3600 and it's been a fantastic encounter, all content material is in highest image quality.
Excerpt: -Effortless to setup-Functions with no difficulties-Very good variety, my son makes use of it in the upstairs area to play XBox with no problems-Streams motion pictures to XBox with not trouble or buffering -One particular ethernet port. I had a prior model Mbps) that had four.
Excerpt: I was hesitant toward using this in an old house as a replacement for ethernet cable, but I was pleased to find that it operates just perfectly. If there is one more set of NETGEAR Powerline adapters currently becoming employed in the residence, plugging in a second set tends to make all of them...
Excerpt: The setup could not be less difficult. Security buttons on the side make it a snap to setup an AES encryption crucial. No drivers required. CD only necessary for setting up excellent of service and advanced attributes, but the CD is still not a driver; it only provides you the configuration...
Excerpt: Excellent - works as advertised and consistently provides > 50 Mbps which permits me to stream HD content material to my SageTV HDTheater box upstairs. Audible low-frequency clicking which occurs in tandem with the green network visitors light can be heard by means of my Logitech speakers.
Excerpt: Quite easy to setup. Preety slow. I live in a two bedroom apartments, from the living room to bedroom, I get 4MB/s max which is around 28 Mbits/s or 25% of maximum speed advertised. It is still far better than my 11g wireless which can\'t go above 1.5MB/s
Excerpt: The technology train we all will manage to jump on to at some point in our lives is getting faster and faster and faster. No matter what product we think is the best or top of the range, is, weirdly enough, obsolete by the time we take to the counter.
Pros: Effortless set up, Secure connection, Fast and reliable . Superb customer service
Cons: Short ethernet cable, expencive at the moment .