Summary: For me it didn't work as well as I thought it would and I wasn't very impressed. It could've been my router but I just switched back to using Ethernet cables. It is cheaper than the Microsoft ones tho which is a plus.
Summary: Well the price is much cheaper than the Xbox wireless N adapter, so I'm willing to put up with a few problems. I live on a really lousy power grid, and when the power went down, I had to redo the installation. That was a pain because I couldn't do the regular setup like I should have been able to. Manual setup is a pain, but fairly easy to follow. When it is connected it seems fairly fast and has good signal strength. Overall, good value for the money.
Pros: Cheap, Effective, Fairly simple setup.
Cons: Had a problem and had to redo the setup. Hope that doesn't happen every time we get a power problem
Summary: I purchased the WEP-647GA to provide better than 802.11g speeds for my Playstation 3. This is the intended use of the product from the description. In actuality, from the start I had to restart the device every time I started up the PS3 in order to get an address from DHCP. Sometimes I had to restart the device and re-do the WPS (automatic setup of the wireless connection).
Pros: Easy to setup, looks good, works well with a desktop/laptop, Supports WPS
Cons: Doesn't work properly with a PS3, Poor service from TrendNet Tech support
Summary: The rating is for the item. If there was a rating for the service/shipping/handling of conflict resolution, it would be a zero. I ordered this adapter, with express shipping, to put in an upstairs bonus room on the opposite end of my home for my kids to play their numerous gaming systems. Hence the 4-port switch. What I ordered was not what I got. I got the gaming adapter WITHOUT the 4-port switch.