Summary: I tested these with one unit plugged into the wall by my router in my basement and then moved the other unit to different outlets upstairs connecting to my desktop. One outlet allowed only 10-12 Mbps; another, only three feet away but on another wall, allowed for as much bandwidth as my Internet...
Pros: Cheap, easy setup, throughput seemed to be very good
Cons: Dropped connection two to three times every session when trying to stream music or video. No response from vendor for support, so these had to be returned.
Pros: I have the same model which I bought 1-2 yrs back. They have all green lights. The new one I added directly to my router and it still is giving red light means ok connection. My old one gives all green right in both of the adapters.
Cons: Does not work as my old one. Something wrong with this unit.
Summary: need longer time with this to see if any dropouts that are bothersome with av200 first gen products
Pros: grabbed this on sale. needed an upgrade over an first gen Rosewill powerline adapter. this d-link is smaller, speedier and runs cooler. no software to install a worthwhile budget upgrade for tweny dollars. about a 1 mbps increase over av200
Cons: not pass through. those come in handy there are so many device nowadays
Pros: I had my doubts. I have a printer on the 2nd story room wanted to get it on the network, but I didn't; want to run a line up there or buy a new printer. I did all of the things they recommended against, had it plugged into a power strip, different circuits etc, but it works great! Plugged into a ...
Cons: No clue on speed. Don't care. It's a printer. 10min job.
Summary: Great Product. I can see myself purchasing more of these in the future.
Pros: Bought to extend our network to another building and works great. The outlets aren't even on the same breaker and they still connected up no problem. Performance so far is honestly better then I had expected.
Summary: Really is a neat product and a great solution for poor wifi. I've got Verizion FIOS and they make it difficult to use your own wireless router. Can't drill holes in the floor/wall in the rental, so ethernet over power is a great intern solution.
Pros: Easy to setup and use, works right out of the box.
Cons: After connection strength about 6-8 months of use the connection strength keeps dying on me. It was consistently "green" for the first 6 months but over the past couple of months the connection strength always degrades down to "red" on one end, sometimes both, after a few hours to a few days. Thi...
Summary: I synced and encrypted them up in the same room. Kept one downstairs and hooked it into my R7000 wireless router. Took the other one upstairs and it (supposedly) connected just fine with a green light. However, I couldn't get my desktop or my laptop to pull an IP address using this product.